Citalopram

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is it normal to still get the feeling of Nasaua when been on citalopram for 6 weeks. X

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    Hi Samantha

    I'm on week 4 and still getting nausea too mainly in the mornings, but sometimes I get it all day and can't eat anything. I've been told that it is one of the last side effects to subside and could take a few months. I think the meds work differently for everyone.

    Hope your feeling better soon

    June x

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      Hi June, I have found that if I eat I feel better and the nausea feeling goes away. I know it easier said than done. I have never gotten sick so I eat through the feeling if that makes sense. Stay strong !!
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      Hi,

      I know what you mean it's so hard going through all these symptoms. One day I feel ok then the next day feel ill again. Hopefully things will settle soon.

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    Thank you for your replies. I have so many side effects. Symptoms it driving me mad thinking I have other things wrong. Back and forth to my doctors. 🙁 X
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      Hi Samantha,

      I know how you feel I'm doing exactly the same if it wasn't for this forum I would have gone mad. My doctor did t explain anything to me about the medication, he just handed me the prescription and told me to come back in 3 weeks.

      This forum is so helpful and people here are in the same position, so able to help you.

      Best wishes

      June

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