Day 15 of celexa

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in the mornings i feel so nauseated, i dont have a lot of energy , once i get to work i am feeling little better but still nauseated and no appitite. but seems mid morning and rest of the day I feel better. is this getting better? like i said i took this medicine before but dont remember being nauseated with it.

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    I'm on day 12 and feel exactly the same way as you. Mornings are terrible but by evening feel almost normal! I have no appetite throughout the day but by evening I can eat. All of this is a side effect of the medication and will get better after a couple of weeks depending on each person. My doctor says 11 days and I am on day 12 today and I've had a morning free of heaving and panicking! Not perfect but much better. Stick with it and I hope you start feeling better and everyone is different, it might just be taking your body a few extra days of worsening symptoms before you will start to improve x

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      it is so reassuring having someone who feels the same way. I stay so nauseated. hoping feeling better each day earlier and earlier are signs the medicine is working

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      only yesterday my appetite started to come back and that was day 11. ive lost 2 stone since i started with this anxiety in November! still not hungry in the mornings but by mid afternoon its starting to come back xx

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    I was exactly the same I hardly ate a thing for the first few weeks and lost quite a bit of weight. The nausea started to ease after around 3-4 weeks. It really is tough but it is still early days. Hang in there it will get easier. Good luck x

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