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Does anyonevelse just feel uneasy all the time like ur on edge n anxious for no reason? My head also feels wierd like as if my brain is flipping n my Chesters a flutter, I feel uncomfortable in my own head n just wish for each day to b over sad ive been on 20mg cit nearly 4wks now x

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     Dizzydoll,

    i am currently going through this. I have been on Cit for about 3 weeks now. I have episodes where I feel like my brain does not belong to me and I am going crazy. As I am sitting here typing I feel like I am in a dream. I also have been very dizzy and lost my appetite. I woke up Monday morning and almost went to the ER because I finally thought I was going mad and had brain cancer. I hear it gets better though. The mind is a powerful thing and need to let the medication do its job. 

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      Sorry ur having a difficult time too yadeed sad it's a horrible illness I just thought by now I wouldn't b feeling quite so crazy x
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      I didn't think it would last this long either. It's really starting to bother me. I just want to lay in bed all day and not do anything. I have a doctors appointment today so hopefully will get more figured out. 
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    Yes I still get what you are feeling now and again but I find boredom is a big trigger of what I feel sometimes start over thinking and feel like I'm going crazy 
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      Boredom plays a huge part of it. It's a struggle because you don't feel well enough to go do anything but it will make you feel better. I find if I occupy my mind with playing games on my ipad I feel great. The moment I put them down I start thinking of it again and it all comes back. 
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