fluoxetine, side effects, feel strange

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Iv now been on fluoxetine 4weeks 2days and I'm seeing everyone improvement mainly in concentration and things seems more real but I feel really fake like I'm wide awake in a drugged way but my body is sluggish. Anyone understand this?x

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    i do understand rachel 62244, 

    I was just thinking the same thing todAY

    i can barley handle  the feeling, yet I dont know what to do

    my psch. wants me to tyr to stick this out,,,,16 wks at 10 mgstarting and 15mg off and on,,,,

    I am so very sorry , I am hoping things turn around for you !!  

    Im so sorry !  hope fully things will get better for you!!  

    were you on any other antidepressants before?  I m sorry if you already addressed this ...my memory is not good nor my naviagtion skills with the BI

    Kepping you close

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      I was on sertraline a year ago for 5yrs after the birth of my son. How long u been on flu? I'm on 20mg and then feel better then on nothing but I don't feel like me I feel drugged first was a sleepy tired way now its like I'm a zombie with wide open eyes. I just want to feel normal sad and soon x 
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      oh rachel

      i am so sorry......i am feelling the exact same way now....but I must say, i felt very well for 10yrs on flu. afeter my miscarriage, and then after the birth of my youngest....i was on 20 mg flu and 150 xr wellbutrin.......but now my chemitry hs chsngedin my brain bc of af Bi  ,,,,,i sm hoping someone on htis site will message you with the same experience youare having and give you good thoughts and suggestions!  I am hoping that if you can make it to the 8 week or 12 week that you wikk have all of this behind you!!!!  I am here for you!!!  

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