increase too much?

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Hi guys,

So I have been on citalopram for almost 5 months now. 10th for 10 weeks and 20mg for the rest. The past while I have felt the 20mg is too much. My muscles seem unable to relax and I feel like I'm in a constant fog.

Does anyone think the 20mg could be too much for my system??

Thanks x x

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    Hi yommymommy

    It's my 15th week and last week I thought I was their then this week it's all come back it so frustrating have u had any good days ? I feel like I'm in a fog at times as well but it's the intrusive/negative thoughts that's my main problem what's your doctor say?

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      Hi Don...

      Yeah of have good days in terms of feeling happy...but the anxiety always seems to be there under the surface...it just doing bother me as much.

      I have intrusive thoughts too...but I am managing them better x

      I have only started feeling like this the past little while...so last time I spoke with my Doc I had only been on the increase 4 weeks so put it down to my body still adjusting...it's been 6 weeks now and it's getting annoying. X x

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      Hi yommy, I'm on week 22 of 20 CIT. I just started feeling good for days on end about 2wks ago. This med takes it sweet time and will through you a slight curve now and then but for me nothing I can't brush off. As others have posted stay we it time and perseverance will overcome. Stay busy keep your mind occupied and all of a sudden you'll realize "hey I'm good ".

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