Just had my dose upped?

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Hi all been on Sertline for 5 weeks now and my dose has been upped now as off today from 50 to 100mg, she said I was on a very low dose and wanted me to try a higher dose, I asked if this would implement anything on me I was no told no. I do hope I'm going to be ok? I explained about a few issues I had going on and thinks its anxioty I'm suffering from I have never experienced this I'm 476 and up until 10 months ago I was well ok, but telling the doctor about my chances in my body I'm finding out I'm Premanausable!!!!. What I want to know is upping my dose will in be ok will I b the same? Will I get more side effects I did ask the doctor this and she said no patient has got back to her with any side effects?!. Anxioty I'm going to have to look up not had this before. Any advice please?!!.

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    I'm 46 NOT 476!!!!!!!! 
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      I did think that was a bit old! Lol I was on 50mg for a few weeks then up to 75mg. They said to me to go on 100mg but said I might get side affects again so I went on 75mg. Been on that for 6weeks now I do feel better but still 100%. Good luck xx
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      Minicoop32 Thankyou for getting back to me!!!!!!!!!. I was just curios although I have been on Sertline for 5 weeks I was just curios if I would be getting any side effects? Think it's very daunting when u r unaware of somthing new. Or in my case going higher??!!.  Ru affraid to go higher? I just thought yeh go for it !!!!!!....... So I' ll have to see!.
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    Well done for going for it. Yeah I am a bit scared to go higher but I will if I have to. The chances r if u didn't have any side affectes in the beginning then I doubt u will now but u can never tell on these meds!  Let me no how u get on xx

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