mirt affecting me in ways i never new

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so i had one mirt tablet last night and tonight i miss one again in the alternate days of taking them and my body is not happy im shakey my whole body is tingling fuzy head feeling sick going loo every 5 through the eye of a needle not that anyone wants to no that but true all the same cant concentrate no energy what more is this drug going to throw at me so having a slow day today not up to much dare not go far as i dont no what will happen next hope im never put on it ever ever again

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    I have heard alternating days makes withdrawal much worse. What dose are you on ?

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      hi sarah24378 im also on alternative days at this point ive lost my s**t yet again at my teen son dont no which ways up had to get my daughter out to help me tonight and burst into tears i can honestly say i never in my life felt so out of control so angry one minuet and full on sobbing the next there should be a warning on these tablets and from the gp's as well im not even sure how i will be from day to day any more but i will be transitioning over to my old tabs floxetinein a few days starting with alternative days then by 1st next month back on flox perm so god only knows how i will react from then.r08574

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    i feel the same, no energy, feel sick, lightheaded, not sleeping and awful night sweats, im sick of my life atm, wish a had never started them in the first place, feel like real drug withdrawals, i wish theyd tell youl the downside when the gp prescribed them

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    Hi, just my opinion but i don't think alternate days is a very effective method of withdrawal. Just use a pill cutter and reduce the dose amount very slowly. This will help ease the side effects and dissipation.

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