Mirtazapine 15 mg

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I have been on mirtazapine 15mg anight for 4 days l weak up feeling very tired and out of it and you very vulnerable and panicky is this how it should be and does it get better or not . i hope it dose

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    Waking up tired and out of it is a pretty normal side effect of Mirtazapine for a lot of people and I've had the same happen to me.

    I've never felt panicky and vulnerable on it but hopefully these will fade away as your body adjusts to it. Good luck and hope all goes well with you moving forward!

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      Thanks I was on citalopram for 17 years I came off it because I feel like it was not working any more for me and put me on mirtazapine 15 mg in Took it for 11 days I stop it because it made me to out of it all day so dr put me on tranzdone 150 mg a day for two weeks but got no sleep for a week and half so stop got back to mirtazapine 15 mg for last 4 days
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    I too was prescribed 15mg and felt the same way about being out of it. I started snapping the pills in half to make 7.5mg which worked better. Also I take them 3 hours before going to bed.
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    Hi try and ask your doctor if there is any other medication you can take to take away your anxiety.....aripiprazole did the trick for me....I don't feel restless or anxious anymore....

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    I lasted three weeks before i just went cold turkey. i felt so ill with so many side effects that i decided i could no longer cope with the drug and quit. i was on them for depression and boy after about ten days without - i began to feel my old self again. not the man without depression - that was still there, but you don't actually realise how awful you feel whilst taking the drug until you stop.

       I hope you start to feel better soon.

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