Mirtazapine Withdrawal

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hi,

after 4.5 years on 15mg i finally stopped in November. Has anyone had issues with their eyesight deteriorating after stopping taking Mirt?

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    Hi Ian,

    I have every time I've dropped down. it will pass, the longest it has lasted with me has been a few weeks.

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    I have read of this symptom but not experienced it I was not on Mirt for very long but have bad withdrawal symptoms but I dont think my eyes are affected I have been assured by others on this site that symptoms do pass so good luck

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    i got glycoma after being in mirt for 4 years not sure if it was coincidental no glycoma in famiky history

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    do you have other symptoms

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    I've been on mitrazapine for a year... my eye sight is a bit blurry some times never had a problem with my eyesight before mitrazapine. And my weights went up too. Really would like too come off it for these reasons but it does 100% work for my depression .

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    I've been on mitrazapine for a year... my eye sight is a bit blurry some times never had a problem with my eyesight before mitrazapine. And my weights went up too. Really would like too come off it for these reasons but it does 100% work for my depression .

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    Exact same with me I want off because of the side effects but I know I dont want too get ill again 😪

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