Mood change - week 9!

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I have been on 10mg citalopram for 9 weeks now the side effects are slowly decreasing i really suffered at the beginning with headaches/nausea and dizziness, but the anxiety is still lingering in a morning which ive read is normal. I have noticed though the last week my mood has been low...just really flat like i cant be bothered to do anything i cant really describe it. Anyway is this a sign i need to up my dose or stick at it and try ride through it? I just really really dont want to increase if i dont need to and get terrible side effects again. Thanks x

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    Stay the course. 10mg works for me. When I started I went through the lows you describe. It does go away. You will wake one day and ahhh its gone. Glad you're feeling better.

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      thanks! my ovulation app also says im due on tomorrow so maybe its that as im always terrible the week before? Just the last few days ive felt tired, low just cant be bothered to do anything! x

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    week 8 the exact same thing happened to me x it's normal honestly. definitely don't change dose yet x

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    Hi

    it's normal I guess have a question does ur flat , low I call it ☺ still come with crying spells

    because I started day 2 on week 10 today and still have the morning side effects from Celexa the nausea and headache and then the crying from the anxiety. Do u have that I get it still every morning so far . Yes I also feel low , flat and sad and cry how about u ?

    How are ur evening doing ? Do u take anything for anxiety?

    Stay on ur 10 MG I read on the blogs it gets better by the weeks not days

    I'm staying on the 5mg the Dr gave me until week 12 I hurt it gets better by then like

    balanced out

    so I give it the 3 month and see I think u should to ☺

    please let me know how u are , thanks

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