On 45mg mitrazpine before this 200mg of sertraline

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I've been on these for month now but still not feeling great.

I am due to go back to work next week and I'm really not sure how I will be.

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    They do work, but you prob have to give it a bit longer. I have been on them for over 2 months. May be another two weeks. Hang on in there.
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      Hi deborah9385

      I'm trying to it's just I am struggling to get up in the mornings and feel so tired too.

      I have been off work for six weeks due to an operation on my ankle.

      I had a big drop in my moods after op and it's been a struggle to get them back up.

      Going back to work going to be hard as I have been told I'm bringing atmosphere down and not doing my job and have had little support from my employer

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    Dear Jules,

    ​Do you have psych ? Do you follow an oral therapy, maybe you have some problem who can be resolved by telling them. 45mg of Mirtazepine is a high dose, it couldn't work with you. It must hard. Sorry for you.

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      What is psych?

      I take 45mg at night.

      Waiting on counselling.

      If this dose doesn't work I will be referred to the local hospital as my gp said I'll prob need someone looking at my meds as he can't really prescribe anything else I have already maxed on sertraline and now on max of this one.

      With going back to work next week and not having meds right is making things hard.

      When I went off work due to operation on my ankle and recently been dropped from supervisor to sales assistant.

      This low has come around after my operation

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      Is that legal? I mean for them to change your job when you're off for medical reasons.

      I have been prescribed 15mg to start but not taking yet. Afraid of side effects.

      Nancy

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