On mirta 30 mg for 2 weeks, still have ups and downs.

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Hello, I could use some encouragement. I took mirta 15 mg for a week, and than doc increased dose to 30. I'm on the 30 mg for 2 weeks now. Felt a bit better yesterday, (tough sleeping is still a problem), but today I feel the morning depression pretty strong. HOW long until I start feeling better every day?? Sincerely Kornelia.

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    I am taking 15 at night and 15 in the day as I couldn't sleep on 30

    I can feel I a bit of a difference

    It's been 2 weeks on 15 and 3 weeks on 30

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    Hello Kornelia,

    Everyone is different but antidepressants can take 4-6 weeks to reach full potency. I've been on Mirazapine for many years and no longer remember the early days of taking the drug. I still take the Mirtazapine in the evening a couple hours before bed and it definitely helps my sleep.  I hope you start feeling better soon.

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    Hi kornelia.I've been taking Mirt for about 12-13 weeks now and it helps somewhat although I'm also taking Gabapetin for IBS pain and nerve blocking which was upped from 400mg to 600mg about 2 weeks ago so I'm in a little bit of a symptom cycle where I have some side effects from the Gabapetin.I was starting to do good at 400mg after starting at 200mg which I started at the same time I started the Mirt. The plan all along however was to eventually to get me up to 600mg,so I'm hoping it will take hold as it did when I went from 200mg to 400mg in a couple more weeks.But I believe the Mirt has been successful in it's use.I started at 15mg and it was upped to 30mg about 7 weeks ago(15 morning,15 evening) and seems to be helping.I wish us the best.God Bless You,Bob

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