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Hi all I've completed my first week and I have started being really sick not just feeling it actually being sick anyone else had this before I give up 

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    I usually feel sick but haven’t actually been sick o think other people have tho I’m sure ? How you finding your anxiety mines at it’s peek and I to have just finished first week at adjusted dose ? Xx
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      To be honest I was getting sick more in the morning then come say 3 it would ease off but last night I was all for giving up I hate being sick but the symptoms today were horrible still sick and had a horrible panic attack I don't know what to do for the best anymore

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      I think a lot of the sickness could also be from the worsening of anxiety a lot of panic and stress can upset the stomach ! My anxiety is terrible at the moment more so in the day and I’m a little better in the evenings . I can say from experience that when this medication works it’s fantastic for depression and anxiety 
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    Same thing Edward, I wretch in the AM whether or not I eat anything, some days it is pretty bad, others it is 2-3 heaves then that's it. From what I read, this is part of our bodies reaclimating to the Prozac (I went off it cold turkey)

    Chamonile tea along with cream of wheat cereal have helped me, oddly I can eat fine in the evenings.  But usually each AM upon waking, I wretch.

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      had some minor wretching this AM, nothing came up.  Woke up with a slight headache, this is now week 4 back on the Prozac.

      I do feel somewhat better overall about life in general but I still have anxiety esp in the AM.  As the day goes on and I am working, the day does get better overall.

      hang in there, we all have to go through some ups and downs

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