Sore ear and the sweats

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Hey anyone. I had my dosage upped to 112 mg’s of Ven a week ago and I feel like crap. Sore left ear and I get the sweats.  Also feel like i’m spaced out and noticed that I have started yawning a lot.  Just wondering if anyone else has felt like this and how long it lasted!  Hopefully it doesnt last too long!!!!!

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    Hi John yes I have had these symptoms every time the meds are upped I am on 150 mg am 150 mg pm been upped just over a week feeling I am coming up out of it now hang in there it does get better xx

     

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    it interesting john that you've had a sore ear. I've had that since I've been on ven... for about 10 years but never made the connect till now. and the sweats are terrible since I've tried to cut them down. I've cut down from 75mg to 37 the sweating is terrible and burst into tear for no reason at all. this only started when i cut them down 2 months ago. the plus side is that being terribly tired all the time has gone away now, so think the yarning you have is the tablets and their side effect.

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      Hi Chris. Tks for the reply. This is my second go around on Ven. Had much better luck on the first try, not that i’m giving up. I never felt all these side effects before.  Just dont understand y these meds arent working like they did the first time. I exercise a ton, eat the right foods and try and stay positive. I even am trying acupuncture. Hahaha. Its only been 1 week on my upped dosage to 112 mg’s so I know I have to give it more time. I also see my Dr in 3 weeks so hopefully its working for me by then. Enjoy yer day!!!
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