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Hi I've been taking mirtazapine 15 mg since beginning of January , for the first 2-3 weeks I felt great then all of a sudden they just stopped working , anyone else have this problem ?

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    yep i was on 30mg for about 4 weeks and they stopped working   went up to 45mg  which ive been on now  7 months   but i keep having really bad mood swings  at the minuite  not sure if down to mirt  or due to something else  but im hopeing with doctors help i can come off them soon  just need to get the timing right before attempting to come off them 
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      I'm also suffering with really bad exhaustion , doesn't matter how much sleep I get I'm still really tired , do you get sleepy off 45 mg ? , only asking because last year I was on 30 mg for 3 weeks and it turned me in to a zombie so came off them ???

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      Two years on this and nothing but anxiety and depression interspersed with nausea. Cant do anything fear going anywhere.  Psych gas tried two others, failed. What best recommended for symptoms
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       Its quite weird really   coz most of the time  im tired abit when i wake up   but then im fine once im up and moving about,  but i do have days like today actually  were ive been feeling really down and depressed  and very tired all day.   was only saying to my patrner yesterday about this  and wondering if it was mirt thats causing this  or the fact that i could be going through menopause 
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    Yes I started on 15mg, worked for a while and then the doctor put me on 30mg. I am wondering whether I may need to go on yet another higher dose as low moods increasing again. I am trying hard to first change my lifestyle...get more exercise and to try not to succumb to alcohol. Don't have that much but when I do I can't seem to stop and this makes me very low. Are you avoiding alcohol? Take care.

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