Week 4 and Still Anxious/Panic (Advise/Help)

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Hi Everyone i Just took my (28th dose Week 4) Cilalopram 10mg and from last few days i am feeling anxious headache light head no poswer in legs and pain in the body like arms chest and i sleep around 5 hours every night.

I went to my Dr last week he told me to stay on 10mg for the next 2 months and then we can see if the dose need to be incressed or i can saty on 10mg.

I am traveling next week to UK i live in Ireland i know it's small durattion flight only an hours but i am bit afraid coz at the moment my wife goes everywhere with me and i will be traveling alone, and what do you think it will get better as i was told it will get better after 4 weeks.

Please advise and share your experience i will be waiting for the reply.

Kind Regards.

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    It takes up to 6 weeks for meds to fully kick in.

    Listen to your doctor.

    Is your trip necessary can it be put off for a bit until you are feeling better

    Stay Strongcool

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    • Posted

      Thanks Lynne

      It's planned and done my Family in uk is waiting for me its short trip 3 nights i am flying on 27th and back in 30th. 

      I am trying to stay strong i know it's bit difficult i do have some Diazapam left to cool me down and i saved them for bad days...

      what should i do??

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      Well you still have  about 10 days so they may have settled by then and yes diaz is a good idea to stay calm.

      Control your breathing and distract yourself strick up a conversation with someone on the plane the flight is not that long.

      Have a great time you will be finecool

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      Thanks Lynne smile

      Yes still 10days to go hopefluy i will be ok by then.

      its good to see people like you here helping others and giving advise.

      Much Respect for you Lynne

       

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