Week on 30mg mirtazapine.

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That's a week nearly on 30 mg of mirt. Still nothing new in my mood. But yesterday and today my eyes feeling so drowsy!..am thinking do I keep on till next Friday when I see doc. Was on alternate 15 and 30 previous week. Did going up to 30 mg make anybody hav this feeling tired. Am sure if somebody shook my head I would be all over the place.

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    Hi, I recently went up to 30mgs no change for the first week then I had 2 days when I could hardly open my eyes and felt like I had a dose of flu. That feeling has now passed and going into week 3 after the increase have had various things happen that would previously have had me in floods of tears but I have coped with, stick with it, I am actually feeling optimistic for the first time in months .
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      Thanks for that Jeanette. It's confusing what to do for the best isn't it. Just to feel a glimmer of enthusiasm to know your "on the right track" would help. Was on Venlafaxine before this never felt drowsy at all. I will carry on with 30mg. Fingers xx by nxt week the fog will be lifted. Xx
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    Hi. I was in 15 then went to 30 and then to 45 and back to 30mg as the 45 wasn't agreeing with me. I am back on the 30mg now but feel quite angry lately. I have been on these for 3 months now. I am worried and frustrated. Can someone please say whether they are having similar issues? My feelings feel subdued. Anger is coming out lately.
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      Can't say I hav felt angry. U should be feeling better after 3 months. Maybe if u c doc he may think u need a change. Hope u feel better soon.
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