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HI on 15mg for the last 4 weeks have no appertight at all lost 3 pounds cannot updose as dreams are worse , still feel nervous and shakes would like to hear other story's about how long it took it work on 15mg , and does anyone have appertight lose thank you

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    Hi I have no appetite at all I was put back on mirtazapine to gain some weight I did a little. Now it's gone again .l don't really like antidepressants they cause a lot of problems if your finding difficult to eat you could ask your doctor for some ensure drinks they are quite nice. I also saw a dietician she said to make up the powered milk you can buy at supermarkets it's skimmed milk but apparently it can put weight on. I would have thought the opposite but she was very clear on it. The one l bought is in a tin you can add it to any drink or make it up and drink it through out the day I just can't remember the name of it it's well-known xxx

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    HI what mg of mitazapine was you on and how long for , I can ear bit of banana chocolate bar , slice of toast , that is afternoon , but I do have IBS , and have had lots of test, going to see diietician July , I wonder how much longer I have to wait to feel a bit better thanks
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      Hi I was on 15mg then 30 but they made me feel rotten so stopped them that milk is marvel it shouldn't effect your IBS xxxxx

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    Unfortunately food is very important and it's so hard to eat when you don't much like it but we need it for a healthy body and mind. In the end I had to go away to get built up abit I'd gone down to 5st and getting very frail. I'd have a word with your GP about the drinks there full of vitamins and better than hardly eating xxxx

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