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Re: celexa

Posted by james on December 29, 1998, at 21:16:16

In reply to Re: celexa, posted by Rodger on December 29, 1998, at 9:59:12

> I've been taking Celexa since it was first released. I am unable to tolerate any of the other antidepressants at a theraputic level for a variety of unwanted side effects. I have read that 75% of people treated in Europe are on 20 mg daily. I take 20 mg at bedtime and I have not noticed any side effects. In the past, I used sex as a stress reducer for my depression. I felt like I had to have it. With Celexa I don't feel that way. I can go for days without it and not start a major argument by making it a priority. I have sex about 4x a week and I experience NO side effects. I am on a drug cocktail...I don't want to take up a whole page here, but if anyone would like to ask me any further questions, please feel free to email. I am a very open person and I don't think anything you would ask me would offend me
Hello, Merry X-mas/Happy New Year. I have been using Celexa for a month now and I am happy with the results. I was put on it for stress induced hives I haven't had a hive breakout since I started taking it. I am on 20mg daily and I take it in the early evening. I have not had any negative side effects as of yet. I do experience an increase in yawning at night and my eyes use to tear more (has stopped), but that is it. I am very pleased with the results. I am able to control the stress in my life. I will continue to keep in touch.




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