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Re: Anyone had success on Effexor XR?

Posted by cueballx on November 24, 2005, at 17:39:12

In reply to Re: Anyone had success on Effexor XR?, posted by Mejestica on November 24, 2005, at 16:44:16

HI Maj, yes those are some of the side-effects but they are only till your body gets use to the drug and also getting what your brain has been missing, my DR started me out slowly rasing the dose and told me to increase the level till i feel , the i was back to normal but it takes weeks to find the level that is right for you , one person said 225mg was his level mine is 300mg , you have to give it time to work and it's not a quick fix, but the people around you are going to notice first , if your getting back to your old self.each step is about a week each when i started to take it , the DR said increase it by like you start with and increase it after a week or two by the 37.5 level till you find you feel good , at first i had the shakes my hands jiggeled and i felt excited as i call like just before something exciting was happening and i had the insomnia wich comes with the drug , my doctor perscribed trazadone at a 25mg level to help me sleep , the thing is you have to take it 2-3 hours before you want to be asleep ,but it knocks you out and is ,i find a little hard to get moving in the mornings , i switch from trazadome to ambein sometimes, i find it easy to wake-up from ambein and not feel groggy. it can take a month or two till you find that level and you'll now it.




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