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Re: Nardil and how long it takes to work squatlover

Posted by Phoenix1 on February 5, 2008, at 8:53:01

In reply to Nardil and how long it takes to work, posted by squatlover on February 5, 2008, at 3:55:47

> Hello, I have been prescribed nardil for social anxiety:
> Wt73kg
> Nardil 15mg 5 days
> 30mg 5 days
> 45mg 7 days
> 60mg 12 days
> So currently been on for a month and I am getting a bit dizzy and drowsy so much that my social life is worse than without because i am sleeping outside work all the time! No reduction in SA currently.
> Not experiencing other side effects such as anorgasmia, constipation, appetite increase.
> I intend to persevere though..
> Just wonder if its worth carrying on 60mg up til 28 days, or is it worth stepping up to 75 (1mg/kg for my weight) right away, because i am getting side effects and no benefits.

I think you need to give it at least 2-3 months. Unfortunately, a higher dose may make you sleepier. Or it may not. The only way to find out is to try. If I were you, I would give it a shot. If it is really bad, just reduce back to 60mg and give it a month or two to evaluate if it is working at all. For SA, higher doses are often required before benefit is seen. I am on 90mg for depression, not SA, and have not seen the same problems as you with daytime sleepiness, but I increased VERY gradually, 15mg each week until I reached 90mg. In fact, my biggest problem is insomnia, which has gotten much worse all of a sudden at 90mg...





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