14 Mar 2012
Hello taurus641. Yes it can and does. Your body is adjusting to the drug. These types of side effects will ease up and disappear more often than not the longer you remain on the drug. You'll need to be a bit more patient I'm afraid but it will get better for you. Regards, pledge
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