28 Jul 2009
Your question has gone unanswered for sometime. Another member may be able to help answer your question with their own experience. Your patience is appreciated.
It is worth noting that everyone reacts differently to medication and no two experiences may be the same.
I would suggest that when you change medications it is done slowly and that you have open communication with you Doctor so you can inform him/her of how you are coping.
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