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Hi, a little bit about me... I found this site about 5 years ago now, and it has been a constant source of support ever since : ) I suffer from chronic depression, borderline personality disorder,... read more

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Is it normal for sudafed to make u sleepy?

Question asked 4 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: sudafed, sleep disorders, sleep disorder

Delila's comment: Hi since you have added the extra detail to your question,,, that is very unusual, you may be having an adverse reaction to it. Please speak to a pharmacist or doctor

Is it OK to take Tramadol and Cymbalta together?

Question asked 3 days ago 4 answers

Support groups: cymbalta, pain, tramadol, doctor, prescription, chronic pain, osteoarthritis

Delila's answer: Hi, i wanted to add the link to the interactions checker so that you can be aware of any symptoms to watch out for. It does seem a bit scary, but please don't worry too much. I used to take Tramadol alongside SSRI's and i was absolutely fine. But ...

Citalopram can I discontinue them by myself cutting them in half for a couple of weeks and so on?

Question asked 3 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: citalopram, dosage, tablet

Delila's answer: Hi, just to share my experience... when i went through a gradual decrease, my tapering process was much longer. Ordered by my psychiatrist, i went from 60mg to 40mg, and stabilised on this dose for 2 months. Then reduced to 20mg. Your plan does ...

Does tramadol cause loss of apetite and weight loss?

Question asked 3 days ago 2 answers

Support groups: tramadol, weight

Delila's answer: Hi, i experienced this while i was taking Tramadol. To quite an extreme level. Not everyone reacts the same way of course, but yes it is a possibility

My boy friend has started effexor 150mg and all he wants to do is stay in bed and sleep all day?

Question asked 2 days 21 hours ago 5 answers

Support groups: effexor, side effect, sleep, medication

Delila's response: Hi jr, because the medication has been started, stopped, restarted, your boyfriend will be going through the 'induction period' again, which will last about 4 weeks, give or take... during this time, depression can be severe & other side effects ...

How long does it take for Tramadol to start working?

Question asked 27 May 2014 6 answers

Support groups: tramadol, back pain

Delila's comment: Hi dsouter, the dose you have been prescribed is relatively low. The maximum dosage is 400mg per day, so there is room for adjustment. You should find the analgesic effects kicking in pretty quickly, within a few days. If this is not the case, speak ...

What about short term memory loss with Escitalopram??

Question asked 2 days 11 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: lexapro, sleep apnea, pain, escitalopram, sleep, memory, shoulder

Delila's answer: Hi, welcome to the site! I would also like to extend my sympathy for your loss. Forgetfulness & confusion are known side effects of Lexapro. Are you intending to discontinue treatment? As you have been lowering the dosage, you should find these ...

I drank a glass of wine about 2 hours ago. I took 50mg of Tramadol without thinking will I be ok?

Question asked 2 days 21 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: tramadol, wine

Delila's answer: Hi, yes you will be OK. You may experience a headache for a little while afterwards, possibly the next day, but other than that you shouldn't notice any major side effects

How exactly would tramidol show as side effect to breathing in a sm dog?

Question asked 2 days 5 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: side effect, breathing, tramadol, dog, genrx tramadol

Delila's answer: Hi, one possible side effect of Tramadol (in humans & animals) is respiratory depression. It isn't common but could occur. In this case a dose adjustment could improve the symptoms. Otherwise a change of analgesic is necessary.

Tramadol - is there a way to stop the nausua?

Question asked 1 day 22 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: tramadol

Delila's answer: Hi, Tramadol is well known for causing nausea. In some cases it will get better with time, however some people get the sickness continuously & have to discontinue use in favour of another analgesic. If you find Tramadol uniquely successful for ...

Difference between lexapro and citalopram?

Question asked 11 Nov 2012 7 answers

Support groups: lexapro, paxil, citalopram

Delila's comment: Hi, Harryhood, that's terrible! I would consult your primary doctor about this. You may experience some side effects, such as anxiety or nausea if you switch to Celexa, but the main thing i worry about is that this isn't the right medication for you ...

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