Hi Sandy; Yes when your in to see the doctor again just tell him or her that you are really having a problem with the medication and staying on them because of the dizziness, And first they may be able to find one that well not do that or at least you well know that if it does show up it is supposed to go away. But there are many different ones can't go through all of them but don't give up. It is well worth the fight to find the right medication. We are all different and what works for one may not help another at all because of our systems so it's hard but sometimes all the doctor can do is try different ones until you hit the one that works the best for you stay positive. Chuck1957
If you are having anxiety every now and then, Ativan 0.5 mg helps me.
If it's a constant problem then I agree with the others to take a daily medication.
You need to take precautions with all meds if you are sensitive and have dizziness.
Don't get straight up from bed. Swing your legs over and sit until you are sure you are not dizzy. Use a rolling walker with a seat. It will allow you more freedom in the store, knowing you can sit down immediately.
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