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Pam; did the doctor have you increase the dose? Very important you stick to the dose they put you on. But anyway yes just about anytime the dose is changed we get different side effects or ones we had when we first started the medications But these normally go away within 7 to 10 days. And we start to continue to get better until we get to the blood level of the new dose at the most 6 to 8 weeks. Hope that is what you wanted have a great day.
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