Results for 'Prozac Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Side Effect'
Posted 30 Jan 2019 • 2 answers
I've just gone up on my Prozac to a 40 mg dose (doctor recommended) after being on 30 for 3 years. It kept me stable, but I've... read more
Posted 28 Jun 2017 • 3 answers
today is the 7th day I am taking an extra 10mg with my already 20mg. Having some sides, shaky, glucose a bit low tremors and sometime feeling like I... read more
Posted 2 May 2015 • 4 answers
I just started on 20 mg fluoxetine yesterday for OCD and depression, and today woke up with nausea, dizziness, sweaty hands and overall feeling quite... read more
Posted 3 Aug 2017 • 1 answer
... on side effects states that it may effect HBP and diabetes. I have both. And more importantly it may decrease white blood cells.... read more
Posted 17 Dec 2013 • 2 answers
I might go on prozac for severe anxiety and ocd. I've been on loads of medications and prozac is the only one that has helped in... read more
Posted 3 Feb 2013 • 6 answers
Hi, favour to ask: detailed answers requested! :-). Anyone whose had experience with Prozac and the side effect of insomnia?... read more
Posted 16 Feb 2011 • 6 answers
I was on lexapro 20mg for 8 months and my pysc changed me last week(as the lexapro was'nt working for me)so i'm taking 10mg of... read more
Posted 5 Jun 2017 • 1 answer
in my 5th week of taking 20mg of Prozac for OCD, still shaky, some sleep, forced to eat, and acid reflux. Has anyone had these side... read more
Posted 19 Jan 2019 • 1 answer
I feel so stuck right now! Please give me input. I’ve been on Prozac 20 mg for over three years now and it seem to work fine for me... read more
Posted 15 Feb 2017 • 3 answers
I am about to start a combination of 10mg Prozac (@ breakfast) and 7.5mg Remeron (@ bedtime) due to panic attacks caused by my emetophobia,... read more
Has anyone experienced sexual side effects from mirtazapine? I've heard it has less the many others?
Posted 25 May 2017 • 4 answers
I read mirtazapine causes less sexual side effects than Zoloft, Paxil, Lexapro, Prozac and Celexa. Can anyone confirm that?