... vision, dizziness, and dry mouth. I didn't think it could cause a seizure, I thought it was supposed to control them. I don't have seizures anymore, haven't had any since I was a kid and I'm in my 40's now, I have burred vision, dizziness sensations, dry mouth but my anti-depressant causes that too, is that accurate?
Yes Ma'am! It most certainly can cause trembling or shaking, I had it when at first my doc upped my dosage, I shook like a Yorkshire Terrier, and had some real wound up moments, NOT the drowsiness that others complain of!
But, after being on it for so many months, it's calmed down a bit. I do have a side effect that you may want to be aware of, memory troubles and dizziness, too. My memory really sux, girl. It's getting ridiculously funny at this point, I can ask my husband a question then turn round and ask the same thing in ten minutes, whoa trigger!
Just wanted you to know, but I'm on another med that affects memory, so you won't have that horrid and embarrassing side effect, I'd wager.
Best to you,
Kaismama, I swear, trembling/shaking is more common than we think tis!
No seizure activity though.
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