Such as fluctine20mg also known as fluoxétine
Hi, this sounds simple, but the best option is to talk to your provider, whomever prescribed this medication just for you for specific reasons, and in order to get started on feeling better, make sure to call or go see, when or what time daily you are supposed to take the medicaiton. It is differentf for each individual.
Since we all tolerate or find benefit differently it can take some patience. A clinician will select what tablet they feel may be appropriate and a doseage which to start with will tend to be lower than higher.If after a period of time you dont find sufficient improvement they may raise the doseage ( Hence why they tend to start at a lower doseage ). If after a period of time ( bear in mind the first weeks you can actually feel worse ) the side effects are intolerable the Clinician may then try an alternative. This is the normal procedure on slecting the right tablet and doesage which is worth it as time goes by but a bit of a pain to begin with. The one tablet that all my friends find they can't tolerate is the only one I do tolerate !!! If you have any other questions you can private message as I did spend time as a Drugs and alcohol councillor. But PLEASE remember any answer I or anybody else gives you should be ran by your Clinician as he will know more about you and may have a treatment plan which he may feel other outside advice will interfere with. GOOD LUCK
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