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Posted 5 Feb 2014 by Tw021913 • 6 answers
My doctor prescribed 10mg of Lexapro (generic) for my constant anxiety and irritability. I've been on it five days now and I really like it. I am not worried or snappy and my husband says I'm being much more pleasant. The only problem is both times we've had sex since I started lex I ...
Posted 1 Dec 2014 by glosta • 1 answer
After many attempts using powders, creams etc for jock itch for relief I decided to try triple antibiotic. The result is less irritability, good night's sleep and a lot more comfort. Has anyone else tried this method?
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by samanthaeve • 1 answer
I've been prescribed the SR rather than the XL (which I used to take). The XL used to create alot of irritability and rage. I'm concerned this is going to happen again with the SR. Does anyone else have this?
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by gbsn • 0 answers
I have been taking Brilinta (ticagrelor) since Feb 2016, along with metoprolol and atorvastatin. Since March I have been experiencing Restlessness, Irritability, some breathing difficulty, and short 1 second chest pains. Doctors say these are not documented so they dont know why this happens. ...
Posted 12 Sep 2016 by jacki42 • 2 answers
... irritability and overall mood. He is like a different person. Any suggestions?
Posted 1 Aug 2016 by MichLinn • 4 answers
Is being extremely hot in the face, arms, legs normal? Gas, stomach problems, IRRITABILITY and just plain grumpy. Depression and Anxiety. Crying more. I'm miserable... More than normal. I promised the doc to stay on it for three months but I Hate it. As far as being hot... should be a flash if ...
Posted 15 Jul 2016 by Tinas man • 3 answers
... are irritability , anxiety and grogginess. Has anyone switched to cabo/ levo and had less side effects?
Posted 23 Dec 2015 by anonymous573 • 1 answer
So I clearly took over the recommended dosage of melatonin (NOT PURPOSEFULLY). I have most of the 'less common' melatonin side effects including mild anxiety, irritability, confusion and short-lasting feelings of depression. And now I want to know how I can get rid of them. I have been ...
Posted 5 Jul 2016 by 1125jco • 1 answer
... irritability. The irritability is most annoying along with the general weakness. I have been diagnosed in 2002 with bipolar 1.
Posted 11 Feb 2016 by lizardlace • 1 answer
I was wondering if anyones children is taking melatonin and if they have noticed behavioral changes in the children, such as irritability or being naughty, not listening or laughing when being told off
Posted 21 Feb 2016 by NoireFtl • 0 answers
I often have these moments where I feel like I'm trapped in thought. It's really hard to explain and often leads me to experience severe headaches and irritability because of it. I don't want to communicate with anyone when I feel this way due to me not knowing how to explain the ...
Posted 4 Jan 2016 by MNZ24 • 1 answer
I had my last baby a year ago and had a partial hysterectomy. I have been experiencing some mood swings and irritability right about the time my period will start or near ovulation. My OB tested my hormone levels and all seem normal. So she suggested I give this BC a try. Anyone out there taking it ...
Posted 5 Dec 2015 by eliasgrant13 • 1 answer
My doctor just prescribed Latuda and even though I've done a lot of research, I'm really hesitant. I have bipolar with rare hypomania (usually manifests in insomnia, irritability, etc.) but have severe depressive symptoms. I've been on a big combo of baby doses of stuff for almost ...
Posted 12 Dec 2015 by enya21 • 1 answer
Hello everyone, I have been dealing with severe irritability associated with a two year postpartum depression that has simply not responded to any traditional SSRI. I have been on all of them including Wellbutrin and even Abilify. All have caused horrific side effects and worsened my mood. I ...
Posted 2 Oct 2015 by pancho559 • 1 answer
I was prescribed Topamax for PTSD (we think) 25mg BID its the 1st med to help with anger/irritability with no side effects so my Psych upped me to 100mg at bed time. He said it doesn't really make a difference how often daily you take it but I see everywhere it Rx'd BID to TID but the ...