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Posted 20 Oct 2013 • 3 answers
I have anxiety which has lead to depression. I have not started taking Lamictal and I'm doing my research. I want to know if it is something that helps to stabilize moods only when you are taking the prescription or if you can take it for a short time and then once you feel better stop taking... read more
Posted 9 Oct 2018 • 2 answers
How long does it generally take to feel benefits from increase in dosage? I have been on 50 mg for 2 months and appeared to be experiencing a down swing of moods (not huge but enough for my doctor to increase the dose slightly)
Posted 30 Dec 2014 • 5 answers
I was on opiods for pain, but the withdrawal did not even come close to what I am going through with Cymbalta. The brain zaps and rapid moods swings have diminished to almost zero, but I am left with a profound depression, unlike anything I have experienced. I am determined to succeed. I am also... read more
Posted 28 Mar 2016 • 1 answer
Does anyone have experience with this and most importantly, foes it go away? Went through a horrible w/d from MAO's that lasted 2 months and the Brintellix is helping a great deal. Looking for hope this itching gets better or not worse.
Posted 8 Oct 2016 • 2 answers
I. I was on fluoxetine 20 mg for 6 1/2 years. It helped with my moods, but, I completely lost my libido and gained weight. My dr and myself decided Bupropion hcl 75 mg may be a good choice for me. My question... I take this in the morning and find my self in the worst mood ever, incredibly testy,... read more
Posted 15 Feb 2017 • 1 answer
I've been on different muscle relaxers for seizures & EDS. Are cyclobenzaprine, lorazapam or klonopin known to cause bad moods or anger?
Posted 16 Jan 2014 • 4 answers
I've been taking lamictal for a while. I got up to 200 and I noticed a significant change in my moods and was a lot happier as well. I recently upped my dose and for around a week and a half I have been snappy, irritable, and overly sensitive. What is going on with me? Could it be the... read more
Posted 11 Dec 2014 • 1 answer
I am 76 years old and suffer from hayfever most of the year,and find it difficult to breath at night. I was proscribed humex inhaler by my doctor. I also feel it effects my moods.
Posted 29 Oct 2013 • 3 answers
I could cry when I should laugh and my moods are quite snappy. I have such anxiety so bad to were I feel like I'm going to pass out(dizzy) I'm not my self. Butterflies in my stomach and sick feeling keep me up all night. I need to take control of this but scared of side effects. But at... read more
Posted 5 Sep 2014 • 2 answers
... take long term, It has helped me sleep and my moods are better,don't think I want to come off, especially after everything I've read about the withdrawal
Posted 22 May 2015 • 1 answer
Posted 13 Feb 2019 • 2 answers
So I increased from 50mg to 100 mg I’m having side effects and my moods are very up and down at the moment is this normal I have been on higher dose for 5 days now does it mean in time they might work
Posted 3 May 2014 • 2 answers
I am 16 weeks pregnant and have had many sleepless nights and depression about the pregnancy. I just recently went off geodon for my bipolar disorder and my moods and thoughts have gotten worse. My Dr prescribed me latuda to take to help with some sleep and my mood but I'm nervous the baby... read more
Plan B One-Step - I just got on mirena 3 days ago. I looked online and it says to wait 7 days before
Posted 26 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
... it is fully effective. I had unprotected Sex 3 days after. Will the plan B pill affect my birth control? Also will it have major affects on my emotion/moods as any other hormone does?
Posted 22 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
Im on a tapered prednisone prescription for bad sinus infection. 40mg dailyx4days,30mgx4, 20mgx4 10mgx4. I took my first dose of 40mg today. First half of the day had some weird moods/emotional oddness, but I was prepared for that. Having anxiety (which my doctor knows about, she warned me about... read more