... eat or sleep,and feel like its not helping.my question is,will it have bad effects stopping them after 22 days.I'm calling my doctor tomorrow to let her know
Hi, there is a period of around 4 weeks (give or take) where you will be getting used to the new medication. You should find that if you can hold out a little longer, you will soon be feeling better physically & mentally... in the mean time you can take OTC treatments for the side effects. Hoping you feel better soon!
Hi. I hope you have reached your Dr by now. But in the meantime just a thought (for me when I took Prozac and other meds in that family) factor in what time of day are you taking it? With or without food? Sometimes with no appetite I have to force myself to eat a little something. And possibly how it is interacting with any other meds you might be taking (if you are) & your body chemistry. It is so tough. After 10 years we are still trying to get mine right. :( hang in there. Don't settle for anything less than a satisfactory answer from your Dr bc you are ultimately responsible for your health.
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