I started taking Trintellix for about 2 weeks now, 5 mg first week and now taking 10mg, yesterday I started having horrible itching all over, has someone else had this and if so did it go away or is there something I can take to help? I would hate to stop taking it because it has really helped me through my depression and anxiety.
I am having the same problem. I saw my doctor yesterday and mentioned the itching. He didn't seem concerned about it, but it is very annoying to me. The itching seems to move around to different parts of my body. Right now my little finger and my left foot are itching. If the itching doesn't go away, I will be forced to discontinue this medication. I have been taking it for about 2 weeks. The itching started when I went up to 10 mg. Please let me know if you have any more information about this problem.
How long will I have uncontrolled itching talking 10 MG trintellix?
I took Trintellix for a month. The first couple of weeks, my palms and soles of my feet itched like crazy. It didn't last long though. I just went off 3 or 4 days ago and now I itch all over!! I'm sure it will go away in a day or two, but it's extremely annoying right now. By the way, I tried taking Benadryl to help me sleep when I first starting taking Trintellix and it had the exact opposite effect on me. I couldn't sit still for more than an hour or two. It was horrible. Good luck!
HORRIBLE ITCHING!!! HIVES! BLEEDING!!! Doctors and pharmacists are CLUELESS!!!
I don’t remember if I was itching on 5mg, but I’ve been on 10mg for probably 6 months and I feel like the itching just keeps getting worse. It’s definitely not going away. It’s the most annoying thing and I can’t take it anymore. It is random places all over my body every 5 minutes or so. I’m changing to something else.
I have been on trintellix 5 mg and then 10 mg just up to 20 mg last week it changes started today there is no rash and I feel like I'm itching and crawling out of my skin, change sheets often and bought sensitive skin laundry pods
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