Sorry for the second question
Can you drive on mirtazapine?
Question posted by Bayford on 20 Oct 2017
Last updated on 20 October 2017 by chuck1957
Bayford; just as most of these say it is always good to take it at home when you don't have to drive to see how it affects you, we all react differently to medications so be very aware of taking it and again try it a few times at home prior to drivin good luck chuck1957
Hi, Bay! IF you're just starting the medication you might want to be extra careful for the first day or two ~ mirtazapine can leave some people a bit drowsy and/or dizzy. Maybe start it over the weekend or hold off on driving until you see how it affects you?
No problem did not see the first. I take 15mg at night and find that I have to pay more attention during the day when I drive. I actively remind myself to keep both hands on the steering wheel and drive the speed limit. I let others pass and stay away from heavy traffic. All of this helps me.
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