300mg Daily, Will This Ever Go Down, Is There A Time Frame?

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KAREN Says:


i ha ve been taking 300 mg for a long time now does this dosage ever get lessenend? all questions read 75- 37.5 300 is kind of concerning, is this normal?
are there long term affects? or concerns?



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Verwon Says:

It really depends on you, such as how you respond to treatment, are you doing better and feel you could go down in the dosage? Have you learned coping skills, or done therapy?

Learn more Effexor details here.

How long have you been taking this dosage?

There are risks associated with the long-term usage of any medication, such as liver damage, but what you have to discuss with your doctor is whether or not the benefits to you outweigh such risks.



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