Accidently Taking Too Much

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HEATHER Says:


I WAS CURIOUS WHAT EFFECT WOULD HAPPEN IF MORE THAN ONE DOSAGE WAS TAKEN OF THIS MEDICINE. I CURRENTLY TAKE 20MG ONCE A DAY (IN THE MORNING) BUT I COULDN'T REMEMBER IF I TOOK IT ONE MORNING SO I TOOK IT AGAIN IN CASE.



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guy Says:

depends on the meds


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d Says:

well, you sould know by now! actually, most likey pretty mellow and maybe a bit light headed, not wired and edgy like if you doubled up on prozac. but people's reactions can differ.

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Verwon Says:

Doubling up just here and there on accident will not really make much of a difference. You may experience a few of the side effects that you did when you first started taking it, but nothing dangerous, since your body is already used to the medication.

This is often used in doses far higher than the 20mgs that you are regularly taking.

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heather Says:

I just started on this medication and the first night I had a panic attack while I was sleeping and my eyes completely dialated like I was trippin on LSD!! Has anyone else had an issue like this because I didn't like the feeling!!

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concerned mom Says:

yes my daughter severly her pupils stayed dilated for a week straight

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