Easing Nausea From Viibryd

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Jack Says:
I have been taking Viibryd for almost two weeks. I am on the 20mg dose in the starter pack working up to 40mg. My psych switched me to it from Zoloft due to extreme blunted affect and complete loss of libido and inability to climax. I am being treated for PTSD and postpartum depression.
I am very nauseous. I was wondering if anyone has any advice on how to ease the nausea.

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Verwon Says:
Are you taking it with or without food?

That may be the root of the problem and if you're doing it one way, it may be a good idea to try it the opposite way.

Learn more Viibryd details here.

Otherwise, I'd suggest consulting your doctor to see what would be safe for you to use. Its difficult for anyone to make any suggestions, without knowing your full medical history.

Another question, are you taking it with a full, 8 ounce glass of water?

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Jack Says:
I have been taking it with food. My Psych told me to take it with a meal of at least 450 calories. I also take it with a large glass of water. I drink quite a bit of water.
No outrageous medical history. The nausea looks to be a common side effect. Hopefully it subsides soon.

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Mike Says:
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I titrated up with viibryd as directed from 10 to 20 to now 40 mg for the past month-and-a-half. The side effects included nausea, insomnia, vivid dreams, and low libido. I my next psych appointment I'm going to ask to be put on something else so it appears to be working somewhat the side effects are just not worth the remedy that I am seeing.

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