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Mirtazapine Sleeping and side effects

Hi all. Great reading your posts. I am on Mirtazapine for the second time. Happy new year by The way. Firstly my psychiatrist put me on 30mg. It knocked me out every time. I had vivid abnormal dreams, lucid which I love. Nevertheless I had the munchies all the time coupled with lethargy, fuzziness and mild hallucinations. I kept going but was getting chubbier by the week. So i decided to ween myself of them feeling that my depression and residual psychosis from previous street drug abuse had resided or gone altogether. 3 weeks off them I was back in a dark gloomy and aggressive place my mood was irrational my thoughts racing always looking for someway to escape myself. 2 months later I went back on them and at first I felt like they were not working so the doc uped them from 15 to 30mg....

cispin for depression

## What is Cispin? ## Cispin is a common misspelling for the antidepressant called Zispin SolTab. Active Ingredient: Mirtazapine Method of Administration: Orodispersible (e.g. Tablet is placed in the mouth where it rapidly disperses in saliva so that it can be easily swallowed). Indication: According to medlineplus.gov, Mirtazapine is a prescription antidepressant drug that works by increasing certain types of activity in the brain to maintain mental balance. Controversy: Studies indicate that it may take up to several weeks or longer for you to feel the full benefit of Mirtazapine. Hope this helps! ## In my experience, all treatments need to be tailored to each individual. It is almost useless to say "Try this, it worked for me!" When I was first diagnosed with depression, I wa...

Mirtazapine 15mg Overdose Effects & Safety

My 24 year old overdosed on paracetamol and aspirin last week. She took over 40 tablets. After being released from hospital and seeing her local GP she has been given 14 day supply of this drug. I am concerned to allow her to keep all the tablets. ## Hi, I had overdosed on 15mg mirtazapines and had the Dr's check me over about 3 days later. Do you think all is ok? ## This is an antidepressant that is used to treat various mental health conditions. If you are concerned, it might be best for you to keep the tablets and dispense one to her each day, for her own safety, that is often what is done in mental health units, when someone is suicidal and they want to be cautious. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, mood swings, headache, ...

coming off mirtazapine 15mg

I started on 15mg mirtazapine 7 weeks ago and titrated up after 4 weeks to 30mg for 1 week; then back down to 15mg for the last week. I want off this awful medication. I feel completely spaced out all the time but am aware withdrawal is horrendous. I have been really agitated the past 48 hrs so I want to limit withdrawal symptoms as much as possible. I was going through a bad divorce, serious debts and being staked for 9 months by my ex husband of 26 years. I have had extensive counselling and am mentally in a much better place so I want to come off this poison ASAP safely. Thank you for your reply. ## Hello, Beth! How are you? Overall, divorces always suck, even if we have to do them for own good, I dealt with one back in 2009 and my new husband had to deal with one back in 2015, so I ...

Dangers of mirtazapine

It seems to me that Mirtazapine is a potentially dangerous drug with little information known about it. My veterinarian prescribed this drug in small quantities for my cat as an appetite stimulant, so I began reading articles on the drug and its effects. Although it is supposed to be used as an antidepressant for humans, it has a wide reputation for causing suicidal tendencies in children and young adults. It causes weight gain (the side effect my vet was looking for in my cat's case). It also can cause feelings of depression, and wooziness. I spoke with a nurse who took it and she said the effects of sluggishness and dizziness lasted 2 to 3 days. It can also cause nausea and headaches. It seems to me that these side effects are anything but what a person who is already depressed sh...

Long term effects of Mirtazapine

## I started taking 15 mg of Mirtazapine a month ago and for anxiety, feelings of fear and worry and depression. I’m still feeling some worry and fear. I’m having some bad dreams and very over anxious. I’m having headaches and constipation. These dreams are the worst. Do these side effects get less powerful over time? ## Many people on Mirtazapine report a worsening of their symptoms of anxiety and depression in the early weeks of starting Mirtazapine (same as many other anti-depressants). It can take several weeks for the drug to begin working and then symptoms improve. Mirtazapine usually works faster than newer SSRI anti-depressants (many people report improvements between 2-5 weeks). However some people may need their dosage adjusting to get the full benefit. Docto...

Can Urbanol or Mirtazapine make you gain weight?

I'm currently on Urbanol 10mg and Mirtazapine 30mg. I gained a lot of weight within 3 weeks. Can it be the Urbanol or the Mirtazapine or both? Plz help. ## I am also on Mirtazapine for 3 months now. It's widely known that weight gain is a side-effect of this drug as it stimulates the appetite and makes you eat more. I have also gained weight, something which is normally difficult for me.

"A 10" blank on other side White Oval Pill

I found a oval/oblong white pill with the imprints: A 10 and the other side is blank in my nephew's (who recently came to live with me due to his mother's, my sister's substance abuse) backpack. I was looking for the weekly homework and out popped this pill I cannot identify.... please help ## The white oval pill which you are describing is Mirtazapine (45 mg). Mirtazapine's primary use is the treatment of moderate to severe clinical depression; but is also used in treatment of anxiety, insomnia, hot flashes, and post traumatic stress disorder. To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I just wanna know is the round white pill with c2 on it is a real col...


round, peach colored, m515 imprint on one side imprinted line on the other..sleeping pill? ## Found a Pinkish Small Oval Pill with 515 on one side with no letters and blank on the other side. Can't find what it is online. ## This tablet is distributed by UDL Laboratories, and they list it as containing 15mgs of Mirtazapine, which is an antidepressant that is also used to help treat anxiety. NDC code: 51079-0086 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, weight changes, and mood changes. Inactive ingredients may include: lactose anhydrous silicon dioxide croscarmellose sodium FD&C Blue No. 2 FD&C Yellow No. 6 hypromelloses magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose polydextrose polyethylene glycol corn starch sodium...

Mirtazapine: strange back pain

Hello, I am taking 30mg daily before going to bed (male, 43 yo). I have started with a very low dosage of 7.5mg and over the course of about 1.5 months I reached the current level. I experienced clear drowsiness (which is a good as I was having trouble sleeping) and dry mouth from the beginning. While the effect of drowsiness right after taking the pill persists, the dry mouth seems to be mostly reduced (80% from the top at the beginning). The reason why I'm writing is a strange back pain that started about 6-7 weeks ago. Here is why I find it strange and why I would like to hear from others if they experienced it like this: 1. I wake up every morning with acute back pain over all my back (bottom to below the neck) 2. Due to the pain I can hardly move in bed when I wake up. Often it...

Mylan Mirtazapine does not work

Has any one else experienced this? I had to start using the Mylan version of Remeron / Mirtazapine and I now get sever leg cramps, headaches and the return of my depression. It’s as though it has NO active ingredient in it. The name brand Remeron puts me to sleep about 15 min after taking it, but the Mylan generic for of Remeron/Mirtazapine does not. I stay awake for hours. I can not afford the name brand remeron at $187.00 a month but I am to afraid if I try to use the Mylan version again the worse will happen. I am kind of between a rock and a hard place over this. But I have switched back and fourth enough times now that I know the Mylan version does not work. I get this from Walgreen’s in IL and I am looking for similar problems. Walgreen’s tell me they will not ca...

Cats & Mirtazapine

Our 13 year old Maine Coon mix is in the last stages of renal failure. We didn't know anything was wrong until about a month ago when she stopped eating. It's been up and down ever since her diagnosis. Our vet prescribed Mirtazapine but, after reading the many negative comments, we put off giving it to her as long as we could. We finally had to because the effects of not eating in cats are liver shutdown and death. She's had no serious adverse reaction to Mirtazapine, and it has definitely helped her appetite. It is buying her a little more quality time with us. I certainly wouldn't use or give this drug lightly, but as some posters have noted, in the end it's a risk v.s benefit judgment call. ## I am very sorry to read of what you are going through. I am not very kn...

mirtazapine drug test

hi to all ive been on mirtazapine for a few months now and i had a drug test a few week ago and its came back positive for amphetamins i dont do drugs except what my doctor gives me im tryin to find any info on internet but no luck thanx for any replies ## Mirtazapine is a tetracyclic antidepressant, so it shouldn't show up on a drug test as anything. I also did some research with our resources, that contain various reports on what medications have shown false positives for certain things and Mirtazapine has not been shown to give a positive test for anything. Where you taking anything else at the time? Even if it was an over the counter product, please post back and let us know, so I can check for you. ## I take 45mg Avanza on prescription before bedtime each day. I also failed a d...

round white pill with 93 and 7208

large white round pill with 93 on one side and 7208 on the other side no score ## The pill in description is Mirtazapine (45 mg). NDC: 0093-7208 Labeler: Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc Size (mm): 11 Inactive Ingredients: -Silicon Dioxide -Starch, Corn -Hypromellose 2910 (5 Mpa.s) -Lactose Monohydrate -Magnesium Stearate -Polyethylene Glycol 400 -Polyethylene Glycol 6000 -Povidone K30 -Titanium Dioxide Mirtazapine's primary use is the treatment of moderate to severe clinical depression. To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below... Hope this helps! ## What is the name of this pill and what is it used for? The round white pill with 93 on one side and 7208 imprints.

mirtazapine false positive drug test

I have been taking Remeron for 2.5 months and will have a hair drug testing tomorrow required by my new employer. I saw the above posting and worry about getting positive result for amphetamines. Will hair drug testing detect remeron? Will the company trust me not taking amphetamines if I show them the doctor's prescription of remeron? Will the company deny me because of taking remeron? I appreciate any replies. ## Can a false positive come up for thc weed use from taking mirtazapine ## Well what happened? Did your test come back positive?

found pill in my besties car. possibly sleeping pill

light yellow pill its round and says MR then its scored then below that it says 15 ## Whats the name of that pill?? I found one exactly like it and i dont know what it is. Its exactly like that with a G on the front... ## Em, the one with the G on the front is manufactured by Alphapharm and they list it as containing 15mgs of Mirtazapine, which is an antidepressant. NDC code: 57315-0078. The FDA warns that it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and mood changes. Inactive ingredients may include: Anhydrous Lactose Colloidal Silicon Dioxide Hydroxypropyl Cellulose Hypromellose Iron Oxide Yellow Lactose Monohydrate Magnesium Stearate Maize (Corn) Starch Polyethylene Glycol Titanium Dioxide Triacetin Though they may vary, depending on the production facil...

oval pink pill

A on one side 6 0 on the other side ## I have a bunch of loose pills I need to figure out what they are. Some got wet & I can make out only one side of the pill. ## Is the marking possibly A 09? If so, Aurobindo lists it as containing 30mgs of Mirtazapine, which is an antidepressant that is also used to treat anxiety. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dry mouth, headache, weight changes, and mood changes. Inactive ingredients may include: corn starch low substituted hydroxypropyl cellulose magnesium stearate silicon dioxide lactose monohydrate hypromellose 2910 (6 mPa.s) titanium dioxide hydroxypropyl cellulose ferric oxide red ferrosoferric oxide ferric oxide yellow But this is just one example, so they may vary depending on the manufacturing faci...

Mirtazapine causing anxiety/agitation?

I have been taking 15mg of Mirtazapine for three weeks. This was prescribed after suffering from insomnia and anxiety, with moderate to severe depression, for three months following complete withdrawal from the SSRI Citalopram (which I did very gradually, over three before this months as I thought I was stable enough to stand on my own two feet). My sleep improved immediately and I started to have some better days over the first two weeks. I know recovery should take time, and that the Mirtazapine takes at least 4 weeks to show its beneficial effects. On that basis, by the end of the second week I was feeling in a pretty good frame of mind and quite optimistic that I had finally turned a corner out of my anxiety. This third week has been a real disappointment though. My anxiety has got ...

Yellow pill with 8 or B on one side and A on the other

I have this yellowish colored tablet with a dip in the middle. On the front, one side has an "8" or "B" and the back has "A". Is this a mirtazapine 15 mg tablet?

anger caused by mirtazapine

I had previously worked as a police officer for just short of 3 decades, and the last 15 years of that was as an undercover narcotics investigator. I had not slept more than 4 hours in the last 20 years . I absolutely knew something was very wrong with my body, constantly exhausted, very negative attitude, and i had bad aches and pains, its just goes on and on. I retired and decided to sit down with a doctor and "lay it all out on the line, then let the chips fall where they may, no lies, nothing held back" I soon discovered something called a 96 hour commitment order,which i narrowly escaped by having to lie to keep from a locked down mental evaluation. my problems are manifested from 10 years of assisting in many dead body removals while assisting ems, picking up body parts fr...


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