Pristiq - By Accident Took A Double Dose Today

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Tammy Says:
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Hi. I think I took a double dose of my pristiq 100mgs today. I am feeling pretty anxious now as I am worried about what could happen?



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Peter Says:

I'm Peter. Accidentally took my wife's prestiq 100mg. What will happen to me today?


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Susie Says:
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I took double dose of pristiq I have been talking this medication for about 8 or 9 years should I be worried

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Nancy Says:
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My daughter can’t remember if she took her Pristiq today. She knows if she misses a dose she will feel awful tomorrow. Should she take a dose now, take half a dose, or not do anything?

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VerFree Says:

Generally, taking a one time double dose isn't dangerous, unless you are sensitive to Pristiq, allergic to it, or on another medication it may react with, so please watch for signs of any possible issues, such as severe dizziness, extreme drowsiness, or feeling faint.

It is also best to consult your doctor, to be sure.

Peter, are you on any other medications? There might be some issues with mixing, as well as the usual side effects, which may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and mood changes.

Nancy, what has her doctor advised her to do in this situation?

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