Doxipen 25 Hdl For Sleep

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glinda Says:
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I have been taking doxipen for 2 weeks and it has caused me to be very depressed, on the verge of suicidal. How many days till i feel good again? I took one last night, but wont take anymore!!



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Glinda! Sorry about the problem you had with it.

These medications can cause that, in some people that take them and usually stopping them is the best thing.

Learn more Doxepin details here.

You weren't on it for very long, so it shouldn't take too long for the effects to wear off.

Have you consulted your doctor about the problem?

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Lookingforanswers Says:

Any drug the doctor gives you as an alternative to a narcotic is a pill for depression. I caution anyone using these drugs because it alters your chemical makeup of dopamine. This will make you have thoughts of suicide and have aggressive behavior. I suggest you find things to do to make you exhausted enough to sleep over taking any medication at all. Pills are not good for you.

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