Fluoxetine Mirtazapine And Trazadone

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Hi there, i have been taking fluoxetine 60mg and 15mg of mirtazapine for quite some time now, unfortunately I'm not sleeping well at all, so I've been to see my doctor and she has told me to stop the mirtazapine straight away and reduce my fluoxetine and gradually introduce the trazadone from 50mg moving up to 100mg possibly 150mg if I feel I need it. I was just wondering if anyone could give me any advice if they have had anything similar with there medication, it's just that I'm so used to taking my fluoxetine, thanks kaz



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kaz Says:
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My main concern is how drowsy I get when I wake the next morning

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can lyrica mirtazapine and prosac be taken together. im not really sure about this and i am worried. my psychiatris put me on all 3.again

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