Prestiq Reviews

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how long does it take for the effects of prestiq to kick in?


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john Says:

I dont know how long. Ive taken since Monday (day 6 so far) and havn't gotten anything

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Verwon Says:

Most medications in this class can take 2 weeks or more until you feel the full beneficial effects. That's generally why your doctor will prescribe it and then ask you to return for another appointment in approximately a month.


Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, dry mouth and weight gain.

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Did you have any other questions?

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Marie Says:

I have been on pristiq for about a year or so and so far so good. It took about 3 weeks to start helping.

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