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i am taking mirtaz 30mg for last 8 months, now my lipid profile is disturbing, how to reduce cholestero,increse hdl,and reduce ldl , what are the repercussions.could someone tell ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Thu, Mar 10 '11, 7:50 AM
mirtaz 7.5 tab
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Sir Mai one year se depression ka sikar Hu.mai apna treatment doctor se krwa raha Hu mujhe 80% tak aram h but mujhe pura aram nai mil pa raha h Mai kya kru abhi Mai apne doctor se consult pe nexito 10 and mirtaz 7.5 tab le raha Hu.ap btaye Mai apna treatment ye doctor se continues kru ya change Kr Lu... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Antidepressant.
Fri, Jan 15 '16, 11:36 PM
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ive been on mietazapine 15mg for nearly 3 weeks now they are not working i feel just as bad as i did when i went to see my doctor if not worse why are these pills not helping me i still cant sleep through the night low self asteem feelings of not wanting to go on like i did when i visited mydoctor why ## It may not be the right medication to help you. Not every medication works for everyone that tries it. Have you experienced any of the side effects that the FDA lists, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth? Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Mon, Sep 28 '15, 4:01 PM
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i want all names, address for mirtazapin producer ## I cannot tell you the manufacturer unless you provide the imprint from the pill so I can look it up. Once a pill is available for generic manufacture, it is made by many, many companies, if you had a prescription the papers and bottle from the pharmacy should say who the manufacturer is, or as I said, you can provide the pill imprint so I can look it up for you, but without this information, I cannot help. There are thousands of companies that make generic drugs as well as name brands, so we couldn't even guess who manufactured the drug you are inquiring about. ## mirtazapin generic is manfuctured by sun pharma ## And that would be only 1 of the generic manufacturer's, there are many more. Which is why I said without knowing w... ...
Updated 10 years ago.
Tue, Dec 05 '06, 1:06 PM
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Can you please let me know the effects of Mirtazipan which i have been prescribed for anxiety. I know of other friends who have taken it and they feel worse. I know of one person who said it helped. Does it take two weeks to get fully into the system and another two weeks to get out? I have also been told that it is prescribed for helping to get back into a good sleep pattern and should only be taken intermittently for about 3 days at a time and then a rest. Could you please advise. Many thanks. ## Mirtazapine is a tetracyclic antidepressant, to have its best effect in the body, it should be taken daily, just as prescribed by your doctor. It can take daily dosages for as long as 4 to 6 weeks, for it to reach its full effectiveness in your body and it can take just as long to cycle out, ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sun, Oct 30 '11, 4:31 PM
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I was put on Mirtazapine 15mg for 4 dys , then up to 30mg , 9wks ago. I was extremely anxious & depressed & also was only sleeping 2hrs a night. I slept soundly after 45mins of taking one , and the anxiety was far less. I was told they are a tablet that takes longer than others to get into the system proberly 8wksfor depression so to persivere with them.. I am not at all happy with the weight gain issue attacted to them , but was told if you eat healthy 3 times a day & resist the urges you may get , and eat fruit , you will not put on weight , as of yet I am O.k. but I do feel bloated ,and my tummy looks it.. So 9wks now down the line I do not like feeling tired during the day all the time ,and when I do got to bed it can take me hours to fall asleep, then sleeping anything ... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Thu, Nov 18 '10, 11:06 AM
Mirtazapine, sold under the brand name Remeron among others, is an atypical antidepressant which is used primarily in the treatment of depression.[7] In addition to its antidepressant properties, mirtazapine has anxiolytic, sedative, antiemetic, and appetite stimulant effects and is sometimes used in the treatment of anxiety disorders, insomnia, nausea and vomiting, and to produce weight gain when desirable.[7][8] It is taken by mouth. The drug acts as an antagonist of certain adrenergic and ...
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Does this plll help panic attacks and does it act fast if am having a bad panic attack like a zanx ## Mirtazapine is actually an anti-depressant as opposed to an anti-anxiety like Xanax; however it is said to work by increasing certain types of activity in the brain to maintain mental balance. That to me, certainly sounds like it could have a positive impact on someone who might be experiencing a panic attack. The funny thing is, "anxiousness" and "confusion" are both listed as side effects of Mirtazapine. So I guess there's really no guarantee that it wont backfire Lol... Ref: nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a697009.html Have you looked into any natural alternatives? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sat, Dec 22 '12, 1:19 PM
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Updated 12 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Mon, May 09 '05, 8:27 AM
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pill ## I want info on Mirtazatine ## I think the information being requested in these posts was most likely about Mirtazapine, which is an NaSSA antidepressant, that's also used to treat anxiety, as a hypnotic and to stimulate the appetite. It may cause side effects, such as weight gain due to stimulating the appetite, as well as drowsiness, dry mouth and blurred vision. Interestingly enough, there's a specific listing in the monograph that says it's also used to stimulate the appetite in anorexic cats...who knew? Are there any questions I can help with? More Mirtazapine details can be found here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sat, Feb 23 '13, 5:11 PM
mirtazapine 45mg
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Im on quetiapine MR 700mgs a day i also take sertraline 100mgs a day , tramadol 200mgs daily , depakote 1000mgs daily, and zolpidem 10mgs at night , my doctor is thinking about putting me on mirtazapine 45mgs daily i wanted to know if this is safe with all my other meds i have mentioned ? ## Many of the medications you've listed can affect serotonin levels, so adding another one creates the risk of your developing serotonin syndrome, which can be dangerous. It's not that they can't be combined, but it must be done very carefully, with the doses taken under careful consideration and the patient being regularly monitored. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Mirtazapine as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings and weight gain. Are you seei... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Mirtazapine.
Sat, Oct 22 '16, 9:03 AM
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SMALL GREEN ROUND PILL WITH AN A ON TOP AND 214 ON THE BOTTOM ## Pill Image THIS IS NOT MIRTAZAPINE!!! This is a narcotic pain reliever, Oxycodone 15mgs, Instant Release, a generic for Oxyfast. Mirtazapine is an antidepressant, so not even related to this. ## Verwon correct as usual. This is 15mg IR Oxycodone HCl made by Actavis. The A215 blue pill of same size and design is 30mg. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sun, Aug 04 '13, 7:26 AM
Mirtazapine 15 Mg
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WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO GET OFF mirtazapine 15 mg after taking it for 3 weeks? ## Hi Ben, This is just my opinion, but usually for drugs like this the safest way to stop taking them is to tapper off them, if possible. Some medications can be taken in fractions (actually cut into pieces) and these smaller pieces can be taken in place of the regular dose for a period of several weeks until the body is no longer dependent upon them. In addition to that, I'd also suggest making yourself a tapering schedule on a calendar to track your progress and keep you on the right path to complete your goal within a specific time frame. Without a way to track your progress, tapering can sometimes be much more difficult than it needs to be. I hope this advice helps! ## Thanks. Your idea is what I w... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Fri, Dec 14 '12, 1:58 PM
mirtazapine 15mg
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oval yellow pill with 80 on one side and A on the other side ## Yellow oval pill w A On one side and 80 scorEd On other side ...
Updated 6 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sun, Jul 24 '11, 1:54 AM
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My physician placed me on a 15mg dose of Mirtazapine beginning with just a 'half' dose for the 1st week. I tried this dosage for 2 nights and ended up having 'heigthened' throbbing and 'restless-like' syndrome of my entire body-especially the right side. I have Fibromyalgia, Renauds' syndrome and have suffered from years of sleep problems. I have been on varying doses of Elavil over the last 12 yrs but this no longer helps. I do suffer from mild depression, mostly due to work stresses but I have been on a medical leave since July 11'05 post rotator cuff surgery. Tonight I will be trying Ambien- 5mg dose. The claim that Mirtazapine is used to treat 'tremors' is contradictory in my case-seemed like it was causing mild tremor-like throbbing with my l... ...
Updated 12 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Tue, Oct 04 '05, 8:19 PM
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I have a football sized pink pill with MIR on one side and 30 on the other. It is scored down the centre on the 30 side, what is it? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Jul 10 '11, 4:13 PM
mirtazapine help
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I have been on a lot of different ad over the past 6 yrs , 2 mth ago my doc put me on mirtazapine 30mg and valdoxon 25mg , I am really feeling extremely agitated and tired all of the time , I just want to hide away and not speak to anyone , I suffer from anxiety and depression, anytime I go to my doc and tell her my symptoms , she just ups my dose , I don't know what to do , if anyone can give me advice or has been in the same place as me , I would be really grateful ## Have you ever tried Xanax and Zoloft. I suffer from Severe Anxiety and Agrophobia, Depression and Insomnia. I feel your pain! I hate being around people!! Anxiety & I ...
Updated 1 year ago in Mirtazapine.
Sat, Nov 28 '15, 5:53 PM
Drug Mirtazapine
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Is Mirtazapine Narcotic or Phsycotropic Drug ? ## Mirtazapine is actually a tetracyclic antidepressant, so it is unrelated to narcotics. Side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, sedation and blurred vision. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Wed, Jul 13 '11, 11:22 AM
Cats & Mirtazapine
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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. benefit judgment call. ## I am very sorry to read of what you are going through. I am not very kno... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Mirtazapine.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 8:15 AM
Taking mirtazapine 15 mg
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Ive been prescribed 15mg tablets of mirtazapine but a little worried about taking them, are they very similar to sertaline , are they classed as anti-depressants or are they sleeping tablets. Please help thank you in advance ## I am taking migraine for one week and have not been able to sleep for 3 days now . All night long I am awake . Please help me and let me know what to do. My dr. Tells me I have to fight it. I feel awful. All I do is like awake hours. ## Hello, Julie! How are you? Yes, it is a classified as an antidepressant, though in a different class than Sertraline. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight changes. Susan, that can happen for a few weeks, when you first start taking it, due to the way it shortens your ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Mirtazapine.
Mon, Dec 28 '15, 3:38 PM

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