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changing AD medication

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by MrsArmitage, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. MrsArmitage

    MrsArmitage Occasional commenter

    I've been taking Citalopram for a year now, and have finally got fed up of the crazy, nay disturbing dreams it gives me! Doc is swapping me over to fluoxetine - and I was just wondering if anyone had any experience of making this switch, or of fluoxetine itself.

    I'd rather be on neither, but frankly I think until I get a new job, that ain't going to happen!
  2. I'm currently on fluoxetine and have used it previously. It's the only AD I've used, so I can't compare it to others. I find that fluoxetine makes me nauseous during the first week of taking it, but that this soon settles down. Overall, it works well for me. Hope it works for you.
  3. Gazillions of people have got on just fine with Fluoxetine and you will statistically be one of them! Give it time to settle though.

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