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What patients are saying about
Mirtazapine for PTSD

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By Tracie
September 3, 2014
Tracie wrote
Mitrazapine and maxalon
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By KTB
September 2, 2014
KTB wrote
Bipolar - Medication - Thyroid - Weight Gain
Hi, congratulations on your Wedding, And your on going mental health.
I've been on a high dose of mirtazapine for 5 years and piled on weight, as well as a strong opiate, and gabapentin for arthritis.
Anyway, I've managed to lose nearly 3 stone so far by using diet whey protein, with almond milk.
I have two a day, one around lunch or a bit later which i add some fruit, like strawberries, pine apples etc, you can be it fresh or buy frozen packs made for smoothies from supermarkets.
and buy the
Kevin  |  September 13, 2014
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By Beenroundtheblock
June 26, 2014
Beenroundtheblock wrote
Mirtazapine and Weight Gain
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By Nellie
February 14, 2014
Nellie wrote
Mirtazapine
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By Claire
September 13, 2013
Claire wrote
Mirtazapine and Bipolar
Im on mirtrazine 15mg quietipine 125mg and i feel great on these drugs for BPD... Just today been put on 400 eplim as mood stabilizer.... I have high hopes as im doing so well... gl
Sarah  |  June 12, 2014
Hello I just wanted to let you Kno I was in the same boat and I can tell you now Mirtazapine will make it worse, because my bipolar is mostly depression with manic phases I was put on Mirtazapine up to 45 then told them I feel a lot worse this was a month after I had them put up so it wasn't like the first 2 weeks of feeling worse, anyway my psych lowere it to 30 and now take quetiapine 75 mg as well its an anti psychotic and its helped me a lot I think u should suggest to ur Dr that the meds
babygirl0690  |  April 2, 2014
Please look up Mirtazapine online, I had a doctor prescribe this med with out my knowledge. I ended up with swelling of my toes & ankles, passing out , and manic depression. I ended up baker acted from this med, please tell your Doctor you would like to try something else or seek another Doctor. Good luck I will be praying for you.
Nellie  |  February 14, 2014
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By Doris Lee
August 7, 2013
Doris Lee wrote
had a spell after taking mirtazapine and pramipexole. do they go together?
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By patsy
August 7, 2013
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mirtazapine
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What patients are saying about Mirtazapine and PTSD

295 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
on mirtazapine, for depression, anxiety and PTSD. It helps...
I'm on mirtazapine, for depression, anxiety and PTSD. It helps me sleep, and takes the edge off the ...since October 2005. I was on efexor for a year before that. It wasn't much help...
I have been on mirtazapine for PTSD and depression...
...been on mirtazapine for PTSD and depression ...lose wiehgt. How long will the effects of teh drug prevent any controlled weight loss? I'm desperate as I have ballooned and being diabetic need ...
I'm taking Mirtazapine for PTSD and Anxiety. It is...
Yeah I'm taking Mirtazapine for PTSD and Anxiety. It is ironic that anti depressants and psychotics are so closely linkede with weight gain, since weight gain is a huge cause of unhappiness...
my Mirtazapine for my PTSD...and it didn't help me sleep...
...along with my Mirtazapine for my PTSD...and it didn't help me sleep ...patients telling them they were getting sleepy on it. Finally he took me off the Trazadone and I just take Ambien if I can'...
several years now and would recommend to anyone with PTSD...
...seroquel w/ mirtazapine for sleep. I find that this helps me get 6 hours sleep regularly as to 1 to 2 hours per night if lucky. Have been o...
how I will feel:( I've been given it for anxiety and PTSD...
...this week, 15mg and I'm still scared to start it. I'm worried about how I will feel:( I've been given it for anxiety and PTSD. I can't tolerate SSRI drugs and Dosulepin a tryciclic made...
It helped a lot with my PTSD for keeping me calm and less...
...Sertraline was a good anti-depressant, but I had to have the higher doses of it for it to take effect. It kept my moods relatively stable, and didn't have any problems with it. Mirtazapine was g...
do suffer insomnia with my PTSD as I suffer from nightmares...
...Mirtazapine has helped me fall asleep. My GP gave me this to help me get a good sleep but I am infact sleeping solid 10pm-3am then struggling to get into a deep sleep again, very strange. I thin...
a consultant psych recomended it as effective for PTSD...
...night, which is a bonus for me. Being groggy/spaced out during the day is not so fun, and the less said about having an increased appetite, the better I am hopeful that the grogginess will wear o...
for depression, anxiety PTSD style, and insomnia....
I'm on mirtazapine for depression, anxiety PTSD style, and insomnia. It does take the...
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