Does Prozac cause Itchy Scalp?

Last Update May 30, 2016
#511 in Prozac discussions - 6 posts discuss Itchy Scalp with Prozac. Itchy Scalp is #511 concern in Prozac discussions.
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Does Prozac cause Itchy Scalp?

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So I just started taking prozac with another depression medicine in hopes it could keep me a little less sad. At first everything was fine then I got myself like playing in my hair scratching my scalp it only last for maybe an hour or so and it goes away well now I'm shaking nauseous and cant stop yawning I dont be sleepy just as yawning. Its becoming a little to much for me because I hate feeling like I'm going to throw up and the taste it leaves in my mouth is ridiculous I have to keep candy with me just so I dont have to taste that nasty after I

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