Posted 24 January 2011 - 12:48 PM
Hello, while we are not professionals and cannot answer medical questions, we can offer advice, and my advice is to get in to see your doctor asap, and tell him how you are feeling. If in the USA, Canada, or Australia, I would *highly* recommend a psychiatrist and not a general practioner, as they specialize in this type of thing and general practioners do not. I dont like the sound of the way you are feeling on this medication and it appears not to be working for you. Not every AD is for everyone, that is why there are so many on the market. I think a review of your med regime is called for and as soon as possible.
Wish I had better advice for you, but its the best I can offer, perhaps others will come on with better advice than I but when it comes to issues like this, I prefer to see an expert in the field and that *is* a psychiatrist and not a general practioner. If in the UK I hear their system is different, and there the general practioners are suppose to be more expert in this field.
I wish you the best of luck, hang in there as proper help is available, but Mirtazapine does not appear to be the answer for you...
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