Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome treatment

We have 572 consumer reports for treatment of Burnout syndrome with Fluoxetine. Burnout syndrome used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Burnout syndrome for Fluoxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
157.63
232.59

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′ 2″

Average age
51
60

Fluoxetine Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 572 reported about Burnout syndrome

  1. Robert R. Theiss says:
    4.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome; Drive disorders

    I can only warn against drinking alcohol in conjunction with this medicine. I had no side effects after three weeks (20 mg a day), except dry mouth and flatulence. I also did not feel a positive effect. I was prescribed the stuff because of burnout and listlessness. I’m not a drinker, but I’m still drinking and never had problems with the alcohol. After the side effects had subsided, I mixed a few drinks (Southern with Coke) on a weekend, I would have preferred that. Normally I would have been pleasantly tipsy but suddenly I just fell over like a tree. My wife was shocked and shook me awake, I was completely gone. Then I got up with her help and immediately turned over again. I was chalk white and made it to bed. She wanted to call the ambulance, but that was too embarrassing for me. My wife did not sleep all night terrified and constantly checked my pulse. The next morning I could not remember anything. The memory of this event came gradually. Not thinking what could have happened to me if I had not been home. I’ve dropped the stuff and I want to warn everyone who has to take it. Avoid alcohol, even smaller amounts, if you have to take the stuff.

  2. Jamey J. Perdue says:
    3.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome; Depression

    Fluoxetine has been shown to have an excellent effect when taken with 2 tablets of 20 mg. I was really fine with that. Unfortunately, significant erectile dysfunction and almost complete loss of libido occurred at the same time. 1 tablet was unfortunately too weak but also brought no / hardly any side effects. Positive aspect: weight loss. Cymbalta has a good effect with fewer side effects. Normal libido, only even easier erectile dysfunction. Especially if I forgot the tablets again 3 or 4 days and imagine I do not need them … and start again. During this time from the 3rd day heavy perspiration, slowed thought processes, nausea and strong irritability. With regular intake: o.k., but relatively strong weight gain.

  3. Mary M. Morton says:
    3.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome; Depression

    After diagnosis of depression caused by burn-out treatment by 20mg fluoxetine. After 7 months no significant improvement in symptoms, especially the physical, noticeable. Falling asleep, very lively dreams, nocturnal sweating, vertigo, lack of drive, difficulty concentrating, tiredness, nausea right after taking the drug. Weight loss also not recorded;). My doctor had actually promised me that about 1.5 weeks after the start of receipt, I would feel as if a switch was put in me, so that in the morning, for example, I could easily get out of bed. Unfortunately, the desired effect did not materialize and now I am switching to another drug to control the depression.

  4. Harold S. Sharp says:
    3.5 rating

    Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome; Depression

    Headaches, hair loss, blurred vision, sleep disorders, loss of libido, fatigue, personality changes, aggressive behavior The first three weeks were hell with headaches, sleep disturbances, nightmares, sweats, palpitations, urinary urgency and howling cramps. After four weeks of taking recovery with euphoric conditions and a nice feeling. After 12 weeks of ingestion worsening with blurred vision, loss of libido, severe hair loss, crying cramps. After 16 weeks of ingestion, complete listlessness, pronounced Messie syndrome, personality change, aggressive behavior.