Doxepin for Dizziness treatment

We have 334 consumer reports for treatment of Dizziness with Doxepin. Dizziness used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Dizziness for Doxepin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
135.58
200.62

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
6′

Average age
38
39

Doxepin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 334 reported about Dizziness

  1. Sheila T. Hudspeth says:
    3.0 rating

    Doxepin for Dizziness; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Doxepin was given to me for the first time in the clinic (where I was hospitalized for three months). I took her about half an hour before I went to bed. During the first nights, very bad nightmares plagued me from my past, so I woke up sweaty woke. But then it lay down after about 2 weeks. Meanwhile, I take Doxepin for 5Mon.Ich could not say now that I’m better! It is a constant up and down. The only thing I have to determine , is that in this time I have increased by 5kg, which I am very sorry!

  2. Corey J. Martinez says:
    4.0 rating

    Doxepin for Dizziness

    Hello, I am 33 years old and had an intervertebral disc surgery, I got Tramal before that and not a little 6 tablets a200mg. I did not want the tablets after surgery and my body was crazy. My doctor sent me to a detox where I got Doxepin 4 times a day 25mg. On the second day I felt totally bad: dizzy, tired, powerless, beeping in the ears, bad falling asleep, headache. I was told these are side effects of Doxepin. Now after a week nothing has improved. Can someone tell me when that stops and I feel better, every day the same because you will be so stupid. Please help. Thank you

    Side effects: Tinnitus; Headache; Dizziness; Fatigue
  3. Megan R. Sawicki says:
    5.0 rating

    Doxepin for Dizziness; Fatigue

    I have been taking Doxepin for about 7 months. Initially I had in the dosage 25 mg morning, noon, evening significant problems with low blood pressure, dizziness, weakness, which was particularly noticeable in activities. I often felt like I had lead in my legs, every movement was difficult, every activity was an effort. I then automatically set the dosage systematically down. Now I take a half 25 mg tablet for breakfast and lunch and only a quarter in the evening. For a while I got along with it quite well, but right now I have the feeling to be more depressed and anxious again. The panic attacks often show up and I get literally cramps. Sometimes I feel confused in my head. I have already tried other medicines, e.g. Cipramil, Mirtazapine, Insidone, Zoloft and all have rather brought negative effects. That’s why Doxepin has been the best cure for my panic attacks so far. I also tried Tavor for a while with Tavor, but I can only advise against that. At the moment it already solves the fears, but they come with decreasing effect all the more. Added to this is the potential for dependence and withdrawal is not exactly the cream.