Fluoxetine for Migraine treatment

We have 572 consumer reports for treatment of Migraine with Fluoxetine. Migraine used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Migraine for Fluoxetine


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Fluoxetine Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 572 reported about Migraine

  1. Donna V. Robinson says:
    4.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Migraine; Depression

    I am taking sarongs for 6 months (25 mg / day) for chronic migraine with tension-type headache, initially in the form of drops in the evening. But that led to extreme tiredness right at the beginning. Meanwhile, I take it in tablet form (retard), so that the fatigue spreads more evenly throughout the day. The headache severity was actually much less in the first two months and the frequency of seizures too. Meanwhile, this effect is no longer there, but only the side effects. The tiredness has settled to a bearable level. Unfortunately, I have gained significantly more weight since taking Saroten (about 6 kg in 6 months), because the appetite has increased. Maybe this is also in addition to the fluoxetine tablets, which I have been taking for about 8 years because of depression (40 mg / day) and the initial weight loss now cause the opposite (weight gain about 30 kg in 8 years).

  2. Viola G. Watson says:
    5.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Migraine; Pain (chronic); Depression

    I switched from venlafaxine to fluoxetine 3 months ago. For 6 weeks, the drug conversion is over. Since I’m finally lucky and no longer sweat like crazy, what came from the Venlafaxin, especially at night gossip wet every night, and then I have the problem I suddenly get all shitty skin. What I do not know, because even in my puberty I had hardly any pimples. Apparently the pores were so well-cleaned by sweating the last four years, so flawless skin. But I have also had abdominal pain and headaches very frequently ever since and have been struggling with diarrhea since the time of change. First thought, my irritable bowel is simply active again, but daily for weeks, where I usually have alternating constipation and diarrhea. Do I have to clarify maybe more closely. Hair loss since the conversion also very extreme. I have less appetite since fluoxetine, yet unfortunately not decreased, so rather would slow down the metabolism. But not too. Since there are completely different antidepressants, I’m still satisfied. I am tired at the moment … but can also have other reasons. And so I have through the combination of my Medis – Abtiepileptika, antidepressants, which also make everyone tired, anyway, always with problems.

    Side effects: Hair loss; Headache
  3. Shanika L. Hackett says:
    4.5 rating

    Fluoxetine for Migraine; Depression

    Side effects Saroten: tiredness, water retention, weight gain, dry mouth. Fluoxetine: side effects only at the beginning of the intake, meanwhile no side effects except weight gain. Fluoxetine enhances the effects of Saroten, so I stay at a dose of 25 mg Saroten a day (taken in the evening), with a fluoxetine dose of 40 mg a day (taken in the morning).