Effective loss of Fluoxetine

We have 572 consumer reports for Fluoxetine. Effective loss occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Effective loss for Fluoxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.83
138.89

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 5″

Average age
42
46

Fluoxetine Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 572 reported about Effective loss

  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. Joseph L. Jackson says:
    3.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Depression

    The antidepressive effect is good, unfortunately, with the duration of intake decreases a little. Disadvantage is that it is very drive-enhancing and therefore has a negative effect on the ability to relax. The consequences are constant over-rotation, under power and sleep disturbances. Side effects also include sexual dysfunction.

  3. Rachelle G. Schneider says:
    4.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Sleep disorders; Borderline

    Dominal: first N1 pack was slightly sedating, later no longer effective, even with 3 tablets trimipramine: first N1 pack was very slightly sedating, later had no effect on 5 tablets; Dipiperone: effect was very pleasant, after about 60 days of treatment with dipiperone (liquid and in tablet form) I suddenly very strong depression, which disappeared after 24 hours after discontinuation of therapy, fluoexitin: only very briefly, already the side effects at the start of therapy were unbearable; extreme restlessness and yet lethargy, malaise, nausea, I have behaved as I would not otherwise, was very strange, sweats, head turning, dizziness

  4. Nicole J. Mize says:
    4.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Depression

    Hair loss, poor eyesight, loss of effect after about 8 months, no effect in very severe depressive episodes

    Side effects: Effective loss; Hair loss
  5. Lacy S. McCabe says:
    3.5 rating

    Fluoxetine for Depression

    Mirtazapine: Strong weight gain: 4.5 pounds in 6 days and gaining weight continues, despite discontinuing the drug, daytime fatigue, slack, impotent extreme caringness (the fly on the wall) Impatience drug discontinued because of the side effects on the 7th day. Fluoxetine: I only tolerated the capsules of Neuraxpharm – discontinued after 3 years, because of diminishing effects. Currently without medication.