Headache effect of Doxepin

We have 334 consumer reports for Doxepin. Headache effect occurred in 2%.

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  1. Shelly L. Bonner says:
    4.0 rating

    Doxepin for Depression

    Weight gain I have got Doxepin for anxiety and restlessness with sleep disorders. The effect was mediocre for me at a dosage of 150 mg per day. The worst side effect for me was the enormous weight gain. 30kg! (mindful of the diet) By gaining weight, I’ve just become more depressed. About 4 months ago then get Trevilor, positive side effect for me, easier weight loss because of loss of appetite. But also negative NW, such as blurred vision, headache, trembling legs, feelings of unreality, high pulse, hair loss. I’m just getting in with settling, which are bad. Lightning in the head, dizziness, nausea, severe headache. Descent at Trevilor Want advice if you want to sell Trevilor. I went through hell! After initial attempts to pull Trevilor off, I had terrible flashes in my head. I could barely move and was unable to do anything. Several times attempt started, after three days I could not stand it, again taken Trevilor. I stopped very, very slowly. After 75mg, first taken the lowest dose (34.7mg) for 2 weeks, then halved again for 3 weeks. Then one day after another for 2 weeks. and then stopped. There were still these surges and lightning in the head, but that was only light and it took only 5 days, then it was over. Done! I also had these symptoms when I discontinued citalopram, but it was not that bad and lasted only 5 days. I wish you all the best! Poni

  2. Doris R. Anderson says:
    3.0 rating

    Doxepin for Depression

    Take Doxepin for 378 days. Initially, about 10 months a day 2x 50 mg. The drug has a calming effect on my mood, but not against the anxiety. Because of the many side effects (blurred vision, headache, loss of appetite, sweating, nightmares, nausea, diarrhea, cardiovascular disorders, circulatory disorders, thirst, dry nasal membranes and itchy skin), I reduced from the 11 month to 50 mg. That’s almost me fast driving down I got the worst suicidal thoughts and therefore take it until now (13.Month) involuntarily weiter.Werde but try in very small steps to get rid of it.I think so in 6 mg steps.I do not dare more quickly.And then that Unfortunately, there is still no sensible remedy (except for benzodiazepines), no side effects, for the unbearable fears. And Benzo’s addictive addiction. Have also tried in recent decades tens of preparations (Aurorix, Saroten, Cipramil, Mirtazepin and v.a.) Could not tolerate all the agents and had the strongest side effects.

  3. Alicia R. Baird says:
    3.5 rating

    Doxepin for Sleep disorders; Depression

    Citalopram: I got the drug prescribed by my psychologist because of anxiety and panic attacks and depression. In the beginning I had many symptoms. Low blood pressure with dizziness, diarrhea, fatigue without end, loss of appetite, headache, trembling, increased anxiety, no desire for sex and sweats. I immediately went to the psychologist and told her about it. She had complete understanding and gave me a sedative injection (stopped for about 2 weeks). After about 1 week, all symptoms were gone, except for the low blood pressure. But that’s ok. What I have from time to time in the morning is a shiver. Take Citalopram rather evening. before going to bed. Since I had to fight with the dizziness at the beginning and so did not hear much about it. I realized correctly how it got better after about 2 weeks and now, after 4 weeks, everything works fine again. Doxepin: I also got from the psychologist. because I could not sleep at night because of my sweats. She first recommended to start with 2 or 3 tablets. But I first get one with. Where then cih noticed that it was enough. She also said she should take between 18 and 19 o’clock. What I did in the beginning, but then I got so tired (between 8pm and 9pm) that I decided to take it around 8pm. I had no side effects.

  4. Brenda M. Brooks says:
    4.5 rating

    Doxepin for Depression

    Doxepin is an antifungal antidepressant that has a sleep-inducing effect. Sure it works for each person individually, I can only report from my experience. I took Doxepin 50 mg for 6 weeks in the evening, it was supposed to make me sleep-inducing, and it did quite well. I fell asleep quickly, but my dreams were very wild and I had a headache the next morning. In addition, I’ve gained eight kl in this time, even if I’m quite slim, I did not want to take it, because I did not know where the weight now ends. The only good thing was that I fell asleep very quickly, that’s all. My depression did not improve, but I think I should have taken this medicine longer. I dropped it off because of the weight and the headache.

  5. 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