Mucosal dryness effect of Doxepin

We have 334 consumer reports for Doxepin. Mucosal dryness effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Mucosal dryness side effect for Doxepin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
134.48
160.94

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
6′ 1″

Average age
50
30

Doxepin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 334 reported about Mucosal dryness

  1. Vicki G. Garcia says:
    4.0 rating

    After morphine, Lyrica, Tilidine etc I finally have something against the pain, which helps: 25mg Doxepin. Due to the strong side effects, I rarely trust in Doxepin ran. 5 days were the longest I endured. Side effects: Shortly after taking drowsiness, not necessarily unpleasant. Then I can sleep fast, but wake up very quickly, then begins a night of horror. Sleepless, restless, anxious to paranoid, if I can fall asleep, I only sleep at the minute, with the worst nightmares. The next day I’m muddy and listless, somehow wide. My nose is so dry that it hurts, I feel like I’m getting flu. Increased salivation, I think is good. Until now, after each intake, small abscesses have grown in my groin which, after weaning, quickly rise (pus or sac) or simply disappear. More inflamed pimples on the face. Weight gain I can not judge, I take the tablets too rarely I think. Habs today with 12.5 mg tried, I am not so dizzy, nose is dry and hurts, still helps well against the pain. Let’s see how the night is .. The side effects seem to be very different for this drug from person to person.

  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.