Urinary frequency effect of Fluoxetine

We have 572 consumer reports for Fluoxetine. Urinary frequency effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Urinary frequency side effect for Fluoxetine

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Average weight in Lbs
138.89
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Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
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Average age
37
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Fluoxetine Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 572 reported about Urinary frequency

  1. Harold S. Sharp says:
    3.5 rating

    Fluoxetine for Burnout syndrome; Depression

    Headaches, hair loss, blurred vision, sleep disorders, loss of libido, fatigue, personality changes, aggressive behavior The first three weeks were hell with headaches, sleep disturbances, nightmares, sweats, palpitations, urinary urgency and howling cramps. After four weeks of taking recovery with euphoric conditions and a nice feeling. After 12 weeks of ingestion worsening with blurred vision, loss of libido, severe hair loss, crying cramps. After 16 weeks of ingestion, complete listlessness, pronounced Messie syndrome, personality change, aggressive behavior.

  2. Eileen R. Perez says:
    4.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Borderline; Depression

    I am very happy with this drug and even if it sounds pathetic: It has saved my life! For many years, I have resisted anything but homeopathy, but my family doctor and psychiatrist have convinced me that it would be very useful in my case. I used to have bad cramps sometimes over weeks and a strong death longing, which made me particularly hard to work in the workplace. Effect: I can overcome bad moods thanks to the drug faster today. Unfortunately, the borderline-typical lack of impulse control does not affect it, but I highly recommend it to anyone who is severely depressed and worried about taking medication. This does not happen here, at least not with me and there fluoxetine is also not known for. Side effects: Yawning, urination (!) I notice that sometimes and tiredness. Although all the doctors say that it should be taken in the morning, I take it in the evening, I can sleep wonderfully and have no hangover feeling in the morning. When taking in the morning it was different, because I was extremely tired and could have popped his head on the table. At the very beginning I felt inner restlessness and a certain fidgetiness, in case of accidental overdose internal convulsions. All in all, I find fluoxetine very well tolerated, but the positive qualities outweigh it. I hope so, that stays that way. For me, I do not plan to drop off. I have spent too many years with cramps and longing for death, and I do not want to give up my current stability. If I had tried to sneak out a drug (such as opipramol) like before (before fluexetine) I felt so bad again, I was crying again, could not think positive thoughts and see no meaning in my life. I think my brain metabolism just needs this support. I would only stop if I was privately in a happier situation. I have lived alone for years, the only reason I can feel safe in a relationship is to try it without medication. As a longtime lone fighter and the death of many lifelines I need the medical support and can only encourage anyone who sees his life in the end, to try it here. The drug has been researched for decades and it has helped many. Me too luckily too.

    Side effects: Urinary frequency; Fatigue
  3. Irene R. Graham says:
    5.0 rating

    Fluoxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Take because of an obsessive-compulsive disorder now for 2 months 20mg. The obsessive thoughts are gone for the moment and I get along better with being people. Unfortunately, the side effects are quite extreme. I can barely sleep through. I’m dead tired but can not sleep. My friend escapes almost every night because I’m so restless. I can barely keep my feet still and have the feeling I have a bum in my chest … so an inner turmoil. If I sleep then it is a maximum of 3 hours in the piece, in which I have pretty real-acting dreams and after waking up also demensprechend is a boon. Sometimes when I wake up I’m not even sure if I’ve dreamed it or if it’s real. In addition, I constantly have to go to the toilet at night … or have the feeling of having to have a constant bladder infection, although it is hardly possible after such a short time. However, the worst is sleep disorders. I can not get up in the morning and often post appointments. I’m always tired and feel so often at noon as broken as after a long day. I would be glad if I can give jmd tips vllt what you can do with sleep disorders with fluoxetine …. I’m already thinking of whether I should just settle …