Citalopram for Borderline treatment

We have 1383 consumer reports for treatment of Borderline with Citalopram. Borderline used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Borderline for Citalopram

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
149.77
207.23

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
35
38

Citalopram Circle Diagram 42 consumers of 1383 reported about Borderline

  1. Shelia R. Camp says:
    3.0 rating

    Citalopram for Thyroid dysfunction; Pain (back); Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    I tolerate Mydocalm relatively well. I do NOT take it regularly, but only in acute cases. In addition, take other medications, but for back pain, generally Mydocalm. Now and then a certain amount of fatigue sets in, which is certainly also dependent on the shape of the day and the other medi’s. I take citalopram for almost 1 year and am very satisfied with it. I have no side effects. I’m still skeptical about zopiclone. Meanwhile, I can not sleep without Zopiclon, I feel the next day usually a little blown.

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Hannah D. Hardiman says:
    3.5 rating

    Citalopram for Stress; Mood swings; Post-traumatic stress disorder; Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    For about 2 years I get (with a short break) promethazine (currently 50mg). The dose may be too low, because until I get tired, it takes hours, fears hardly go away and the restlessness is not gone quickly. But when I get calmer and calm down, sleep is usually reasonably good, sometimes very good. Citalopram I get for about 1 year, currently 15mg (were times 10mg, sometimes 20mg). Compatibility is actually quite good, but I do not really know if it really is due to the drug, that sometimes I feel a little better, or if it is simply because psychotherapy is making progress. Sometimes I still have my break-ins, as well as the mood swings. Tavor I get only as an emergency drug, then in 1-2mg. It usually brings an improvement and the side effects are not more important than the effect, but it is not really recommended because it has addictive potential. If only in emergency situations and not permanently! For people with addictive problems sometimes less suitable, where I also have a phlebotomy addictive, but which does not necessarily refer to addiction-promoting remedies. Remestan sometimes works after hours, sometimes not at all – depending on the tension and restlessness, I still do not sleep or not sleep much. For some people, it may be useful to know that it has somehow sensory side effects (weird mouthfeel, other sensations are somehow different), but this is not important to me as long as it works and the side effects are not threatening, no permanent damage leave behind or even deadly.

    Side effects: Dependence
  3. Carol L. Temple says:
    4.0 rating

    Citalopram for Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Side effect Seroquel: heavy weight gain, heavy addiction (already after one week of use), lethargy, circulatory problems / breakdowns; Secondary reaction Tavor: no side effect Citalopram ratiopharm: only at the beginning of therapy: severe restlessness; only on discontinuation of therapy: severe restlessness, dizziness, malaise, poor reaction time, blurred vision, dry mouth, as if packed in cotton; Side effects Citalopram: only at the beginning of therapy: very strong clockness, dizziness, nausea, blurred vision, increased blood pressure, nervousness, dry mouth; Side-effects during weaning: inner restlessness, malaise, withdrawal symptoms;

  4. Marni L. Martell says:
    3.5 rating

    Citalopram for Borderline; Depression

    Side effect venlafaxine: weight gain, headache, dullness Side Effect Citalopram: very severe headache Side Effect Edronax: nausea, hammering headache Side Effect Sertraline: Water retention

  5. Michael B. Davis says:
    4.5 rating

    Citalopram for Fatigue; Borderline; Depression

    I was put on citalopram 40mg a few weeks ago during my inpatient stay in a psychiatric ward. a whole in the morning, at lunch then another half. The side effects were very unpleasant for me at the beginning: -Very sweaty hands -unacceptable taste in the mouth -Fatigue -Studious yawning -Loss of sexual pleasure -Orgasmus disorders (even more) -Orientierungsstörungen after waking up -My testicles have shrunk (not forever, but they were smaller for a while) I used to take Cipralex for a while, to which I reacted immediately and without any side effects. Citalopram has caused a lot of side effects on me, as I can see, but I can say that all these side effects have completely disappeared within the first two weeks. Continuing tuen still my orgasm disorders, I sometimes need despite a lot of excitement quite a long time until I come to the climax. I hope that will change soon. On the whole, however, I am very satisfied with this drug. Since then, my depression has completely disappeared and I can master my everyday life without any problems. 🙂

  6. Louise S. Fitzgerald says:
    5.0 rating

    Citalopram for Borderline

    I got 20mg right away, and then it was extremely cranky and hibbelig, my pupils were permanently huge (so it was really no placebo effect). After a week, this has returned to normal, my mood was better, but then started other side effects: loss of appetite, weight loss, nervousness and tension, aggressiveness, major problems sleeping, hot flashes and sweating. After another 2 weeks, the effect has greatly decreased, my doctor has increased the dose, but I’m still very tired, driveless, sleep about 12 hours a day and have extreme hunger (despite the whole food but not too), my Mood is very bad, I have a very strong desire to hurt myself (I have not had that for a long time, especially not so much). Last but not least, citalopram beats me extremely on the libido, I want to sex more often from the head than without medication, but physically does nothing, and I can not come to orgasm anymore. I hope the higher dose starts working in a few days and lifts my mood, otherwise I do not do this with all the side effects anymore

    Side effects: Nervousness; Weight loss; Anorexia