Do not take more or less of it or take it more often than prescribed by your doctor.
Common Questions and Answers about Prozac morning or night
Available for Android and iOS devices. I pray someone will be able to give you a more substantial answer. This increases the levels of serotonin between the cells to send messag.
But sure, give it a try, no harm in it. It will reach a steady level in your blood after taking for a couple weeks and will work throughout the day and night.
He's been on a full dose for about 10 days but he's getting more and more tired.
Good luck with the new med, hopefully it will do exactly what you need it to, Laurie Votes: I didn't experience the side affects you've had with Prozac,but I did experience side a affect with Prozac. MP can you repost it for Patti plz Report this.
This very forum also has a website, the one directly below the site mentioned. One of the possible side-effects with Prozac is a flu-like feeling. Okay, another thing I'm contemplating is trying to take my Fluoxetine at night instead of the morning.
I have not experienced any sleep issues yet but I do take zopiclone which gives me a good nights sleep.
He also said I could come off of anti- depressants all together if I want to. However, due to the way the nerve cells regulate their own activity, the amount of serotonin released by the nerve cells increases slowly over time. After a few months of taking both in the morning I realized I was very sleepy all day and I stopped taking them both, as I have 3 kids and I just cant afford to be that tired all day Thanks for your input Endless Pred!
Well I am pill squeemish and didnt want to take the Prozac until I was off the Metoprolol. Other uses for this medicine What special precautions should I follow? They keep your immune system running and help to balance the chemical imbalance so my sources tell me.
My doctor just increased me to 80 mg. Zoloft - Having some issues with worry, stress, anxiety, pmdd, my doctor prescribed Prozac.
Just a very quick reply to thank you all for your posts This seems like a general pattern.