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Malaise

Side Effects: Severe and sudden onset of depression, so-called "abnormal thinking," severe fatigue and muscle soreness, dizzyness, nausea, general malaise .

I am a 29-year-old female, prescr...


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Malaise

Side Effects: I took .25 mg, after taking .12 for several days. It kept me wide awake and made me so sick I was vomiting violently all night long.

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Malaise

... increased my dosage to 500mg daily, spread throughout the day, but I feel worse. I feel labored breathing, a mental foginess but yet edgy and nervous inside. A general malaise and some depression. ...


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