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20 hours ago · Does anyone have experience with Mirtazapine? in Depression & Anxiety

Thanks for your concern. He decided not to take any further, after that first night. It actually took him three full days to recover – from a 15MG!!!!
Have you been having any luck?

3 days ago · Does anyone have experience with Mirtazapine? in Depression & Anxiety

His doctor prescribed him 30 day – 15 mg tablets. He took one tablet Wednesday night before bed. He woke up "goofy", so after breakfast he took a nap, then after lunch he took a nap, in the afternoon he took a nap, and then he was falling asleep as we were watching tv, around 8:30pm. He woke up a couple of times during the night, and slept till about 5:30am. It was like a complete wasted day for him. He told me yesterday afternoon that he is not going to take any more. Today he is still listless. I told him to drink a lot of water to get it out of his system.
Has anyone else responded like this? Also, is this supposed to treat depression? He was wondering how others are reacting to this Mirtazapine – because it is not too good for him. He has also tried Melatonin 1mg, & 5 mg- he also gets the droosie, goofy feelings but not this bad. He tried some crystal drink at bedtime, and same. Guess he just can't adjust to these things.
Thanks for everyone's thoughts and comments.

4 days ago · Does anyone have experience with Mirtazapine? in Depression & Anxiety

My husband has trouble staying asleep so he received a prescription for 10 mg Mirtazapine. Seems like all the info shows lots of side effects, etc. does anyone have any comments on this drug? Thanks!

5 days ago · Does anyone have experience with Mirtazapine? in Depression & Anxiety

My husband has trouble staying asleep, and falling back to sleep when he awakens during the night. It concerns him, but we wouldn’t say that he is depressed. He had heard about Mirtazapine for sleeping. His doctor prescribed 15 mg. Has anyone had side effects, or depression while taking Mirapine? Is it more for depression, than for sleeping? Thanks for your feedback.

Wed, Feb 13 8:05pm · Rosacea in Autoimmune Diseases

I am sorry to hear about your son. I'm still not sure of why I have this itch, but just learned to live with it. I understand that spicy foods exacerbates roseacea, as well as washing with hot water. Sometimes I think cheese might cause a flare up of itching. Sorry I can't be of more help. But I'll be thinking of your son.

Sun, Jan 13 1:10pm · Could my itchy face an allergy? in Skin Health

Thank you to everyone who has responded with ideas and suggestions! I have been studying the options that were given to me, and it has been very helpful. I do appreciate all the support!

Sun, Jan 13 1:09pm · Could my itchy face an allergy? in Skin Health

Thanks so much jeanne5009! And I feel your itch as well! Sorry to hear about your itch spots, etc. I appreciate all the tips you have given me. AS a result I am more aware of ideas to follow: rosacea, histamines, etc. My itch is only located on the left side of my nose, so I am fortunate that it hasn't spread. I will keep studying so I can get to the bottom of this. And I wish you well in your search for relief.

Sun, Jan 13 1:05pm · Could my itchy face an allergy? in Skin Health

Good Morning Gardeningjunkie and Thank You so much for all of your insight. I am so sorry to hear of you symptoms, and trials. I have done some studying as a result of your info, on histamines, and I believe that you might have something there. I have tried otc anti-histamines periodically and they seemed to help a little. I have also been reading more about roseacea- which causes the same symptoms, although as I've mentioned, I do not have an rashe, and the itch is only located on the left side of my nose. I am noticing that red wine, cheese, and spicy foods may make the itch a bit worse. So I will keep studying. I am also using a little witch hazel on my affected area, as well as petroleum jelly which have both been recommended, and seem to be helping a bit. So, Thank You again for your concern, and advice. Most appreciated.