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    Vortioxetine

    I've just been started on Vortioxetine. As it is fairly newish and not a first line antidepressant I have been finding it hard to gather much user experience.
    I'm on day 2 and so far haven't noticed any side effects which is amazing as I had so many with my last regime. I am always hopeful that this may be the one, so hopefully this time it will be.
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    Librarian and chief holder of antiquities and biscuits Jaquaia's Avatar
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    I've been on it about a year and a half now and had exactly the same problem
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    It seems to have really helped you Jaq?
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    It has enormously. I don't think I'd let them take me off it now.
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    That's awesome.
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    I've been on this a week now. I haven't had any side effects other than feeling a bit more tired than usual but I feel I'm sleeping a bit better which is a plus. It's early days and I'm not feeling much lift in my mood but because my sleep is a bit better I'm able to think things thru a bit better. Staying hopeful.
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    That sounds a really good start to taking them sweetie x
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    I only started feeling an improvement at 15mgs
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    Hopeful is good!
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    Its a positive start, lovely, and Im proud of you for seeing that
    The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.

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