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    Clomipramine Increase?

    Hi

    3 1/2 months ago I started to take clomipramine against GAD, agoraphobia and panic attacks. Clomi helps against anxiety, unlike other AD. But I'm still not well. I take 150mg. Unfortunately, it does not seem completely against my axiety and panic attacks and I have only slight. Makes an increase to 200mg sense or can I expect no stronger effect anymore?

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    Re: Clomipramine Increase?

    In my experience clomipramine takes time to make you feel really well - for me it took 6 months to a year. So maybe just give it some time...

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    Re: Clomipramine Increase?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: Clomipramine Increase?

    Hi Pummeluff
    I am on a low dose (20mg) of clompramine and it was just about keeping me well. However I have been feeling low and anxious again and so I am going to up my dose and see how I go. How do you find such a high dose? Do you have side effects?
    I do find clomipramine helpful.

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