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    Re: day 39 and day 22 on 60mg

    Quote Originally Posted by panic_down_under View Post
    It is still a little early for the med to kick-in fully, but hopefully it should begin improving your daytime mood within the next 2-3 weeks, Paul. I'm guessing you're usually an evening person as improvement often begins at the time of day we're typically at our best.
    Roll on next week cus the days are getting longer and the crying is getting worse. Just feel so hopless and isloated. been on this since 15th oct and 4.5 weeks on 60mg.

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    Re: day 39 and day 22 on 60mg

    Quote Originally Posted by Sober2000june View Post
    Just feel so hopless and isloated. been on this since 15th oct and 4.5 weeks on 60mg.
    You're probably now at the cusp of getting a result with most beginning to see some improvement at between 5-7 weeks.
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