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    switching med day to night, need advice

    HI all,

    I am on statriline I have been on before and used to take it during the day. Well I just started taking it again and it makes me very sluggish all day and at night I can't sleep. So I didn't take it today and am going to try it tonight, has this worked for anyone? I have only been on it a week and a half. Any info would be great.
    Thanx Tina

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    Re: switching med day to night, need advice

    Hi

    Im on sertraline and i always take mine at nite. i prefer it that way

    mandie x

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    Re: switching med day to night, need advice

    I tried taking it at night and I couldn't sleep. I take it in the morning now and it does make me feel tired during the day (especially since I've increased it) but it's better than not sleeping at night. You have to try it and see what suits you the best.
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