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Diagnosed with depression, taken deanxit, dizzy, tired, sleepy so stopped. Any suggestions?

hi i was diagnosed with depression and took deanxit for a period of 6 months and after that i was relatively better. Now after a period of 10 years i always feel tired and need a nap midday i either feel dizzy or fatigued or nauseated . I sleep a lot but always feel tired . i have frequent headaches . what i do is take a deanxit tablet from time to time but it makes me feel very sleepy. so i stop the next day. Please tell me what to do.
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Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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dear user
as per u, you had deanxit 10 years back .

u took for 6 month and u were well .
now u are feeling everytime dizziness , are current symptom similar to previous which u experienced 10 year back .

u should consult to your doctor . might be suffering from similar illness .
get complete examination .
u may be anemic , go for CBC complete hectogram .
go for thyroid profile to rule out hypothyroidism .

hope this will help u .

dr neha
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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