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Is dizziness and fatigue a side effect of the medicine?

Hi I am taking Nexito 30mg and clonozepam 1 mg for my anxiety and depression problems from past 1 month. Initial 3 weeks I had suicidal thoughts I dont have it now. I am having heavy dizziness and fatigue . Is this the side effect of this medicine let me know when this will go away?
Mon, 16 Dec 2019
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Hello,

I think the dizziness and fatigue is related to your primary problems for which both nexito and clonazepam were prescribed. Once they will get settled, dizziness and fatigue will get settled too. However, if I was your caring doctor would recommend to run a few diagnostic tests to rule out:
- Anemia (complete blood count)
- Liver / kidney problems (liver / kidney function test)
- Blood electrolytes deficiencies (should check their levels)
Some of my patients with the same health problems as you, do also experience lack of appetite or refuse to eat, ending up with above-mentioned problems. Discuss this further with your caring doctor.


Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Albana Sejdini, General & Family Physician
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Is dizziness and fatigue a side effect of the medicine?

Hello, I think the dizziness and fatigue is related to your primary problems for which both nexito and clonazepam were prescribed. Once they will get settled, dizziness and fatigue will get settled too. However, if I was your caring doctor would recommend to run a few diagnostic tests to rule out: - Anemia (complete blood count) - Liver / kidney problems (liver / kidney function test) - Blood electrolytes deficiencies (should check their levels) Some of my patients with the same health problems as you, do also experience lack of appetite or refuse to eat, ending up with above-mentioned problems. Discuss this further with your caring doctor. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Albana Sejdini, General & Family Physician