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Panic attacks, dizziness, derealization syndrome. Prescribed nexito plus, headaches, constricted pupils. Continue medication?

Hi Doctor, I was having panic attack and feeling like everything happening around is unreal and kindoff dizziness(to to very great extent affecting my daily activities). I consulted a psychiatrist , and he prescribed Nexito plus (5mg) for derealization syndrome . After taking tablets for 2 days(one tablet each night) iam feeling headache , heaviness in the and constricted pupils. Is Nexito Plus very harmful? Iam feeling very uncomfortable though my Panic Attacks have come down. Should i continue this medicine?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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As i can understand your problem
Tablet Naxito Plus is not very harmful. As you are facing some side effect these are some common side effect as you written and nausea vomiting fatigue sweating musckle stiffness. but contriction of pupil is not common side effect . Though you should continue the medicine . Body may get adoptation for medicine . after some time usually side effect may subsides.
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Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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