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Patient of hyper-thyroid, thyroid keeps fluctuating. Pain in neck and shoulder, why?

I am a patient of hyper- thyroid , however my thyroid keeps fluctuating after every few months. during the dosage adjustment i hv continuos pains in the back of my head, base of the right neck and right neck and shoulder . my dr gives me feliz s 10 mtg, i feel better. he advices me to take one every night. how long can /should i take this medicine? my email id is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank you for asking on HCM!
I read carefully your concern.
Feliz is an antidepressant that usually is used for some months to treat depression, panic attacks, anxiety, chronic pain ect.
At least a six months period is suggested for the treatment of depression.
If it was recommended for the pain it may be used for a couple of months. You should consult with your treating physician how long to use it.
Hope the information will help.
Kind regards,
Answered: Thu, 23 Feb 2017
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