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Severe anxiety, frustration, dangerous thoughts. Taking mitraz, solzam, zyven-od. Side effects of medication?

I was suffering from severe anxiety problem due to frustration at my work place and used to have worst and dangerous thoughts. My doctor after examining has advised MIRTAZ 7.5 (2 tablets night), SOLZAM (twice a day) and ZYVEN-OD 100mg (1 tablet night). My anxiety has reduced a little but still not completely. What are side-effects of this dosage? I am feeling my memory power getting reduced. Please advise.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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I am sorry that you had to face such an anxiety.

The medicines that you have been prescribed are right and they are prescribed in correct dosage. You need to continue to take them regularly. Complete cure will take some time to occur.

The common side effects with these three drugs are drowsiness, nausea, constipation, fine tremors, headache, and confusion, loss of libido, motor dysfunction, dependence, visual disturbances and weight gain.

A potentially fatal adverse drug reaction is Respiratory depression.

All the three drugs do not affect memory, so you should not worry about it.

You will be fine soon.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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