When to take Prozac....?
The doctor who prescribed it to me said to take it everyday after breakfast. But the past few days I've been having a messed up sleeping schedule, so I'm wondering how I should take it? Everyday at the same time or everyday after breakfast (Which is not at the same time each day).
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
What's about not take it at all?
Summary of All Adverse Reaction Reports for Prozac (Fluoxetine)
Note - these are not all adverse reactions - only those most serious.
Depression Suicidal/Suicidal Ideations: 113
Attempted Suicides (not completed): 65
Completed Suicides: 187
Deaths (not from Suicide): 34
Homicidal Ideations: 12
I would recommend you to watch following DVD that is available online if you have fast internet. It's told by psychiatrists, psychologists and people who worked for pharmaceutical companies. It informs you - beside other things - about side effects that are not often being told by psychiatrists. It also suggests an alternative in the end. When you then make a decision to take antidepressants, you may be better prepared, educated and understand what's going on when you encounter some bad side effects. I would say that these information are actually vital.
The link sounds a little scary - that’s because many antidepressants have suicidal thoughts and impulses as side effects which you can also read inside the pack of some antidepressants.
Watch trailer 1:55 min (DVD free to watch on-line)
The whole DVD
Fox News about pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly (Prozac, Zyprexa and others)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I've been taking Prozac for a few years now. You have to find what works for you. I would suggest taking it everyday at the same time. For some people ( like my dad) it makes them sleepy so they take it every night, for others it makes them jumpy or jittery ( that's me) so I take it every morning around 9. once and a while if you're off by a bit no big deal but especially while your body is adjusting to it try and take it at the same time everyday.Source(s): Prozac needer
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Can psychiatrists help you? Are there any cures in psychiatry today? How many people have been cured? What are your chances?
Check it for yourself - hear it from interviewed psychiatrists.
5 minutes video
50 sec public announcement
Is there any difference in how diagnosis are made in medicine and psychiatry?
Check it for yourself. 2 minutes video.