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Thread: Best mirtazapine dose

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    Default Best mirtazapine dose

    I know this will differ for everyone, but Iím wondering if anyone saw an improvement in flushing when moving above 15 mg? I have been on it maybe 3 weeks now and I think itís helping some, but Iím not seeing huge differences. I donít know if I just give it more time to get the best result or if a slightly higher dose is more likely to work better. I am also taking it for antidepressant/antianxiety effects and I guess would say the same about that- itís better I think, but not a huge change yet.

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    Default Anyone?

    Just curious if someone had 15mg not really work much for flushing, but a higher dose work. I know too low or too high seems counterproductive for the flushing control...

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