So to add to my Amitriptyline woes of excessive weight gain, which you all kindly answered… How about another Amitriptyline conondrum?! :lol:
When I first started Ami, I thought it was doing a good job… However, when I went back to work for a few hours a day, I started to notice that I felt worse. I was increasing my working day by 1 hour each week- I’m now back to 10am-6pm, but when I got to 12noon-6pm, I started to feel much mroe symptomatic.
At this point, I increased the Ami from 20mg to 25mg.
So far, I still feel pretty crap. :evil: Now, I don’t know if this is because of the increased time spent in front of my computer at work, or whether my body has become used to the Ami. **My question is, has that happened to anyone? Does yourbody become immune to Ami? If so, would an increase in dose not help? **
Unfortunately, I have to work, so although logic tells me it’s probably the working environment thats making me worse, its not a variable which I can change… :-/ Therefore I’m looking to the variables I can change…
Argh good god, just when you think you’re getting somewhere with this rubbish, you get a smack in the face (figuratively speaking!) and are whacked 10 paces back. :oops:
Seeing neuro Friday- hopeing to change the Ami in dose/change the drug/swallow a magic pill to cure me. Yeah right.