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    An_190252 posted:
    can someone out there help? I was taking effexor 150mg twice a day i got switched to venlafaxine 75mg because of insurrance a couple of months ago an now the pill has got a very bitter taste an i also am having concentration problems big time along with some very awful thoughts which i never had before plz hellp me
     
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    alonealonealone responded:
    Call your doctor right away and tell him/her - especially about the awful thoughts. If you're doctor's office is closed and you cannot deal with the awful thoughts, please go to the emergency room, let them know what you are taking and the symptoms you are experiencing. When in doubt, call 911 or go to the emergency room. Don't worry about feeling silly or embarrassed, just GO.


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