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    need a doctor to let me now about a med
    kc2010wv posted:
    my husband takes this med called mirtazapine and was wondering if there is a higher dosage because he thinks that is what he needs a higher dosage but didn't know if there was one we tryed to look it up but could not find it...please let us know thanks it would be of much help
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    Sandy531955 responded:
    Not a doctor but look under Remeron. I have known people to take up to as much as 60mg a day. But you should aways ask your doctor before increasing medication. Good luck
    susiemargaret responded:
    hello, K --

    there has been a short discussion on this Q at ; you may want to take a look at that.

    -- susie margaret
    what good is gold, or silver too, if your heart's not good and true -- hank williams, sr.
    Thomas L Schwartz, MD responded:
    max dose in my practice is 45mg

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