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    An_267785 posted:
    Effexor causes me to sweat excessively from my head I am a women is there other medicine( took paxell went out of my mind)
     
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    daynas1234 responded:
    I take Effexor 150 mg and i sweat a lot too, Have you tried talking to your doctor about a medication change. And also if you stay on Effexor it helps to drink plenty of water.
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    Daynas1234 brings up a good point. Have you spoken to your doctor about a medication change?

    In the meantime, read more about the side effects of Effexor here . Also, be sure to read the user reviews of Effexor. You might be able to find other users who have experienced similar symptoms who have found a solution. There are 500 user reviews to read here .

    Please be sure to update us once you've spoken to your doctor.


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