helo I am male 31yoa, I just went to a Doctor about having possible anxiety and or panic attacks. My job is very stressful and I seem to be worse during the week while at work but it sometimes happens on weekends too. I have been getting lightheaded for approximately 3 years now and all the medical test have came back normal.(????) So my doctor sent me to theri. and to talk with a phy. He gave me Luvox 150mg on Monday. I took the one pill that night and starting late yesterday had sever hot flahes on the torso area of body and pressure in head, VERY LIGHTHEADED and sick feeling. I DID NOT take another pill last night due to this. HAS ANYONE EVER HAD A PROBLEM LIKE THIS WITH THIS MEDICINE?? I also have very weird and scary dreams last night. Just trying to figure all this mess out. Thanks for any help
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