sometimes it takes trial+error when it comes to meds also these types of pills take time to help regulate your symptoms and the side effects come and go how long have you been taking your pills and at what frequency do you take them the best thing i can say i s be patient ok :)
nate i was on ativan you have to give it time to transition and for your body to get used to it upping your dose is not a good idea cyourself because you could go into respitory arrest ativan in large doses affects your breathing and can slow it dow badly if you take to much talk to your doc maybe its just not the right med for you be careful and good luck my friend
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