Sometimes I get in a hurry and forget to take my prozac. The only side effects from that is feeling hyper and very talkitive. Now...yesterday I experienced a panic attack because it was a slow day where I work and I guess I had nothing to do but think. (I'm thinking about going back to work at walmart since the holiday season is coming in and its going to be busy). I like drinking coffee...but I figured with the prozac it'd be dangerous to mix caffeinie with prozac. Well...i guess drinking coffee kills the whole point of taking prozac. My doctor said I could go off the prozac whenever I felt like it but it WORKS and I feel that just GOING OFF it suddenly would really screw me up. Help!!!
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