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Crying all the time

Posted by Mary Beth on May 4, 1999, at 14:24:16

In reply to Re: Effexor Tolerance, posted by Mark on March 25, 1999, at 6:06:27

After about 5 years on Prozac (it stopped working) I was on 150 mg. of Effexor for about 2 years.

I stopped the Effexor upon agreement with my Dr. that things are going very well and I might as well try it on my own. I went to the 75 mg. dose for 1 week, now I've been off entirely for 4 days.

I am having physical symptoms...the shocks when I move my head (not painful but almost dizzying). Also feel exhausted and stupid. I'm willing to wait those out...

What has me worried is the crying, or being ready to cry at any time. When I read something sad in the paper. When I read something happy in the paper. When I see something poignant on TV. I'm not talking about Touched by an Angel here...but just everyday "feel good" stories about the guy who turned in a lost wallet that he found.

Has anyone else had this emotional wackiness, and does it last?

Thanks! Mary Beth




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