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Re: Crisis - but not depressed (yet)

Posted by PL on October 25, 1999, at 8:40:31

In reply to Crisis - but not depressed (yet), posted by Racer on October 22, 1999, at 17:01:10

I think that MOST people have a hard time with Effexor withdrawal. I had to stop it because it increased my blood pressure and TMJ. I knew of its withdrawal effects, but I wanted to save money and not get another script for the lower dosage (I had 75's). I started taking it every other day, then every third day; at the every fourth day I started to get the withdrawel, but was on a roll and WAS NOT going to give in to this. I took a left over Prozac and had no problem aftfer that (except for a rapid return of major depression.) Any hoo, if you have any left over meds, you might try that. Prozac is especially good because of its long half life.

And good luck with you diabetes. Hope you are under control by now.

And to the people out there that take everything to personally or think they know the best, give it a break. I think its OK to vent but please don't pick on people. I know what thats like. I was a black sheep of my family, my school until I became an Adult. Let people speak their minds and give the rest of us the credit to weed out the good from the bad. We are not idiots and do not need someone to monitor what is comunicated to us.




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