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Re: Extreme edema, Effexor withdrawal or Wellbutrin?

Posted by terra miller on May 24, 2001, at 23:24:38

In reply to Extreme edema, Effexor withdrawal or Wellbutrin?, posted by mvaureen on May 23, 2001, at 23:58:22

> I need to know if anyone is familiar with extreme swelling of the lower legs, fingers, ankles during withdrawal from Effexor or starting Wellbutrin. I'm have terrible pain in my legs and ankles. I can't wear my shoes anymore. What on earth can be causing this?

I had this reaction with serzone. My hands and feet, legs and arms swelled. I couldn't get up high enough to the therapeutic dose. But it's the wellbutrin. By the way, I am taking only wellbutrin now and I'm fine. See how meds effect people differently? Listen to your body. It really sounds like you're reacting to the wellbutrin.

take care, terra




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