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Brain Zaps Mary-Teresa

Posted by IsoM on December 14, 2001, at 16:32:42

In reply to Re: Thank you IsoM, posted by Mary-Teresa on December 14, 2001, at 14:18:05

I'm able to function even with these brain zaps as they're not as bad as when I completely stopped Paxil before. Then I couldn't function & just laid in bed not moving at all to minimize the feelings.

When I was young, I shot up a couple of times, & the best way to describe my zaps are they feel like a VERY powerful, but very short rush, whooshing from my brain down my body a total of a second or two only, but extremely unpleasant. It feels like a really horrid adrenaline rush a person feels in extreme fear but hits & passes very quickly. When I was off the Paxil completely, it was happening as much as 5-8 times a minute - then sometimes I'd go a few minutes between zaps.

No, for me, they don't pulsate or throb. My head did though with the headaches that were often there with the zaps.

> > Hi IsoM, Thank you for replying to my post. What do you mean by brain zaps? I have a pulsating that seems to come from the back of my head, and spasms that seem to be at the back. Do zaps puslate? Are you able to function. I'm not doing so well in that dept?
> Mary


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