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Re: Effexor Withdrawal is Serious

Posted by Sean9 on April 1, 2003, at 11:18:54

In reply to Re: Effexor Withdrawal is Serious, posted by dongerue on March 24, 2003, at 16:40:43


Do you think you were given fair notice that quitting Effexor could include the severity of withdrawal symptoms you experienced?
You mentioned quitting cigarettes (which I know is really tough) and how Effexor is more difficult to quit. Isn't it amazing that this product is advertised as non-addictive. Forget the technical meaning of 'addicitive', did you think prior to taking Effexor that it would be tougher to quit than smoking? At least they advertise the level of addicitiveness of smoking today (oh yea, but the makers of cigarettes didn't do that when they first came out, interesting comparison to how the makers of Effexor advertise).
I think somethign should be done.
The FDA Med Watch Report, online complaint form:




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