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Re: Reducing Celexa

Posted by Bill L on July 18, 2001, at 9:42:12

In reply to Reducing Celexa, posted by Cass on July 18, 2001, at 1:01:18

Why are you reducing it? A dose of 40 mg of Celexa is not considered to be excessive. Anytime that you reduce an AD it is common to have side effects such as you mentioned. Give it a couple of weeks. If you still have trouble sleeping and other bad effects, manbe you should consider going back up to 40 mg.

> My doctor suggested reducing my Celexa from 40 mg. to 20mg. a day. I reduced it somewhat gradually. My problem is that now I have insomnia. It takes me a long time to fall asleep, and I'm taking Lorazapam to help, but I do NOT want to get addicted to that. I'm also clenching my jaw more, and I often feel like my core temperature is too low. It's a strange cold feeling. I also feel spaced out. What are other people's experiences?




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