As I set here typing this I'm crying like a baby. My Dr started me on Lamical 2 weeks ago and told me to take 1 75mg effexor at night, well I ran out of efferox and its been 6 days with none. I dont know how much longer I can take it.....crying all the time. feeling very dizzy and can bearly drive. I'm having the worst dreams kinda like a stephan king movie. I feel like in going crazy. Monday i was fired from my job, i I accidental broke my phone, so now i feel really out of touch. My boyfriend just moved out last night- and i needed him more then anything and i think he really doesn't understand, I had him read up on starting the Lamical- and he was sensitive, but since I've really started withdrawling I've been at home for 2 days ALL day just trying to deal. He doesn't completely understand the lack of effexor. I have had some suicidal thoughts and it scares the hell out of me. I have tried to keep these things from my 13 yr old daughter- i just need to know what i'm doing and how i'm soppost to be feeling. somebody please help me View Thread
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