Thank you to both of you for your replies. The doctor's only suggestion was to put me back on the medication at 10mg and do 2 more months of weening off. Now that I know the full power these chemicals have on my body, I just want it out of my body completely. So I guess I'll suffer through the withdrawal.View Thread
After 6 months of slowly stepping down from 150mg/day, I am on day 3 of no meds and I am miserable. Nausea, hot/cold sweats, constant body "pulses" and I feel like I am going to burst into tears at any moment. This is so horrible. Does anyone know how long it takes to get through the withdrawal? I feel like I need to take a week off of work because I almost can't function. I honestly now know what it is like for addicts. I HATE this medication! I feel like I'm going crazy!View Thread
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