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Effexor Withdrawal
Jul 24, 2003
... Mostly I am looking for support. I was on Effexor 225mg a day for five years, Neurontin 225mg a day for three years and Xanax 150mg a day for 3 years. Went cold turkey 54 days ago. ... (2 replies)
... free. I saw a psychiatrist, who presented me with a tapering schedule where I would halve the dose of effexor every two weeks. ... (2 replies)
... depressant. I've tried Celexa, Effexor and Zoloft and I think Celexa probably worked the best for me. Everyone's different though. ... (51 replies)

... uptake of serotonin and norepinephrine, just as Ultram does. The only difference being that effexor has no activity whatsoever on opiate receptors. So pretty much, all I had to worry about was withdrawling off the opiate addiction effects of the drug. ... (25 replies)
... The drug needs to be withdrawen slowly and even then some people may experience withdrawal type symptoms for awhile after as the brain tries to recover and function without drugs. ... (7 replies)
... I was on both meds and was tapered off of them VERY slowly to avoid the side effects of withdrawal which can be very nasty especially if done too quickly. Your doctor should be able to give you a tapering off schedule. That is very important! ... (7 replies)
... While I am not familiar with Effuxor, and the chemical structure of it, I do know that as long as I slowly taper off antidepressants, I have not had withdrawal symptoms such as yours. ... (7 replies)
What a Ride!
Mar 25, 2006
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (1 replies)
Detox Recipe
Oct 4, 2005
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (4 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (2 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (4 replies)
... if that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (19 replies)
... that is what it takes to get you through it. You may be wrinkled , but you will have your sanity. Don't underestimate what the hot baths can do to relieve the withdrawal discomfort. They really, really work. Heating pads between the thighs can help with those cramps, too, but not nearly as much as the hot baths. ... (10 replies)
When does it end
May 31, 2004
... stimulating effects are reported to subside faster than the others, within a few days. The benefits are said to come much faster. But some have reported a nasty withdrawal syndrome lasting about 3 weeks. I have resisted thus far as I have yet to see the necessity. ... (359 replies)


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