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... I recently took wellbutrin for depression and with in days got a severe panic attack in the am and had to leave work. Could it be the wellbutrin? ... (5 replies)
... Your symptoms definitely sound like you had a monster panic attack. I think going off and then going back on a higher dosage of zoloft might have triggered your brain chemicals to hyper react. ... (3 replies)
... if you feel a panic attack coming on in a meeting, try excusing yourself to go to the bathroom. A 5 minute break in the bathroom to breath and relax might help you regain focus. ... (6 replies)

... I asked my doctor to increase my dosage of Wellbutrin from 150mg a day to 300mg a day because the initial energy I had was gone. Within a week I became mean at home. ... (5 replies)
... I did not do well on Wellbutrin. I am now on Celexa and it is great! (5 replies)
... I felt a lot more jittery and anxious when I was taking Wellbutrin. To me it's just not worth it. (5 replies)
... thanks for responding.. I think for me its not worth the risk of getting more panic attacks. Id rather be depressed! i have anxiety normally so its probably not a good drug for me. were your attacks bad enough to go to the ER? ... (5 replies)
... Several years ago I was taking Wellbutrin, and had about 6 major panic attacks within the first few months. ... (5 replies)
... This post really caught my eye, as I am currently 12 weeks pregnant, and suffering terribly with panic attacks, anxiety, and OCD. ... (14 replies)
... I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks. Yesterday I went to the Dr. ... (4 replies)
... numbness of extremities, stomach cramps, vision and hearing loss, hyperventilation, and of course... panic. I thought I was having a heart attack so I called the paramedics. ... (4 replies)
... you can just take the xanax but its best only as needed, carry a few tablets with you when out and disolve 1 under the tongue if hit by anxiety or a panic attack also remember to relax, dont fight back and to breathe deep and slow agree that future supplies of xanax may be difficult to get (2 replies)
... actually, every side effect. But when I had my first panic attack in over a year, I decided a week on Paxil was enough. ... (7 replies)
... At that time I had an undiagnosed inner ear disorder and the dr's were trying to tell me I was depressed. I did not have a panic disorder at the time. My current dr. ... (12 replies)
... Rapid heart beat, cravings for chocolate, constipation reduced sex drive to name a few but everyone is different. They were effective at reducing panic attacks though. ... (12 replies)
... I haven't had any luck with SSRI's either. I have tried Lexapro, Paxil, Zoloft and Wellbutrin. My doctor told me to stop taking them completely and start counseling. I do have a prescription for Lorazepam to take whenever I need them. He never tried me on tricyclics - did anyone have a lot of side effects with them? (12 replies)
... went with it, and arrived at the ER only to be told that my EKG they ran on me was fine and my heart looked completely normal...I was told that what I had was a panic atack, and I was given Ativan to relieve my stress and calm me down and settle my breathing... ... (1 replies)
... Hi Luvae- I can relate to all the things except giving birth :) I suffered for many years and was on lots of different meds that helped but did not cure all of my problems. I am now med free and panic attack free thanks to the tools I learned in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). It is said to be about 85% effective in curing panic attacks and has changed my life :angel:... (5 replies)
... add. I have always been labeled as the "shy one" amongst my siblings. But it wasn't until I was 14 that I started having real problems. I was having anxiety and panic attacks so bad that I quit school and never went farther than our mailbox. ... (5 replies)
... i had a full blown panic attack went to er. i kept saying i can't breathe. they said your o2 level is good it is a panic attack. i kept saying i can't breathe. one person came over and said hold on we will get you into a room and dr will check you. everyone else ignored me. ... (0 replies)

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