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... I've actually never heard of such a thing! I am suffering from severe anxiety which started after I weaned myself off Zoloft last year. I'm currently on 5 mgs of Lexapro, but that's not cutting it for the anxiety, and I don't want to go up because of side effects. ... (19 replies)
... but each sent my anxiety through the roof. ... (4 replies)
... I would think Xanax would help a lot in the short term, but everyone is different. How long did you take the Klonopin, because for the first week I was tired on Xanax, but now I don't even feel any of the drowsiness? ... (13 replies)

New Ativan User
Sep 28, 2006
... but I intend it to be a long term one for me as my situation is probably abit different to many. ... (7 replies)
... Tryptophan is in turkey. It's supposed to be the reason why you get sleepy after eating a lot of it. ... (21 replies)
... valium makes me vomit and xanax does nothing for me. klonopin must be the right one for me. i agree that we never know the long term side effects of any drug. look at all the miracle drugs that are taken off the market a year after people have taken it. ... (15 replies)
... I too have a fast heart rate. Doc's says its SVT but i think its more anxiety related as it only happens during social occassions. ... (7 replies)
... down. I've felt like crap these past 2 months. Worse than I ever have. It's like I have a new negative thought everyday. Like yesterday I thought I was just all of a sudden gonna stop breathing. I know it's impossible, but for some reason I can't get myself to really believe it. ... (1 replies)
I week on Lexapro
Oct 13, 2006
... Guys. The antidepressants are not going to be worth the side effects. My mother who suffers from the exact same thing as myself and most of the people on this site has been on paxil and buspar for, gosh 10 years now and she still has major amounts of down time. ... (17 replies)
... when i first started drinking heavily the after effects of alcohol were somewhat uncomfortable but nothing like they are now. ... (6 replies)
... term and get off the Xanax habit. I've heard quite a few good things about lexapro, and lots of you say you feel "tons better" after taking it. I guess my question is what do you mean by better? ... (23 replies)
... I was taking Ativan as well. And yes, I still experienced anxiety symptoms. As a matter of fact, I am on something different now and was going to post kind of a similar question. I am on Bach's Rescue Remedy and it helps in "trauma" situations. But I am going to go on something for long term chronic use. ... (2 replies)
... and made me feel like I could control them, which was really helpful when I did go off of it. ... (18 replies)
... I was wondering how long you were on the Xanax and was 8mg a day your highest dose? ... (9 replies)
Introduction
Feb 2, 2014
... y.... my health insurance only covers hospitalization, no doc visits and no rx. My husband and I are self employed and money is extremely tight...one reason for anxiety I'm sure. I was on effexor, an antidepressant for a few years. But it made me foggy and lethargic. ... (6 replies)
Lexapro
Feb 18, 2012
... db ..... it is a huge accomplishment that you have been off for over a year. Pat yourself on the back and be proud of that. Please try not to worry about the long term affects. You have to look at it this way .... ... (8 replies)
... for bronchitis. The medicine caused me to have a major panic attack. I had never had a panic attack, or anything of the sort, in my life, so I called 911 thinking I was having an allergic reaction to the meds. ... (3 replies)
Zoloft risks
Jun 1, 2007
... I have experienced high levels of anxiety recently and both the psychiatrist and GP are recommending I take Zoloft. I am concerned about possible effects while taking the drug, and also long term ones. ... (7 replies)
... That's a "Thing" with me...I'm assuming part of my OCD...if something says you can ONLY do it so may times a day then I CAN NOT do it even one single time more. ... (15 replies)
... Each person metabolizes medicines and drugs differently. There are I think 4 different "types" of metabolizers. The 1st type is very sensitive to meds and can have strong effects from even the slightest bit. ... (9 replies)


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