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... Stopping any SSRI cold turkey on your own is not smart. ... (2 replies)
... My husband decided on his own that he does not need to continue taking his prescription for zoloft. He just stopped taking his medication cold turkey without consulting his doctor. He has been having daily ongoing headaches. Is this a side effect? ... (2 replies)
... Absolutely is it a bad idea to go off that medicine cold turkey. ... (2 replies)

... Not a good idea to come off medication like that. ... (2 replies)
... nths. Let me give you a little advice. Every mental medication is addicting, no matter what doctor, drug company or anyone else says. I was asleep for 8 days for going off an ssri to fast and it took me finally to totally disabled. I was on it for over 4 years and you are past that anyway now, so don't worry. ... (3 replies)
... What ever you do DO NOT GO COLD TURKEY! I was on it for like 5 years and got into my head one day to quit and didn't ask my doctor or anything and it was the WORST 2 months of my entire life. ... (6 replies)
... get scared and panic and that is what I do not want, as for your gas, Zoloft can be pretty nasty for that, I am sure it will pass, I am still weening off, like my doctor said to, about 10 miilgrams I am on right now. ... (10 replies)
... You shouldn't be going off anything cold turkey! I didn't realize your anxiety was so bad, though! I had a bad reaction to Zoloft, too, after only a couple of days. Paxil was much milder to me. ... (29 replies)
Feb 23, 2004
... I eventually couldnt stand myself, being so mean and decided I probably needed to be on the Zoloft so started taking it again. Now I understand that the hot temper may have been a withdrawl symptom. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks, Amy. I would NEVER even consider going cold turkey. I realize this has been in my system too long to just stop and confuse my system even more. ... (6 replies)
... much better then I was this time last year. I went from taking 20mg of Paxil for nearly 2 years, to taking 20 mg of Celexa for nearly three years, then was cut off it cold turkey. ... (2 replies)
... every two weeks I would slice off a bit more from each pill until I was literally taking a crumb the last two weeks. ... (17 replies)
... Ohhhh, I know about withdrawal cause I'm going through this right now. It is not pleasant at all. The medication is so, so, good though, that I guess it's worth going through. I am also down to a little bitty peice and my body just doesn't want to let go at this time. I know it will sooner or later. ... (26 replies)
... ome bad memories..........and probably won't go that route.......the withdrawal was terrible.......I was very ill..........but that's also because it was stopped cold turkey........ ... (26 replies)
... ter about two days I felt horrible..........much of the withdrawal came she told me to take the Xanax around the clock for a day or two to get it going good........then she was going to taper me to 5mg then to 4mg then to 3mg..........she meant well.........but I told her it was to much........ ... (16 replies)
... t of all, should be dropping 0.25mg at a time. Also you are on extended release which is not regular xanax, so drop 0.25mg, not 0.5mg. You can not just say, "I"m going to drop off a certain amount every week". The doctor is only going by "General rule of thumb", which there really isn't any. ... (25 replies)
... I didn't think I could do that, but found that I could...I would just talk to myself and say "It's a panic attack and it's not going to kill you, you'll be fine. ... (16 replies)
... om lying down and trying to go to sleep. Eventually they got so bad that when I would feel myself sinking into sleep, I would force myself awake, thinking I was going to die. ... (9 replies)
... Rest assured although Ativan is a benzo and benzo's are for surely addictive... ativan is the least addictive plus it's effects afterwards wear off quicker. Now that's not to say you can't become addicted. ... (1 replies)
... Of course, if Paxil turns out not to be the right drug for you, then you can always try something else, like Zoloft or Prozac. ... (9 replies)

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