Drug Withdrawal

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Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

What are the withdrawal symptoms from cipralex?

Was currently on 10 mg Cipralex, for 1 year. Definitely a good drug to control anxiety, but WARNING! Coming off this drug is horrific. I was told by my doctor to cut down my medication to 5mg everyday for 2 weeks, followed by 5 mg every other day for 2 weeks, then finally, (currently what I am doing) 5 mg every 3 days for 2 weeks. During this time I have experienced the WORST shock you could imagine, almost constantly, slight headaches, and extreme fatigue to the point where I don't even want to get out of bed in the morning. I feel agitated and grumpy most of the time. Honestly, I feel like a drug addict waiting and wishing the 3rd day would arrive so I could get my "next fix." This is ridiculous. As soon as I take the pill, I feel calm and all of the symptoms I mentioned above disappear right away. I wish I looked into the with-drawl symptoms of this medication a little better before I started taking it, cause the way I feel now is very unpleasant! If anyone else feels like this please let me know, as it would be nice to know I am not alone in this cipralex nightmare!

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

Lithium withdrawal symptoms?

I was taking 600mg per day. Then was taken to 300mg for five days and removed completely. I think that perhaps that was too fast.

I am experiencing nausa, excessive thirst, headache, insomnia and rapid thoughts.

I have to tell you that I was taking the 600mg with 10mg of lexapro, my meds were changed to 5mg lexapro, 150 wellbutrin and 600mg of trileptal. So the withdrawl could be combined with taking the new medications as well.

Basically I feel like I'm going to die, I hope that it doesn't last much longer!

Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Drug Withdrawal

What is Seroquel used for?

Seroquel can be used to treat many disorders- autism, ADD, bipolar, depression, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorders, sleeping disorders such as narcolepsy, abusive behavior such as alcoholism, gambling, drug addiction, psychosis, anxiety. Seroquel acts on the dopaminergic system, and so it is a mood stabilizer. In other words, Seroquel will make you feel secure, less anxious, not paranoid, and calm. It has a major sedative effect, as such it will make you sleep much, so if you have a sleeping disorder, then Seroquel is your cure, because you will never ever have any trouble falling asleep. In some people, depending on their dosage, Seroquel may make them sleep 12-18 hours, but if you time your REM sleep to 8 hours and expose your body to sunshine, then your Circadian clock will kick in and you can wake up at 8 hours, if you follow this up by a cup of coffee or green tea! I like Seroquel, I call it my happy pill. In fact often people will ask me for some of my Seroquel. Just make sure to never ever combine Seroquel with alcohol, as this can cause an overdose. I also supplement my Seroquel with 2000 mg of Taurine which helps me concentrate, a multivitamin which includes 200% Folic Acid which is very important for the blood pressure, remember Seroquel will naturally lower your blood pressure. I also take Omega-3-6-9's from Barlean's, and green tea as my caffeine source, it helps me think, something about the fatty acids. I have had friends that are totally healthy take Seroquel and it totally relaxed them, and mellowed them out. It's also a great muscle relaxer, so athletes can also enjoy use of it. Seroquel is especially helpful in treating alcohol and drug addiction- ie. cocaine addiction. It totally removes the urge to drink or dope up, as two friends that were originally addicted to cocaine were able to get off cocaine due to the use of Seroquel. In effect Seroquel may be a promising treatment for alcohol and drug dependance. What is Seroquel? � Seroquel is an antipsychotic medication. It works by changing the actions of chemicals in the brain. � Seroquel is used to treat the symptoms of psychotic conditions, including hallucinations, delusions, and confusion. � Seroquel may also be used for purposes other than those listed in this medication guide.

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

What are narcotic withdrawal symptoms?

The shakes/tremors, nausea and/or vomiting, cold/hot flashes, horrible all over body feelings, craving - the need to use to feel better, depression/anxiety, possible seizures

I believe that they start with sweating, then goosebumps so to speak, then after a while it starts to get to the point where you feel like vomiting, and get severe body aches. Once that physical part is over your not totally in the clear, then you have depression and urge to use again depending on how long you have used and your personality (addictive personality)

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

How bad is Tramadol withdrawal?

Tramadol is highly addictive. Normally your doctor would reduce intake slowly. Various withdrawal effects may include shakes, shivers, diarrhea, nausea, and possible flu-like symptoms. Not all people experience will all withdrawal symptoms, and some people may experience others not listed here.

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

How long do withdrawals last from Xanax?


I was on Xanax for my extreme anxiety problems, my doctor told me only to take it when I desperately HAD to...But I felt like that was ALL of the time, So I began to break my pills in half, in quarters as I started popping them every hour...

I knew they could be addictive but I didn't know how STRONGLY...

I was out of control, I just wanted to sleep and feel my Xanax high...

But when I didn't want to take a pill, I would start to shake and have these "flutterings" in my chest and twitches in my neck...

So I just HAD to keep on taking it...But one day I thought I had a positive preg test, so I quit cold turkey...I was up for 4 DAYS STRAIGHT...

I was shaking, started to "see things"(which I still do, 6 months later) such as spiders, people, and scary images...)...YOU HAVE TO WEAN yourself off of this drug the best you can...taper off gradually...Withdrawal from this drug can be dangerous causing seizures, etc...

Withdrawal can vary from person to person because of the many different doses you can take...Every 6 hours the body withdraws from Xanax, it is a short-acting drug which makes it more addicting...

Very FEW people can kick the drug by themselves...The only reason I was able to, is because my boyfriend is a doctor and he guided me through it and made me feel safe.

You can die from Xanax withdrawal. A slow taper with a long acting Benzodiazepine like Valium can prevent that.

Drug Withdrawal

How long after doing bath salts does withdrawal last?

Forever.. I started not even two months ago and lost everything. Even when I do stop, I never stop thinking about them.

Drug Tests
Drug Withdrawal

Can lexapro make you test positive on a urine drug screen?

No, Lexapro is an antidepressant (SSRI), and does not show up positive on a drug test..

Drug Withdrawal

Can you die from withdrawals?

Yes, you can actually die from withdrawls. Benzos and alcohol are considered the most danger to withdrawal from, you should always be medically supervised while detoxing because of the risk.

Good answer. Almost all withdrawal deaths occur from alcohol withdrawal, but it is a dangerous proposition with any substance.

Drug Withdrawal

What is ssri withdrawal?

Up to a third of people who stop SSRIs and SNRIs have withdrawal symptoms.These include: * Stomach upsets * Flu like symptoms * Anxiety * Dizziness * Vivid dreams at night * Sensations in the body that feel like electric shocks (see references) In most people these withdrawal effects are mild, but for a small number of people they can be quite severe. They seem to be most likely to happen with Paroxetine (Seroxat) and Venlafaxine (Efexor). It is generally best to taper off the dose of an antidepressant rather than stop it suddenly.Some people have reported that, after taking an SSRI for several months, they have had difficulty managing once the drug has been stopped and so feel they are addicted to it. Most doctors would say that it is more likely that the original condition has returned.

Extracted from Royal College of Psychiatrists' leaflet: "Antidepressants" (Available at http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mentalhealthinformation/mentalhealthproblems/depression/antidepressants.aspx. Accessed 3rd November 2007)

Dr. Reehan Sabri MBBS (London) MSc (Distinction) MRCPsych (UK)

Consultant Psychiatrist

Drug Withdrawal

How long will the withdrawal effects last from quitting Lexapro if vertigo and moodiness are especially a problem?

i took lexapro for about 6 months they had to keep increasing the dosage because it would work just for a little while i actually became allergic to the drug because of this. you should have done went thru all the symptoms of withdraw after a couple of weeks. talk to you dr.. as i said i ended up being allergic to it. because of the dosage changes and such. please talk to your dr. It took me about 3 weeks to stop feeling disoriented after I stopped lexapro

Drug Side Effects
Drug Addiction
Drug Withdrawal

Are there any side effects to nopalea cactus juice?

You can, but you shouldn't. in the water there is a substance called mescaline which causes hallucinations.

Wellbutrin and Zyban
Drug Withdrawal

What are the withdrawal symptoms of Wellbutrin?

I have been taking Wellbutrin XL 150 for about a year and with the advice of my psychiatrist, I stopped taking it. Abruptly. And nothing bad happened. In fact I feel better than before. I am less moody. I usually have a few horrible days of PMS but this month I felt cheerful and not as irritable as I usually do. No feelings of depression or fatigue, no fights with my husband, no crying jags, NOTHING! I am also not experiencing the daily headaches and dizziness I usually experienced while I was taking it. It served it's purpose, but now I'm done with this drug. I don't need it anymore. Yay!

Drug Withdrawal

How long does oxycodone withdrawal last?

The most sever withdrawal symptoms will peak up to 48 hours after your last dose, and then start to gradually decline. If taken for more than a year straight, as with ANY opiate, you'll probably feel miserable for two weeks, but give it one month before you start to fell normal again. The longer you're taken them, and higher the dose is directly related to how soon you will feel "Normal. Except your sleep to be thrown off for several months. Suggest you do as much exercise as possible to shorten the time frame..

Drug Withdrawal

What are benzodiazepene withdrawal symptoms?

Some withdrawal symptoms include: Headache
Loss of appetite
* Rapid heartbeat

* Delusions * High blood pressure * Severe Depression * Detachment * Ringing in the ears * Nightmares * Loss of appetite * Psychoses

Drug Withdrawal

Can withdrawal from Lexapro cause an early period?

Anecdotal evidence shows that others have had this happen. You should talk to your doctor.

Smoking and Tobacco Use
Drug Withdrawal

Does chantix have withdrawal symptoms?

Answer: In order to find out if Chantix has any kind of withdrawl symptoms, you should speak with your doctor, You can also call 1-800-438-1985. That is the United States Medical Information Dept.

I personally would be more worried about the possible side effects when taking it. It has been linked with suicide and unprovoked aggression including homicide. Hundreds of lawsuits have been taken out against its makers. It now has to carry a 'health warning' in the US and it has recently been banned in France.

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

What is a withdrawal symptom?

A symptom is something the patient or subject describes feeling themselves eg: "I feel sick to my stomach and can't sleep". Withdrawal is what occurs when the body has become dependent on an outside source to function correctly, and then that source (in most cases a medication or illicit drug of some sort) is taken away suddenly. This DOES NOT only happen with medication that is abused. For example: When doctors decide that relieving someone's constant pain is more important than than the risk of dependency on a medication, they may place a patient on a potent narcotic, such as Morphine XR, Hydromorphone, or Fentanyl, on a regular basis. They do this even though they know the person may become dependent on the medication. If and when they don't need the medication anymore, the doctor can "take them off" slowly to reduce the amount of withdrawal. Withdrawal symptoms are more commonly found with drug abuse, though, because of the constant high doses required to get and stay high; and then the sudden stops that occur because of lack of availability, money, arrest, etc.

Anxiety is a common withdrawal symptom for many substances, others can be specific to the substance and the length of time one was dependent on it; as does the severity of the symptoms and the length of time one has to deal with them.

Medication and Drugs
Drug Withdrawal

My mum is 79 and is suffering tramadol withdrawal she took the drug for only a few months how long will these withdrawal symptoms last?

It lasted about five to seven days with me and I had to use "perks" at the rate of 3or 4 aday

Percocet and Percodan
Drug Withdrawal

How long are withdrawals from percocet?


Herbal Medicine
Muscle Relaxants
Drug Withdrawal

What is the maximum dose of valerian a day?

Drug Withdrawal

What can you take to prevent withdrawal of Fioricet?

The withdrawal symptoms attributed to fioricet is due to the fact it contains butalbital, which is a barbiturate. Withdrawal from it can be dangerous to your health & the symptoms are extremely unpleasant, even psychologically traumatic, if used at higher doses daily and/or if used for an extended period period of time. Nothing will entirely prevent the withdrawal symptoms of barbiturates, other than continuing to take barbiturates.

To minimize withdrawal if you wish to discontinue use, the regimen usually includes switching to a longer-acting barbiturate (usually phenobarbital) with a slow reduction in dosage. The longer acting barbiturates are used to minimized the severity of withdrawal syndrome (similar to how opiate or heroin dependent users are switched to the longer acting drugs like methadone or suboxone for either maintenance, or for a slow-taper).

However, if it is not possible for you to work in concert with a doctor to safely and slowly withdraw from fioricet/butalbital -- then there are some other short term alternatives, although they are extremely limited in their efficacy. Barbiturates act GABA receptors in the brain (i.e., it is a "GABAergic" drug); so the only drugs that will directly prevent some of the withdrawal symptoms are other GABAergic drugs.

Other drugs that are readily available and/or commonly prescribed include the following:

a) Benzodiazepines (xanax, valium, etc)- They have limited efficacy, since benzodiazepines are usually selective for GABA-A sub-receptors, where as barbiturates are more broadly acting on the whole-of the GABA receptor system; and as such benzodiazepines do not provide full relief or prevention of withdrawal symptoms. Because of this limited efficacy, benzodiazepines are usually never used for barbiturate withdrawal because--again, phenobarbital is the gold standard).

b) Alcohol- This can be very dangerous and alcohol should not be used while taking fioricet/butalbital because they have cross tolerance with one another. Alcohol may cause some symptomatic relief of barbiturate withdrawal, it does act more broadly on GABA receptors- but using alcohol for this purpose has not been scientifically examined. Also, some of the side effects of alcohol may increase negative barbiturate withdrawal symptoms such as: nausea & insomnia. And it may not fully resolve withdrawal symptoms. Additionally, alcohol is a very short acting drug; so in order to maintain any sort of long term relief; you would essentially have to drink like an alcoholic, around-the-clock; since butalbital's half-life is ~35 hours (effects lasting at least 2-5 times longer than alcohol). This is highlydiscouraged.

c) Carisoprodol- Another GABAergic drug; but how it exactly acts on the GABA receptors (whether it is selective like benzodiazepines, or a broader acting drug like butalbital). However, from personal experience I was able to transition between these two drugs without much discomfort (and at very high doses).

d) Others that may provide minimal relief, last resort:

1. Nonbenzodiazepines (ambien; lunesta)- will help with insomnia.

2. GABAergic anticonvulsants (gabapentin, pregabalin, depakote, valproic acidor sodium valporate)

3. Valerian Root (herbal/over-the-counter)- may provide subtle, minimal relief of anxiety and nausea. If you are getting Delerium Tremens, Valerian will have very little impact

Notes: There are other prescription and illicit drugs that may provide relief that are technically available, but are either rarely prescribed or not-widely available on the black market as recreational drugs (such as carbamazepine or GHB, respectively).. So these drugs really aren't worth assessing, but you can do further research if you'd like; start with Wikipedia & work your way out; look at similar medications/drugs- specifically those that act on "GABA" in the brain and/or are anticonvulsants.

Either way, withrawing from barbiturates ideally needs to be done by your doctor with a slow taper. If this is not possible- try entering into a medical detox center; or your local ER. If you are going to be in full withdrawal, I recommend writing down notes, your condition, your symptoms, your previous dosage of butalbital before discontinuing use, and all other medications you are on. You can then present this to the ER doctors since you may not have the mental capacity to accurately or adequately do so during the extremely harsh and psychologically stressful/debilitating withdrawal period (including symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, and inattentiveness).

Drug Withdrawal

What is withdrawal sickness?

Stopping narcotic painkillers or benzos, you will have flu times a hundred feeling

Drug Withdrawal

Does tetralysal contain penicillin?

No it does not contain penicillin


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