How Long Do Side Effects Last After Stopping (Page 2)

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how long does zanaflex
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I was taking zanaflex 3 times a day for only 5-7 days. Since stopping I have had anxiety and panic attacks. The dosage was 2mg each time. I know this seems petty but I feel as if I'm having withdraws. I ended up in the ER from a panic attack and now I'm wondering if it's because I stopped am taking zanaflex? I've never had this feeling and it's a feeling I can't overcome. How long does withdraws last? ## I'm sorry about the problems you're having. However, this medication doesn't usually cause that, especially after such a low dose for such a short period of time. Its just a muscle relaxant, so it isn't habit forming and the FDA lists its typical side effects as including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. Are you on any other ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zanaflex.
Sun, Nov 29 '15, 6:04 PM
stopping sprintec
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Hi, I was on sprintec for nearly 4 years and everything was fine when I was on it. But do to health problems with my gallbladder I had to quit taking it. It's been nearly 4 months and I still haven't had a normal period. I think I had one that lasted 3 days and then another one about a week ago that only lasted one day. Is this normal since I was on it for so long? ## Hello, Lauren! How are you? Yes, it can take several months for your body to balance your hormones back out on its own. It was used to relying on the oral contraceptives to control them. However, as long as your last pap smear was normal and your doctor sees no reason to be concerned, then it's nothing to worry about. According to the FDA, you may experience other withdrawal effects, such as irritability, PMS-l... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Sprintec.
Tue, Mar 24 '15, 3:14 PM
all pharmacies claim to be out of stock; cannot wait to fill RX, due to dangerous side effects of stopping abruptly
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I am disabled, and have seen the same doctor for approx. 12 years. I see my doctor, in office, every 3 months. I have minimum of four diagnoses, re: my neck, back, hip, shoulder, and sciatic pain. Every single pharmacy in my town claims to be out of stock, for my pain medications. I have done extensive research, and the risks of abruptly stopping my (pain) medication are severe. Why are these pharmacies playing games with patients who are victims of long-term, chronic pain? ## Hello, Missy! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having. However, the pharmacies aren't playing games. There is always a shortage of controlled substances for the last few months of the year and has been for as long as I can remember. There are mandatory manufacturing limits and ... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Wed, Nov 05 '14, 4:51 PM
Hi I Want To Know What Happens After Stopping Nexito Ls
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I have been taking Nexito Ls from last two months as per Doc prescription, now I have stopped taking. I want to knoe the side effects after this. ## Hi, Dont stop nexito.Ive stopped this last month so that i become more depressed after stopping...........so dont stop it will be danger for u............as my doc prescribed. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Antidepressant.
Tue, Jul 12 '11, 9:59 AM
How long will my withdrawal symptoms from Cymgen last?
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I was taking Cymgen 60mg for about 7 months, and I recently changed to Brintellix. To ween myself off of Cymgen, I took a half dosage for 8 days, then took both my new prescription of Brintellix and my half dose of Cymgen for another 4 days before completely stopping with Cymgen, as recommended by my psychiatrist. I have had horrible withdrawal symptoms, and I'd like some indication of how long they should last for? They include vertigo, dizziness, headaches, nausea etc.. ## Hello, Gabby! How are you? Have your symptoms gotten any better? You may actually be experiencing a double whammy, withdrawal effects from stopping the one, as well as new side effects from starting the Brintellix, the FDA lists everything you mentioned as being among it's typical side effects. You may also ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Brintellix.
Sat, Nov 28 '15, 1:39 PM
coreg, any problems stopping?
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I've been on coreg 4 days. Side effects are so bad, I'm so tired I can hardly move and just feel s****y. I stopped for 2 days for a stress evaluation and had no problem at that time. Then I took one 3.125 last night. I don't want to take anymore. Is there any problem stopping treatment? My blood pressure wasn't that high to begin with, maybe around 140 over 80. ## Hello, Ralph! How are you? Those side effects can be normal for the first few weeks after starting such a medication. As reported by the FDA, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache and increased urination. However, they are usually transient and should go away, once your body gets used to the medication. The danger to not taking it is that your blood pressure could keep going higher. It's actua... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Coreg.
Tue, May 17 '16, 1:44 PM
Stopping usage Of Thyronorm
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i have been taking thyronorm 75 mcg for the past 8 months, when will i have to totally stop taking it and when will it be normal again? what are the side effects of long term usage of this tablet? ## 53 yrs,male,service holder,last 3 years taking 100mcg thyronorm,feeling total weakness mainly in both legs also pain all over the body,lethargy. indigestion problem & tendency to diarrhea. Coconut water,milk & vitamin complex cause for diarrhea. which vitamins should I continue with thyronorm. ## Devin, if you have a Thyroid disorder, you might require treatment for the rest of your life, many people do. It usually isn't something that can be cured. This medication contains the Thyroid hormone Thyroxine and the side effects may include nausea, dizziness, hair loss and weight cha... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Heart Burn / Indigestion.
Tue, Jul 24 '12, 5:15 PM
primulet N siide effects
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Hi, I took 7 pills last month to delay my mens and after stopping the pills got my period on the 3rd day. It was largely clots and irregular bleeding. This was on 23rd June. Recently, I have started developing sore breasts. Am I pregnant? I already took a test and it is negative. Is this a side effect? Please help. ## Yes, there is a chance that it a side effect of the medication, according to NIH reports. You may also experience headache, dizziness, and irritability. Are you on any other medications? Sometimes, taking a hormonal product to try to adjust our periods can throw off our cycles for awhile, and it may take several months for things to return to normal. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change? ...
Updated 18 days ago.
Fri, Jul 28 '17, 11:06 PM
cymgen withdrawals- How long and what to do??
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I have been on Cymbalta, then changed to the generic Cymgen (30mg) for 8 years. I decided after this amount of time to stop and asked my psychiatrist on ways to do this. FISRT of all, my psychiatrist said that because i was on such a low dose that there will be NO side effects of stopping the drug. My response was to inform her that on days i have missed taking my meds i have severe head zaps and couldn't manage just stopping (Cold Turkey) if that was the case. She then put me on a course to taper off: X2 weeks 30mg Cymgen & 20mg LilyFluoxetime (prozac)- After two weeks i stopped the Cymgen and carried on taking the lily for another two weeks as requested by my doctor. I had my last Lily on the 18th of July 2016. It is now the 10th of August 2016. The withdrawals are so severe t... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Cymbalta.
Thu, Aug 25 '16, 9:30 PM
Stopping the 12 mcg fentanyl patch
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I can't seem to find a straight answer. I'm stopping the 12 mcg fentanyl patch (with Drs instructions). I have 7.5mg Percocet for withdrawal for a few days but everyone is leaving me believe my withdrawal won't be too bad. I called the pharmacist. She said withdrawal will last 48 hours. That seems too good to be true. So, anyone know?! ## It really depends on the person and how long they've been on it, so you may not experience any withdrawal symptoms, or you may experience them for a few weeks, there's no way to be certain. I believe the pharmacist may have been referring to how long it takes to exit your body, which is approximately 48 hours after last use. The FDA warns that possible withdrawal effects could include nausea, vomiting, chills, rebound pain and diarr... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fentanyl.
Sun, Aug 07 '16, 8:44 AM
No period's for 3 months since stopping Dronis
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I was taking dronis 20 since 2 years. Now I have stopped taking since my last LMP on 1 may as I want to convince. However I have not have got period's till now. I am.worried as my baby plan is getting delayed. I am not sure if there is any side effects of it for taking 2 years . ## Stopping it abruptly may have thrown of your natural hormonal balance, according to NIH reports and it may take several months for your body to adjust so things return to normal and you are able to become pregnant. Have you double checked with a doctor? Are you on any other medications? Do you have any diagnosed medical conditions? ...
Updated 18 days ago.
Fri, Jul 28 '17, 10:02 PM
stopping cold turkey may have been a bad choic!
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I have been on norco 10 for about 10 months. The first 2 to 3 months I was taking 2 to 4 a day. The last 6 or 7 months I have been taking 1 and on a very rare occasion I have 2. I stopped 2 days ago and the nights are horrible. Can't sleep, have very bad RLS and my stomach hurts! Shoul I start taking again and tapper down? ## Hello, Brent! How are you? According to the FDA, the symptoms you've described are all normal withdrawal effects. However, since you were down to taking so few for the last few months, they likely won't get much worse and shouldn't last more than a week or 2. You may also experience chills, nausea, drowsiness and diarrhea. How are you feeling, now? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Dec 29 '14, 3:02 PM
Amlong Mt 50
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for what purpose is this medicine used ## Amlong-MT contains the active ingredients Amlodipine and Metoprolol, they are commonly used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry cough and stomach pain. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## I am taking carded 5 twice a day with tenarmin 25 once a day for last 5 to 6 years and it was controlling my bp well. But now last one to two months bp is not controlled and it is between 170/100 to 140/ 90. Mostly higher.now doctor has suggested amllong mt 50. Is my earlier medicine now lost its effect and should I start new medicine now stopping earlier one. ## Amlong MT 50/25 -- please intimate for what purpose this medicine is used for? At present this is no... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amlodipine.
Sun, Feb 14 '16, 12:01 AM
nustrate how long it take to get out of my body
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Hello my name is KABELO I have four years using nustrate from 2011 until November last year on 7 when I decided not to go to the clinic for prevention I didn't get my period until now is about four month now and am stressed couz I want a baby now any can hlp me plz ## Hello, Kabelo! How are you? It can take several months for your body to balance your hormones back out on its own, so you have your periods and ovulate in order to get pregnant. Along with skipping, by stopping you, may experience some other withdrawal effects, as listed by the FDA, which may include nausea, headache and PMS-like symptoms. If you don't experience one soon, you should consult a doctor. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Mon, Feb 29 '16, 2:50 PM
Stopped sprintec after only a week?
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I stopped taking my birth control sprintec after a week due to health issues but it has been three weeks since the last pill and still no period. I am four days late from my regular period and I was wondering when it should start. I did take a pregnancy test 2 days before my period should have started and it was negative. ## Hello, Stacey! How are you? Even though you only took it for a week, you likely threw off your natural hormonal balance, so it will probably take awhile, before things balance back out and return to normal. Other effects of stopping it may also include headache, weight changes, mood swings and irregular periods, as listed by the FDA. If there is no change, after a few more weeks, you should consult your doctor to be sure. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Y... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Sprintec.
Tue, Jun 30 '15, 3:26 PM
How to wean off Maxgalin
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My doc, a psychiatrist has prescribed me Maxgalin ER 75 at night along with Paroixetine 20 mg to be taken in the morning. I want to quit Maxgalin. How can I do so? ## Can i didcontinue maxgalin75Imusingfor last 3years ## A slow taper under medical supervision is usually best, stopping abruptly creates the risk of seizures, according to the NIH. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood swings, and weight gain. Why do you want to stop taking it? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Mon, Feb 27 '17, 9:47 PM
how i can stop my lipitor?
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How've Can I stop my 10 mil Lipitor ? I am using it one a day for a year. Do I just wuit, or reduce it little by little? ## Hello, Patti! How are you? This medication is usually just stopped, as long as someone has their doctor's approval. There may be a brief rebound elevation in cholesterol levels, but it usually doesn't last, or become dangerous. Why are you stopping it? Are you experiencing bad side effects? The FDA lists them as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and joint/muscle aches. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Lipitor.
Sat, Sep 24 '16, 4:17 PM
I Have Been Taking Phenergan For About 6 Years After Back Fusion Surgeries Am Trying To Stop Using It But Getting Very Ill When
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i have been taking Phenergan for over 6 years after several back fusions. I have become very ill after stopping the use of Phenergan with extreme nausea and headaches and flue like symptoms. This has been happening for over a week and I am getting sicker every day. I finally took a phenergan pill last night and all of the bad symptoms stopped. How do I stop using this drug without becoming so ill? ## Phenergan contains the active ingredient Promethazine, which is an antihistamine that's also often used to prevent nausea and vomiting. Since you've been taking it for so long, your body has basically become dependent on it and is no longer use to dealing with certain stimuli without it, thus if you stop taking it abruptly, you experience rebound effects which may be worse than what... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Phenergan.
Sun, Sep 16 '12, 1:52 PM
Tryptomer 10 Mg Dose
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My mom started Tryptomer 10 last Thursday. Took full tablet every night for 3 days. Felt nausea and drowsiness. Doc said to reduce it to half immediately (4th day). Half tablet also not suiting as she is feeling drowsy 24 hours. Can I stop it completely with immediate effect? Hardly been 7 days since shes taking it? ## Have you consulted her doctor about stopping it? Tryptomer contains Amitriptyline, which is an antidepressant and, side effects, such as the drowsiness are quite normal for this class of medications. They can last for as long as 4 to 6 weeks, while her body adjusts to the medication, then they should hit their peak in severity and start to taper off. As to stopping it, after that short of a time period, no there really shouldn't be any problems with it, if her doctor ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amitriptyline.
Fri, Apr 29 '16, 3:06 AM
doxipen 25 hdl for sleep
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I have been taking doxipen for 2 weeks and it has caused me to be very depressed, on the verge of suicidal. How many days till i feel good again? I took one last night, but wont take anymore!! ## Hi, Glinda! Sorry about the problem you had with it. These medications can cause that, in some people that take them and usually stopping them is the best thing. Learn more Doxepin details here. You weren't on it for very long, so it shouldn't take too long for the effects to wear off. Have you consulted your doctor about the problem? ## Any drug the doctor gives you as an alternative to a narcotic is a pill for depression. I caution anyone using these drugs because it alters your chemical makeup of dopamine. This will make you have thoughts of suicide and have aggressive behavior. I su... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Doxepin.
Fri, Mar 10 '17, 11:24 AM

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