Divalproex 500 Mg

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bondservant Says:


how to wean off of Divalproex. What to do and expect?


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Verwon Says:

It should usually be tapered slowly, because stopping too fast can cause rebound effects, which may include mania, depression and seizures.

Learn more Divalproex details here.

Even if tapered slowly, some rebound depression and lethargy is still likely to occur, because it may take awhile for your body to readjust to no longer having the medication.

Have you consulted your doctor for advice? They'd be the best qualified person to help you set up a proper tapering schedule.


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Sean McDonough Says:

I got my Divalproex 500 Mg today from a different pharmacy and it wasn't the same pill. It was light blue with M945 on it. The kind that I have been taking is pink with 798 on it. Are they the same medication just made by two different companies or are they different medications?

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