Effexorxr 75 Mg & Paresthesia

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Sarah Says:

Has anyone suffered a burning sensation while taking Effexor?
I don't know if it was caused by sun exposure but have had
a burning sensation in my back for 3 weeks now. Feels like
sunburn but no redness, peeling or anything.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sarah! How are you?

Yes, that has been a reported side effect of Effexor. How long have you been taking it? It's usually not caused by sun exposure, it just tends to happen. Other side effects may include nausea, drowsiness and weight changes.

Most side effects occur during the first 4 to 6 weeks of taking a medication, then taper off, once your body gets used to the drug.

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Debbe Says:
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Hello Sarah,
After reading your post I'm really worried about you because you might be the victim of effexor side effects which further leads to uncurable diseases. I would like to refer you to someone I know to get you help ASAP free of charge because you are the victim here.

Please let me know if you would like to talk more about this.

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