Stop Taking Belviq 2 Weeks Ago

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Shanny Says:
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I stopped taking Belviq 2 weeks ago after being on it 6 months. I have been sick (scary sick) since coming off of it. Nausea, not being able to eat, diarrhea, muscle pain, and headaches.
How long before the drug is out of my system and is this normal?



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Verwon Says:

It may take a month, or more for things to settle down so you start feeling better, once your body adjusts to no longer having the medication added. Those can be normal withdrawal effects, according to the NIH.

If they don't improve, of they worsen, you should consult your medical provider.

Are you on any other medications?

Has there been any change, yet? Why did you stop taking it?

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Beth Says:
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Stopped taking Belviq after taking for over two years. How long will withdrawal symptoms last?

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