Weaning Off 20mg Of Vibryd Starting 8th Week

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Lindy Says:

I am not a depressed person just overwhelmed with caring for my 2 grandsons and trying to get my housework done, and have sometime for myself (which never happens) My doctor put me on the started pack of Viibryd 10mg for 7 days and 20mg of 7days. I now have been taking 20mg, this is my 8th week. I want to wean off of the medicine, doesnt to a thing for me. My husband and daughter agree. Can anyone tell me how this dosage is when weaning at my point.

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alexia Says:

Sounds like you started on a free pack. It would depend how long you been taking it to get off. For example, I took it for 6 days had horrible side effects Dr. ordered I stop it. I was on my first week at 10 mg. I do not think your Dr. acted on your best interest. Your reasons to take this med does not warrant taking drug.

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Verwon Says:

If you've been taking it for 8 weeks, already, at your current dosage, then you should have seen some effect, but if it isn't seeming to help, then it likely isn't the right medication for you.


Have you contacted your doctor, yet?

You may need to taper off of this and try something else.

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Bev Says:

Don't do anything until you talk to your doctor. Do not self medicate.

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