Withdrawals From Chantix

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Jilly Says:


I quit taking Chantix a few days ago and I am having a very hard time. I am very very sad and can't stop crying. I take Prozac and Effexor. It has been two days and I think I feel a bit better now, but haven't been able to leave the house and have been asleep for most of the last 48 hours. Does anyone know how long this will last? I think I am feeling a bit better.



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor? Has it improved at all, yet?

In this case, it is difficult to say if it is from stopping the Chantix, from the other medications, or from a combination of both.

It could be a rebound/withdrawal effect from stopping, or a backfire effect from one of the others, so you do need to consult your doctor to get to the root of the problem.


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LJ Says:

Hi. I am having similar symptoms. I stopped taking it on Sunday and it is now Wednesday and I can' stop crying and am having severe anxiety.

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LJ Says:

My doc said its definitely drug withdrawal (I've been a non smoker for 4 months) and gave me xanax

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Nanette Says:

are U still taking it??? I took a full prescription 6 wks got very crazy but hey I quite after 30 yrs of smoking it even took the addiction away its as if I never smoked Im no longer addicted been 2 yrs!!!! yes I cried yelled went a bit crazy but had others around to watch me but worked for me and many others try n stay on it

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Dana Says:
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I stop taking channix because it made me loose weight and I'm still smoking just not as much.

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