How Long Does It Take For Lexamil To Go Out Of Your System

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Claudette Says:
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I have been on Lexamil 2 mg for about 8 years. How long does it take to go out of your system. I am n my 6th day and feel energized, a bit of headache....



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Claudette! How are you?

It takes anywhere from 135 to 192 hours, based on its half-life, so that means 8 days, at the most.

However, that does not necessarily mean that the side effects and withdrawal effects will be gone within that time frame, because that is a different matter.

A headache can be a normal withdrawal effect, you may also experience dizziness, diarrhea, round depression and anxiety.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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