Nausea From Xanax Withdrawal

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Skelminsky Says:
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Can someone please tell me how to get rid of the nausea from xanax withdrawal? Is there something I can take or do? Thank you.

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EDDY Says:

If I remember after a couple days of not eating and throwing up the nausea went away. This is your body telling you to get the E.R. or see a Doctor at once

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EDDY Says:

In other words you are starting to die. Each day will bring new symptoms

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Verwon Says:

I don't think telling someone they are starting to die is quite accurate, to be honest.

Yes, some withdrawals can eventually go that far, if a person was severely abusing a medication, however, some nausea can be a normal effect of withdrawing from even normal doses, as prescribed, according to the FDA.

The biggest worry with stopping this medication cold turkey is the risk of seizures.

Thus, it would be best to consult your doctor, as a precaution and, if your symptoms become severe or you start experience seizures. seek emergency medical assistance.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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EDDY Says:

Your body is starting the process of shutting down. The nausea stops because eating becomes impossible. Then the heart and stomach start to hurt. At some point it is hard to drink water as well or go to the bathroom. I could have written a book as each day has something new for you, including vivid hallucinations. Death does not occur at first

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sue Says:
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Ask your Dr for promethezine! It really helped me with nausea.. Don't get Zofran! It made me worse!

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EDDY Says:

If you are able to get out to a Doctor while suffering potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms, please Sue don't ask them for an antihistamine.

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