Viibryd Nightmare

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DC Says:

I was doing great until I took Viibryd for 1 month @40mg...Then I developed: extreme fatigue, nausea, vomiting, painful, burning red rash on both legs and swelling of hands, feet and legs. This caused a 12 pound weight gain over night! I tapered off of Viibryd as quickly as I could due to the extreme pain from the rash. I been off of Viibryd for 7 days and rash is gone! I thought I was going to do good coming off of this drug, but nausea, vomiting, confusion, dizziness, suicidal thoughts, extreme depression and panic attacks are bad!! If you have not started this drug, I would recommend you research before taking it. It may help some but in my case it just caused more pain, disappointment and sickness.........

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Verwon Says:

HI, DC! I am very sorry about the problems you suffered from taking the Viibryd.

Learn more Viibryd details here.

Have you consulted your doctor?

That much of a weight gain overnight could be the sign of a very dangerous medical condition starting. You need to consult your doctor to be checked out.

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K Says:

Hello been on viibryd almost 6 weeks at 20 mg......started having really bad joint pain in my arms legs swelling in my feet.....dr ran all kinds of test everything came back fine so now I'm on 15 mg for a week still having the symptoms and now some withdrawals too....going to get off this s*** it's awful never have had these kind of pains.......feel like crap......only positive thing is anxiety got better now here we go switching to a new stupid medicine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hate this.

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