Withdrawal Symptoms From Fluoxetine

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kaz Says:
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I have been taking fluoxetine for approximately 4 & ½ yrs now. If I stop taking them will I have any side effects / withdrawal symptoms?



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Verwon Says:

You might, the NIH lists the withdrawal effects as possible including nausea, dizziness, headache, rebound depression, and anxiety.

Why are you stopping it?

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kaz Says:
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I don't feel like im benefiting from my medication, I seem to be stressing out over nothing, my doctor has also prescribed mirtazapine to take of a night as I have terrible sleeping patterns, (I suppose I need to speak with my doctor) but all she seems to say is we'll increase your dosage) thankyou for your reply

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