Withdrawal Symptoms Of Nuzak And Urbanol

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marilyn Says:
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My psychiatrist put me 20mg of prozac first whilst in hospital then went to nuzak 20mg and 40mg urbanol. 10 breakfast n lunch n 20 dinnertime. I became like a zombie. I wss just slightky stressed with work.bf issues. And no family support as I livr away.i suddenly stop since ths was making hv no emotion no feeling. Fely good at first not worrying. But God doesn't create us to have no feelings. He wants us to go thru good n bad n feel everything. N just pray n go to the Lord Jesus Christ. He didnt open the red sea for nothing. If he can save hes people in doin that then surely our problems can be sorted. Be obedient n loyal to God and ask for his help hes waiting for you. Trust me I did. Im of the meds now about 14 days. I had terrible withdrawal. Slurred speech, forgetful, slow talking n thinkn..no focus. Dnt try driving theres no focus or thinkn ahead.No appetite. Diahorrra..dizziness. wobbly weak legs and arms. Irritable. My question is I been on it for 42 days. I abrubtly stopped cold turkey for 14 days. How much longer before I feel myself again.?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Marilyn! How are you?

Since you stopped cold turkey, it may take another 2 weeks, or so, before you start to feel back to normal.

Other withdrawal effects, as listed by the FDA, may include nausea, headache, fever and chills.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Delene potgieter Says:

Just a quick mention; Prozac and Nuzak are the same thing. Just that one is a generic..but still do exactly the same thing.

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