Withdrawl From Escitralopam

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Jody Says:
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Headache left side only escitralopam withdrawal some nauzea ive been on the drug for six weeks. I will be off cold turkey on saturday for one week. I also am very cold. Any idea how long these headaches will last. All i want to do is sleep. Pain meds don't help much thanks



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jody! How are you feeling?

You weren't on it for very long, so they should improve soon, but if they don't be sure to check with your doctor, since there might be something else going on.

Why are you stopping it, already?

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Jody Says:
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I am doing well my symptoms only lasted two and a half weeks from the withdrawals. I stop taking it because of the side effects that it was causing. I am presently not on any antidepressants at this time. I am depressed. I am hoping with therapy that I can get happier and if not happier at least content.Thank you. Jody

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dyslexic Says:

if you didn't like escitalopram you could have straight tapered onto another SSRI MED like sertraline overnight . Then you may have been fine by now, THERAPY is used with meds mostly so you will need one if depressed. But if not if not acute depression don't bother with any .Depression wipes you out if you can function ok your mild depression will fade. 6 weeks on escitalopram you could have got over the side effects they don't all last forever and at 6 weeks the med is just starting to work, lots give up to soon and you finish up going from med to med. THEY ALL make you worse before better, and escitalopram is 1 of the best


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