Withdrawl From Phentermine

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Gina Says:


I was given phentermine from my doctor for three months. That was the limit she said no more after I ran out .three days after I quit taking it I have had severe depression and panic and high anxiety. I'm also on several other drugs for pain tramadol,and Seroquel and clonopin. for depression.could the withdrawl from phentermine be the cause of these symptoms? thanks



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Verwon Says:

HI, Gina! Sorry about the problems you're having. Are you feeling any better, yet?

And yes, Phentermine is a type of stimulant, so it can cause those types of effects upon sudden withdrawal.

Learn more Phentermine details here.

Since your doctor did limit you to just 3 months of it, it shouldn't take too long of a time period for these effects to wear off, maybe a week or two. If they don't, or if they get severe, then please contact your doctor immediately.

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maria Says:
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If your on clonipin u shouldnt be having with drawing but everbodys different tell the doctor how u feel

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