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Old 12-03-2005, 06:00 AM
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Under my doctor's supervision I have been attempting to ween myself off of celexa since it's given me a general feeling of emotional numbness. She suggested I go from 40mg to 20mg a day for one week then stop taking them altogether. Today is my 8th day off of celexa and this has been the worst week of my life. The only reason I feel depressed is cause I've felt like such crap. I have constant dizziness and vertigo, headaches, exhaustions, "electric zaps", etc. I feel cheated that my doctor didn't warn me that this might be the side effects of stopping and I'm pissed at the entire medical profession. I finally couldn't take it anymore and took a pill this morning. I worked so hard to get off of heroin when I was younger and now I'm stuck addicted to another drug thanks to the professionals? What's up with that????
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