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Old 01-14-2008, 01:04 AM
Robert Bleeker
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Default Dramamine to reduce withdrawal brain spurts & Vertigo

I had a very tough time comming off Celexa just like the people here described, I suffered brain spurts and experienced a bout of severe Vertigo. I never had Vertigo before and it scared me and made me nausious for days. <br><br>I called the advice nurse (Kaiser) right away when I experienced Virtago and she recommended Dramamine, the OTC travel sickness drug. I took a pill a day for a week and I have experienced no more brain spurts and I am off the drug now!<br><br>Hope this helps for some, I am done with this drug forever.<br><br>Robert
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