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Old 09-06-2007, 08:11 PM
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Default Celexa side effects

I was on Celexa and experienced numerous rare side effects. Among them were bruxism (teeth clenching or grinding), vivid nightmares, nose bleeds, and light sensitivity. Some of the 'more normal' side effects that I experienced were no sex drive at all (I'm 47 and have been married 28 years), uncontrolled yawning, skin crawling itching, fatigue, and severe nausea. It took a lot of research to find some of these side effects were from the Celexa but once I found proof, my doctor and I weaned me off. Fortunately, I didn't have any withdrawal problems. Within 1 month of stopping the Celexa, 97% of the side effects were gone.
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