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So I’m 9 weeks into 10mg of Celexa I felt like I was really improving but the past couple of days I’ve had really weird moments I forget easily and experience confusion on what happened and didn’t happen since I’ve been having very vivid dreams. Im also experiencing depersonalization not as severe but noticeable and makes it hard to get out of bed because I’m scared. So should I stop taking? I can’t get a hold of my doctor but I’m tired of feeling this confused thinking or is it just part of the health process?

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    That's all part of the celexa..it will pass..take care

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    Hi Jessica did you start getting depersonalization when you started taking the medication? Also with depersonalisation you have to get on with life, staying in bed won't make it get any better, I know it's a scary experience and it's really frightening but don't let depersonalization hold any power over you. The chemicals in your brain are probably just adjusting with the medication and also depersonalisation is a symptom of anxiety resulting from a overly tired mind from anxious thinking. Your emotions and brain are protecting you so it's gone into safe mode this resulting into a sense of unreality. Honestly Jessica you gotta get out there, eat healthy and get some exercise, I know it will be hard at the start, but I promise it will get better x

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      Hi there, no I had it a little before I started but it was more like brain fog? Not sure how to explain it. But it’s very hard when I feel so sick too. But I’m trying my best! Thank you for replying!!
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