A ten day headache!!

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Hello all. I'm in the process of reducing with hopes of getting of Cit. I'm now down to 27.5 mg's from 40. I've been doing it 2.5 mg's at a time for two week periods. Anyone know if these headaches are a normal part of reducing? Just so sick of feeling crappy.

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    You are splitting tablets so you will be getting headaches, you are not allowing your body to reduce in a proper way.

    Talk to your GP He will instruct you in reducing your medication safely


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    Hi John

    Not sure why you have this lengthy headache - you're reducing by a small amount.  Why not stay on the dose you're on and wait for the headache to subside before venturing further?  It may be you get a headache with each reduction, so stay put each time til it goes.

    Yes talk to your doctor too, though I'm sure he'll say you're doing all the right things.

    K x

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      Good day Miss Kate. Tks for the reply. I've been feeling a bit better the last few days. I plan on staying the course as I have spoken to a pharmacist and she told me I'm doing this the right way. Only issues I have is lack of sleep and tinnitus but I can put up with this. She tild me to try melatonin again and I plan on doing that. Other than thise two issues its not going too bad. When I dont get a good nights sleep though I seem to have a crappy day the next day. Enjoy your day!!!!!

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