I inconsistently took my Celexa and I’m not feeling better after regulating

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Hi, I've been on Celexa for almost a year now. I moved to a different state and inconsistently took my Celexa and missed about 4-6 days. After doing that for two weeks I've felt nauseas, loss of appeteite and have had horrible anxiety. The past 4 days I've taken the Celexa every day at the same time and I'm still nauseas and cant eat. Is this normal? If so, when does it go away? Thank you for any help 😦

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    Hi Kas ,what you were getting was withdrawal symptoms because you were missing days ,now you have started again and taking them daily ,you will get symptoms until the ssri goes into your body ,you will have too persevere for 8/10 weeks till this is in your body

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    Hi Kas ,what you were getting was withdrawal symptoms because you were missing days ,now you have started again and taking them daily ,you will get symptoms until the ssri goes into your body ,you will have too persevere for 8/10 weeks till this is in your body

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    Hi Kas ,what you were getting was withdrawal symptoms because you were missing days ,now you have started again and taking them daily ,you will get symptoms until the ssri goes into your body ,you will have too persevere for 8/10 weeks till this is in your body

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    Don't worry, you'll level out again. Being as you missed about 6 days, you started to withdraw 'cold turkey.' I think you mean you were a bit irregular when you started again, too? You need to allow a few weeks to level out again. It will come.

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