Is this from this?

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Was on 75mg and stopped a month ago. Dr increased to 100mg yesterday and I feel like crap, shaky dizzy pukey... barely slept. Didn't react like that before when I started. Is it from this? It started about 2 hours after I took it last night.

Even this morning I feel foggy and just weird inside. Should I stop?

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  • Posted

    I am currently on day 7 of taking 100mg. The first 5 days was out of this world I was shaking.. Tired.. No appetite and runny tummy. Now its settled down xx
  • Posted

    Oh no 😧 that is how I feel right now. I hope it doesn't last long because I have 3 kids to take care of one being a 6 month old who I nurse and my middle is almost 2 and a handful
    • Posted

      I got twins that are 9 months old being tired with them was scary. My advice have a few lazy days so your body can adjust to it and get help so u can rest xx
  • Posted

    See I'm sort of opposite right now, I slept maybe 2 hours, woke up from 1am-4am and then fell asleep for maybe another hour. It's this shakey nausious feeling I want to get rid of 😧
  • Posted

    I don't understand, how did you stop taking them last time, did you taper slowly over a few months as recommended and why are you so quickly back on them and at a higher dose?

    this is creating chaos for your nervous system. 

    It seems you are having terrible withdrawals mixed with side effects from starting them again.

    i would rethink you're treatment as it doesn't sound like these drugs suit you at all, they don't agree with everybody and you're symptoms seem extreme 

    Withdrawal symptoms can come on weeks and months after stopping them if you have come off too quickly, it seems most doctors Do not give good advice and advise a too rapid reduction causing damage to the nervous system that can be long lasting.

    I've been on them for two years which is far too long and I'm in the process of coming off them, so far I'm down to 12.5 mg with no withdrawals but to achieve this it's taken 4 months of slow tapering to get this far.

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