Mirt Withdawal Rib Pain

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Anyone having painful spasms or cramps along the front and / or sides of your ribs? I am going on 8 weeks of, and this seems to be my main problem at this point. Thanks for any replies, David

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    Hi David,

    I have been keeping up with everyone on here for months. I stopped mirtazapine back in July 2015. I stopped on 7.5 and it was the most horrific experience of my life. 

    I would have to say "yes" to your question. I had stomach cramping all night long. I could not eat but my stomach was always hungry! Hang in there David. I just started feeling better about a month ago and I was on klonopin too until a month ago too. So I have officially been off meds for 7 months. The panic attacks are gone but I do get anxiety still and have to focus on other stuff or get busy. I still have night sweats occassionally and my stomach isn't 100% but almost! 

    You can do this David!! I will get back with you when I can. Stay in touch with all of us.

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      Hi David,

      My abdominal cramps were all over my stomach and I still have a horrible appetite. I have lost over ten pounds and am having a hard time putting it back on. 

      I read a lot of books and don't watch t.v. still. I go outside for walks or whatever it takes to get my mind clear and able to handle my body sensations. You MUST stay busy even though you might not want to. I still get fatigued at times too. I have found that protein shakes with fruit work great for my mornings. Mornings are always the worst for me.

      Once I am out the door, I seem to get my mind preoccupied with other stuff and I can usually handle my symptoms easier. You will get through this and it is a brighter place than I have ever been. I don't get depressed anymore but I do still feel overwhelmed at times. But it's great to have my mind back finally!

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