Mirt withdrawal / UTI

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Hi everyone.

i have to go to urgent care yesterday as I was feeling like I had something wrong with urinating so often and slight back pain ('since I'm coming off this stuff I feel bad all over so hard to disurn one pain from the other)

the test was positive for UTI, I hope it won't go to my kidneys...

i don't think it has anything to do with the mirt, but then again I can't rule it out because of all the crazy withdrawal symptoms.

im going to stay in bed a couple days...damn why now?

if I don't post for a couple days only means I'm resting. I'll be back!!


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    Rose, rest well: it has to do with mirta, I read it. 
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    I also had a UTI 2 months after mirta, but it went away in 3 days.
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    Hi Rose I hope you re feeling better soon xx
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    Hi Rose,  now there's a thing!  I'm coming off Mirtaz. too and have just finished 3 days of antibiotics for Cystitis.  Down to 3.75 mg (a quarter of a tab.).  Do hope you feel better...drink plenty of Cranberry juice!
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    Thank you everyone for words of encouragement.....it's like this drug knows when you are tossing it out, with a mind of it's own.

    no withdrawal symtoms today at all. Feel alert and clear minded.

    doctor says rest though..so cranberry juice and plenty of water.

    my kids went to the grocery store and bought me a ton of foodsmile... I guess they can see I've lost more weight. So tonight...it's just rest and a good movie

    i love you guys!

    hang in there

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