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So, to sum it all up: there are 3 internationa organizations trying to help people come off ad. The road back, point of return and Cita.
The first two suggest to taper off by decreasing the drug at a 10 per cent rate avery two weeks. Cita also suggests a very interesting tapering plan by alternating doses.
After reading almost everything on the web about mirtazapine (I'm now at 11.5) I know that:
1) Many people jump from 45 to 0 without problems. It's as if the drug would taper itself off
2) Many people found difficult to jump from even 1mg to 0
3) People who jump from 7.5 to 0 suffer like crazy
4) there is a scientific evidence that also jumping from a minimum dose to 0 can create problems: Studies prove that sert occupancy remains at 80% even at low doses
5) The WS hits you 8 days or 2 weeks after a decrease in dosage.
5) Which leads me to believe that may be the CITA protocol is the best oone...Since even a small reduction can create a problem...It would be best to alternate doses to allow the drug to abandon the body gradually...
Please have a look at the charts about Mirta and tell me what you think.
Have a great Sunday!
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