Mirtazapine withdrawal support group

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Hey everyone I've setup a support group on Facebook, for anyone interested, it's titled 

Mirtazapine withdrawal support group 

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    Looked at it I think. Not very much there. Please send me a link to

    Thanks

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    Been on Remeron for about 10 years 15mg for sleep. Decided the stop cold turkey 3 weeks ago. Big insomnia problems and itching so bad I draw blood. But I'm determined to get off this unnecesay product and hopefully reduce weight.

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      Hi Diamond

      Good luck !  For the itching try a simple over the counter anti-histamine.  Mirt contains a huge amount of this and stopping CT allows a sudden assault hence the itching.  

      Let us know how it goes for you.  Best wishes.

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    May I just say Toria, I searched and found the support group you have set up, I'm familiar with fb Mirt support groups!  Would you consider making this a "Secret" or private group so that not everyone can see what you all write to contain the privacy of one another?  Just a thought.

    I hope it goes well for you.

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    yes Toria, it looks safe now, but I can see who are members, maybe firm that up, just thinking of your anonymity?  

    Good luck smile  

     

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    hi there,im now on almost 15 days from tapering 15mg to 12.5mg of mirtazapine and today out of nowhere i started to shake like i ever had and im scared it might be the Parkinson's problem!!! right now i still have some shaking... and i feel that my head want to shake although it hasn't plz help! is any of you have that or had that while tapering?

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