Withdrawing from mirth aping 30mlg

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Hi, I've just withdrawn from mirtzapine 30 mlb to nothing overnight with doctors direction and taking tamazapine 10 mlgs to help me sleep, I'm now on day 4, I'm feeling much better except I'm still finding it difficult to get and stay asleep and now I'm getting really itchy especially at night, is this normal. I get itchy anyway but tonight it's unbearable, has anyone else experienced this problem, if so what did u do?  Thx Nettie

 

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    Hi ive just crossed over from mirtzapine to amtripline im now off mirtzapine have more engry, i had this itchy thing , gone now. Love to know my self what it was , be intresting to find out. Great post hunni
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    Hi nettie,

    Good to hear you're feeling better, I came off 15mg with doctors direction & was doing really well for 2-3 wks then I got the unbearable itching mainly at night too, I mentioned it on here & someone suggested taking an antihistamine which I did & it helped, though it made me drowsy so it may help a little with your stepping too.

    Good luck x

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    Hi Julie and brandy, 

    lve been insanely itchy today, driving me nuts so I spoke to a local pharmacist and got some 'Hamilton kin active pine tar lotion with menthol it has helped relieve some itchiness, gees I hope I get sleep tonight!!!

    cheers NettieNettie

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      Hi nettie,

      Thanks ive not been to bad with inchy, feel for you i hope its helping and you have a goodnights sleep x

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