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  1. Hello, I am 39 years old female who used to be on Celexa for 10 years and switched over to Pristiq about 2 years ago. I had anxiety and rarely any panic attacks. - 2007 Celexa 20mg - 2012 Celxexa increased to 40mg - 2017 Celexa decreased to 20mg - 2018 (April) Switched to Pristiq 50mg - 2018 (September) Increased to 100mg of Pristiq - 2020 July Decreased Pristiq to 75mg Currently on Pristiq on 25mg. The reason how I switched to different med was when I asked my doctor I wanted to come off the celexa after 10 years since I was getting better
  2. Hi everyone. I have been on Citalopram for 17 years and my doctor advised me that I would probably need to stay on it long term. Almost 2 years ago I moved to a new town with my husband and my new doctors surgery has a very different view - they are very much of the opinion that you should not be on antidepressants long term. Cue 18 months off hell. My mental health has been stable for years while I've been on 20mg Citalopram. Shortly after registering with the new surgery I was asked to go in for a medication review and basically told that I had been on it for too long and needed
  3. 14 years on Celexa : (citalopram) because of a misdiagnosis. Bunch of symptoms that i ended up with over the years : Irritable Bowel Syndrome, bad acid reflux / stomach problems, aura migraine, migraine,tinnitus,spasms, bladder leakage, sexual problems, etc. A year ago I've discovered that most the physical and psychological diagnostics mentioned before were all due to the medication. I was a shocked and took me a year of therapy to defuse my anger and rage It took me almost the same amount of time to convince one psychiatrist that i needed to withdrawal from the medication. I have seen an
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