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  1. If you were able to successfully wean yourself off of antidepressants after 10 years or more, please tell me a short version of your story or provide a link to your Intro topic. Thanks!
  2. exposepharma

    exposepharma: Introduction

    Limited amount of time here, but hopefully I can be helpful. I finally quit all SSRI's and SNRI's after 25 years of Prozac, Paxil, Wellbutrin, Zoloft, Pristiq, Adderal, Cymbalta, and many more I can't remember. I finally quit in August 2017 after a prolonged wean. The first 2 months were pure hell, but I remained determined. I have found a combination of supplements that are now helping quite a bit. ( with guidance from a nutritionist) I am at a point where I can "do this". The lows definitely suck, but I am enjoying the highs that have been absent for 25 years. Anyway, I'm not making any recommendations here, I am simply letting people know what is currently helping me. Here is the list of what I am taking that appears to help. L-Tryptophan 1000mg at night Magnesium 400mg at night Melatonin 10mg at night St Johns Wort 350mg three times daily 5-HTP 100mg three times daily SAM-e 400mg twice daily Omega 3 FISH OIL 2000mg daily methyl-cobalamin 2000mcg daily Vitamin D 5000U daily By the way, I have tried a minimum of three times getting off of these meds. This time, it is night/day difference. I am cautiously optimistic for the first time.
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