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I take 2,000 IU of Vitamin D3 daily and so far, all through my tapers it hasn't affected me.

 

Hopefully, you are healed and won't catch anything else😊

PREVIOUS medications and discontinuations: Have been on medications since 1996. 

 Valium, Gabapentin, Lamictal, Prilosec and Zantac from 2000 to 2015 with a fast taper by a psychiatrist.

 Liquid Lexapro Nov, 2016 to 31-March, 2019 Lexapro free!!! (total Lexapro taper was 4 years-started with pill form)

---CURRENT MEDICATIONS:Supplements:Milk Thistle, Metamucil, Magnesium Citrate, Vitamin D3, Levothyroxine 25mcg, Vitamin C, Krill oil.

Xanax 1mg 3x day June, 2000 to 19-September, 2020 Went from .150 grams (average weight of 1 Xanax) 3x day to .003 grams 3x day.

19-September, 2020 Xanax free!!! (total Xanax taper was 15-1/2 months-1-June, 2019-19-September, 2020)

I am not a medical professional.

The suggestions I make are based on personal experience.

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Thanks Frogie.  I really do think that it is related to the Vitamin D.  I am just very thankful that I have the documentation to back it up because I would have had no idea how long ago it was. 

 

I have restarted the Vit D this morning.  I have been taking it for many years, I think at least 12, and I have hardly ever been sick with a cold or flu.  I think what has happened to me is very interesting, especially since I am still wearing a mask when out at the shops and stay fairly well distanced from other people.

 

My hope at this time is that taking it again might help me to recover fully.  I never feel completely over the first virus, with my voice never going back to normal.

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

Post 0 updates start here    My tapering program     My Intro (goes to tapering graph)

 VIDEO:   Antidepressant Withdrawal Syndrome and its Management

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Hope the vitamin D helps you @ChessieCat

 

I’ve had to stop mine for a while as a blood test recently showed it’s way too high. Hope you recover fully soon and get your voice back🤗

Been on APs, benzos, ADs and opiates, all for chronic pain. Had severe Akathisia in the past that made me suicidal. Still on Seroquel. 2019:➡️ March 10=7.25mg ✔️April 17=7.0✔️June 5th=6.75✔️ July 14th=6.50✔️Aug 28=6.25✔️Oct10=6.20 ✔️ Oct21=6.0✔️Dec16=5.80 ✔️  2020➡️Jan 21=5.60✔️April 2=5.40✔️May 29=5.20✔️Aug14= 5.0 ✔️Sep 29=4.80✔️2021➡️ Jan 31=4.60 mg✔️April 24=4.40mg✔️Jul17=4.30mg ✔️Aug 28=4.20✔️ Oct 11=4.15✔️Nov 1=4.10✔️ Nov 21= 4.05✔️ Dec 13= 4mg✔️  2022➡️Jan 8= 3.95 Jan 31=3.90✔️March 2=3.85✔️ April 4= 3.80✔️June 16=3.75✔️THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE, consult a doctor.

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Thanks Carmie.

 

Please note that I am not posting this here because I am complaining and I am certainly not looking for sympathy, but it is nice to know that there are some members who truly do care that I've had to do with this, and thank you for that.  What this is, is just a factual account of my life over the last 2 years.

 

I thought I would post this here in my topic because it might help members to realise that "life happens" and can cause issues that might be contributed to ADWD when it is not the case.  It's important to be a detective and try to look outside the ADWD to see what other things might have been at play.  It is now 8.5 months since I stopped Pristiq.  I do not put any of the following down to ADWD post zero. 

 

I actually had a bit of a melt down at work yesterday.  I do not attribute this to WD in any way.  Thankfully there were only 2 people there and they are both very understanding.

 

Note that I have had 2 Covid vaccinations in August and October last year with no issues.  And I haven't caught Covid.

 

The things that I was upset about are all things that I have dealt with before.  However I did assess why it had happened.  And the easiest term to use is "battle weary".  It seems that the stress makes it harder to keep the horrible stuff where they belong and when the thoughts (rumination) starts it is harder to cope.  Like a tap dripping into a sink with the plug in, eventually it will spill over.

 

We went into lockdown in 2020 in March.  I live alone and my dog had died about 5 years prior and I only had my cat who was 21.5 and died in May 2020 (this was upsetting but the timing was good because I would have had trouble caring for her when I hurt my back) so my isolation during Covid was not just physical but social as well.  The first 2 months I really enjoyed going out for a walk every morning, then I hurt my lower back (several weeks of bad pain), I did get to socialise a bit because I was doing hydrotherapy several times a week and didn't return to work until January 2021.  Then I got 2 tears in my left knee meniscus and then we went into seriously hard lockdown (couldn't go to hydro) in June and at that time I developed trigger thumbs in both hands from leaning heavily on my walking stick (they are still aren't 100% but are much better than they were).  They would wake me up at night.  It took about 3 months for this to improve and during that time there was very little I could do because I couldn't use my hands.  It's amazing how much you use your hands; I had trouble pulling up my pants and had to slide my hand in between my body and the pants and pull them up that way because I couldn't grip; I couldn't even dry between my toes after a shower; it was extremely frustrating.  October 2021 I was diagnosed with diabetes and started the low carb diet.  Then I returned to work January 2022.  Then in May I stopped taking vitamin D (it's winter here so I'm not even getting outside much) which I had been taking for 12 years and hardly ever been sick.  Then I got a flu in early June which I never fully recovered from and about 4 weeks later I came down with a very bad head cold and it has been nearly 2 weeks with that.  After catching that I saw a video about Vitamin D and the immune system so I restarted the Vit D just over 1 week ago.  And yesterday was my first day back, still not 100% and feeling tired.  Now the tiredness might be because of the low Vit D and/or it could be from my BP going back to normal.  I have twice had to reduce my tablet (and the symptom was just general fatigue which lasted all day) and I was only taking the minimal amount.  I had a normal reading the doctors surgery, actually I was surprised at how low it was, so this morning I didn't bother taking it.

 

And as you can imagine when I completed my assessment my thought was wow it's not really surprising because I have had 2 horrible years and I'm still not at my best.  And it's no wonder that I'm sick of being sick.  And to add to it since mid 2020 hardly anything has been done around the house and I've been home for about 6 of the last 8 weeks seeing it and the state of the house gets me down.  As well as it being cold because it's winter so I only heat one room (because of the cost) so don't move out of that room much.

 

As you can imagine I am very thankful that I found the video about Vit D.  Hopefully I can now recover completely and not be as susceptible to Covid.

 

Anyway, considering what the last 2 years have been like, I think I'm doing reasonable well, but I do know that knowing what has contributed to it definitely helps.

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

Post 0 updates start here    My tapering program     My Intro (goes to tapering graph)

 VIDEO:   Antidepressant Withdrawal Syndrome and its Management

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ChessieCat,

 

That is really a lot for one person to go through, alone, over more than two years.  Plus, that entire time, you have been here helping people with very difficult situations.  I think it’s likely that Vitamin D will be the key to getting your health back on track.  Winter is tough no matter the circumstances.  When the house is a mess because you have been sick, but you have to stay inside, there’s an effect on your mood.  
 

I’m very glad that post-zero is not an issue.  To have that added on top of all of the rest - wow.
 

Maybe your hand will heal enough that you will soon be able to get another cat.  While it might seem like too much now, I hope you heal quickly.


There are several new litter boxes these days that make the whole ordeal less difficult.  A friend of mine had one that used electricity and had a connection to her clothes washing machine!  She said it actually worked well.  It was crazy expensive, and the strange, white pellets are not cheap.  Somehow, it removed the poo, and then cleaned the pellets.  You never know; it might pencil out over the long term if it would let you have a cat.  There is also toilet training.  I knew someone whose cat used the toilet.  There’s an insert you buy and put litter in until the cat gets used to that.  Then, you take the insert away, and the cat goes in the toilet.  It’s not a guarantee that every cat will cooperate, however.

 

I’m glad your co-workers were understanding, and I hope you feel better soon.  

 

Rosetta

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2001-2011 Celexa 10 mg raised to 40 mg then 60 mg over this time period

May 2011 OB Doctor's Cold switch Celexa 60 mg to 10 mg Zoloft sertraline (baby born)

2012-2016 - Doctors raised dose of Zoloft up to 150 mg

2016 - Xanax prescribed - as needed - 0.5 mg about every 3 days (bad reaction)

2016 - Stopped Xanax

Late 2016- Began (too fast) taper of Zoloft

Early 2017 - Trazodone prescribed for bedtime (doseage unknown)

Feb 2017 - Completed taper/stopped Trazodone

Drug free since Feb 2017

2017 - Unisom otc very rarely for sleep

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Dear dear ChessieCat,

I'm sorry you've had two horrible years.

It's a lot to go through, and to deal with it alone, and while tapering.  

The battle weariness is understandable given the cumulative stress. 

Please take gentle care of yourself. You deserve no less.

You offer such generous support to so many. 

Thank you for your dedication. 

I wish you peace, relief, recovery -- sooner rather than later. 

Thinking of you and sending healing vibes <3

A.

 

 

1996-2018 - misc. polypharmacy, incl. SSRIs, SNRIs, neuroleptics, lithium, benzos, stimulants, antihistamines, etc. (approx. 30+ drugs)

2012-2018 - 10mg lexapro/escitalopram (20mg?)    Jan. 2018 - 10mg -> 5mg, then from 5mg -> 2.5mg, then 0mg  -->  July 2018 - 0mg

2017(?)-2020 - vyvanse/lisdexamfetamine 60-70mg    2020-2021 - 70mg down to 0mg  -->  July 2021 - 0mg

March-April 2021 - vortioxetine 5-10mg (approx. 7 weeks total; CT)  -->  April 28th, 2021 - 0mg

supplements: magnesium powder (dissolved in water) as needed throughout the day; 1 tsp fish oil w/ morning meal; 2mg melatonin 

August 1, 2022 - 1 mg melatonin

 

Courage is fear that has said its prayers.  - Karle Wilson Baker

love and justice are not two. without inner change, there can be no outer change; without collective change, no change matters.  - Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Holding multiple truths. Knowing that everyone has their own accurate view of the way things are.  - text on homemade banner at Afiya house

 

I am not a medical professional; this is not medical advice. 

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That's really hard, ChessieCat.

Battle weary is a great description.  You can be extremely proud of yourself for having completed your taper.  It seems cruel that instead of relaxing now and getting on with our lives, we are trying to heal in a time of great hazards and social pressures.

 

One foot in front of the other, a dear friend once advised me in a rough patch.  I hope you are feeling better soon.

 

I have a lot of difficulty typing now.  It is infuriating how when I want to deal with businesses, govt, services, facilities etc, they now look at me funny when I don't want to use a computer, mobile or app to deal with them.  Pen and paper, in person and on the phone are hardly unreasonable contact methods to demand.
Me on retiring from I.T:  "Oh well, it will be nice not to have deal with computers now"
Rest of the world:  "What do you mean, you don't have the internet on?" and "Sir, everyone carries a mobile phone now.  You will have to wait 4 days in iso for your PCR test if you use a paper form." 

I am fairly sure that AMPK was affected by the drug, softening the cartilege in my fingers and inducing some kind of arthritis that they cannot otherwise diagnose.  It doesn't seem to be going away, and has prompted a career change.  I wonder if this might be a factor for you, too.  Did I hear recently that arthritis has been increasing here?

These are also very tough times to take a big income cut, and welfare is atrocious now.  Being cut off from our social networks IRL shows how poorly recent Australian social policies are enacted.  I had never been lonely before Delta in my life!

Threw a party yesterday.  Hugs, kisses, music, food, drink, rude jokes and all that good stuff that used to be at least weekly.  Worth the effort 🙂
 

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My taper visualised as a graph   |   My intro thread

Backdrop:  2003 10mg olanzapine | 2004 2-3mg risperidone | end 2014 3wks aripiprazole

2015: olanzapine  10 -> 7½ -> 6⅔ -> 5mg  by crude pill cutter

2018:  Mar 5.00mg -> water titrated taper -> Aug2.5mg tablet and hold

Jan 2019 2.50mg water titration -> Jan 2020 1.214  -> Jan 2021 0.44 -> 2 Oct 0.205 ->3 Oct ZERO🥂

"Ask not what you can do for your country, but what your country did to you"  -- KMFDM

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On 7/14/2017 at 9:12 AM, ChessieCat said:

UPDATE:  Down to 20mg today.  1/5 of original dose.  Opening capsule so that if there is any interdose withdrawal it will be during my sleep.

 

Still notice a slight increase in anxiety after making a reduction but on the whole I'm doing reasonably well.  I'm able to listen to talks and watch videos but find reading a bit difficult.  I've also found that a word game I was playing 3-6 months ago is harder.  You are presented with 26 letters and have to make 3 words.  I've also found that I'm better able to multitask whereas previously I was only able to do one thing at a time and it usually took my full concentration.  It also seems like I don't lose my words or train of thought as much as I used to when talking to people.

 

I'm not feeling the need to sleep during the day now.  Early last year I was needing a 2 hour sleep, whereas now I only occasionally nod off if I'm watching TV.  During the night if I wake up the feeling like want to jump out of my skin rarely occurs and when it does I'm able to cope with it.  It's nice to be feeling emotions again.  I haven't experienced any bouts of depression, more just periods of being down.  I'm still finding it difficult to get motivated to do things around the house but previously there would be a feeling of dread with it.

 

Tapering graph to December 2018 April 2019:

 

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I only just saw your graph here.  Remarkable how we both started with a big drop, went back up a bit, and had a longer hold at half way.  Cheers.

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My taper visualised as a graph   |   My intro thread

Backdrop:  2003 10mg olanzapine | 2004 2-3mg risperidone | end 2014 3wks aripiprazole

2015: olanzapine  10 -> 7½ -> 6⅔ -> 5mg  by crude pill cutter

2018:  Mar 5.00mg -> water titrated taper -> Aug2.5mg tablet and hold

Jan 2019 2.50mg water titration -> Jan 2020 1.214  -> Jan 2021 0.44 -> 2 Oct 0.205 ->3 Oct ZERO🥂

"Ask not what you can do for your country, but what your country did to you"  -- KMFDM

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Just had to share this that came up on my FB page:

 

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

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UPDATE:

 

9 months AD free today!!!  Still no obvious symptoms which I would definitely attribute to withdrawal.

 

Health-wise I am almost back to normal after getting the flu at the beginning of June and then 6 weeks later (when I was almost over the flu) getting a head cold (4.5 weeks).

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

Post 0 updates start here    My tapering program     My Intro (goes to tapering graph)

 VIDEO:   Antidepressant Withdrawal Syndrome and its Management

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That’s amazing Chessie.  Well done, I’m so happy for you!  🥹 

1997-2006 - Prozac 20mg

2006-2015 - Lexapro 15mg, Klonopin .5mg PRN

2015 - Paxil | 2016 - Remeron 30mg | Mar 2017 - Lexapro 7.5mg, Kpin .5mg |July 2017 - Pristiq 50mg, Kpin 1mg

Oct 2017 - Celexa 20mg, Kpin .5mg | Feb 2018 - celexa 20mg, Kpin to Valium 7.5mg 

April 2018 - rapid taper of Celexa and Valium leading to crash

May 2018 -  Aug  2019 - Fluoxetine 15 mg, Valium 3.5mg

Aug 2019 -April 2020 - Micro liquid taper off 3.5mg valium end April 6 2020. Liquid Fluoxetine 12mg per day

May 2020 - Nov 2021 -   liquid fluoxetine 12mg per day.

Dec 2021 10mg Prozac Capsule | May 24 2022 - 9.5mg | July 1 9.2mg | Aug 14 9.0mg | Aug 30 8.9mg

*Zero alcohol since July 2020. 

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Milestone:  I disposed of all of my Pristiq today!

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

Post 0 updates start here    My tapering program     My Intro (goes to tapering graph)

 VIDEO:   Antidepressant Withdrawal Syndrome and its Management

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15 minutes ago, ChessieCat said:

Milestone:  I disposed of all of my Pristiq today!


Love those days where you just know it's the day :D

I am not a health professional - your actions are your own.  

Please do not seek tapering support via private message

My taper visualised as a graph   |   My intro thread

Backdrop:  2003 10mg olanzapine | 2004 2-3mg risperidone | end 2014 3wks aripiprazole

2015: olanzapine  10 -> 7½ -> 6⅔ -> 5mg  by crude pill cutter

2018:  Mar 5.00mg -> water titrated taper -> Aug2.5mg tablet and hold

Jan 2019 2.50mg water titration -> Jan 2020 1.214  -> Jan 2021 0.44 -> 2 Oct 0.205 ->3 Oct ZERO🥂

"Ask not what you can do for your country, but what your country did to you"  -- KMFDM

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On 8/22/2022 at 4:35 AM, ChessieCat said:

Milestone:  I disposed of all of my Pristiq today!

 

Oh wow, this is awesome! Way to go, ChessieCat! 

Doing a little dance for you <3

1996-2018 - misc. polypharmacy, incl. SSRIs, SNRIs, neuroleptics, lithium, benzos, stimulants, antihistamines, etc. (approx. 30+ drugs)

2012-2018 - 10mg lexapro/escitalopram (20mg?)    Jan. 2018 - 10mg -> 5mg, then from 5mg -> 2.5mg, then 0mg  -->  July 2018 - 0mg

2017(?)-2020 - vyvanse/lisdexamfetamine 60-70mg    2020-2021 - 70mg down to 0mg  -->  July 2021 - 0mg

March-April 2021 - vortioxetine 5-10mg (approx. 7 weeks total; CT)  -->  April 28th, 2021 - 0mg

supplements: magnesium powder (dissolved in water) as needed throughout the day; 1 tsp fish oil w/ morning meal; 2mg melatonin 

August 1, 2022 - 1 mg melatonin

 

Courage is fear that has said its prayers.  - Karle Wilson Baker

love and justice are not two. without inner change, there can be no outer change; without collective change, no change matters.  - Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Holding multiple truths. Knowing that everyone has their own accurate view of the way things are.  - text on homemade banner at Afiya house

 

I am not a medical professional; this is not medical advice. 

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HI Hayduke and Ariel.  Yes, it just seemed the right time.  No fanfare or celebration, just a matter of fact I was well past the time frame that I might need a tiny speck.

 

UPDATE:  10 months off tomorrow.  I wanted to update now whilst I remember.

 

I definitely don't feel like I have had any withdrawal symptoms and I think if I was going to I would have noticed it over the last month.  Read below to see what physically demanding work I have been doing.

 

I finally got over my flu and cold.  I did restart my Vitamin D and also started taking a small amount of zinc; apparently both are helpful for the immune system.  It seemed to take a long time before I was completely well; my gauge for this was being able to sing to my songs whilst driving to work.

 

And physically I am doing really well.  Over the last 4 weeks I have been digging a BIG hole, and DEEP (half 27", half 32" - I'm only 5' so it's just as well it wasn't any deeper - I was lying down scraping dirt into a bucket and then hauling it up with a rope), to find a collapsed storm water 3 way T-connection in my front yard.  I have had to be very careful so as not to hurt my back and my knees, but I've done it bit by bit.  I did end up with sore glutes but I think it might have been the medius and minimus, not the maximus which I have been working on.  But overall I've been very pleased that I've managed to do what I have done.  I'm not organising for a plumber to fix the pipes and then I will gradually work on putting the dirt back in the hole.

 

And my trigger thumbs, which started about this time last year, have been reasonably good too.  I exercise and massage them and it is only very rarely that they feel like they want to click.  Considering how much I have been working with my hands I am very pleased with how they are.

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  MISSION ACCOMPLISHED:    (6 year taper)      0mg Pristiq      on 13th November 2021

ADs since ~1992:  25+ years - 1 unknown, Prozac (muscle weakness), Zoloft; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after); Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (Serotonin Toxicity)  Tapering from Oct 2015 - 13 Nov 2021   LAST DOSE 0.0025mg

Post 0 updates start here    My tapering program     My Intro (goes to tapering graph)

 VIDEO:   Antidepressant Withdrawal Syndrome and its Management

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Gosh, is it 10 months off already - time goes so fast, which bodes well for those of us with 3 more years to go! So pleased to hear you’re feeling fully recovered from your mysterious flu like virus and that you have been able to be so active. I’m also slowly increasing my physical activity and whereas a year ago it wore me out, now I can do it without paying for it all week. Hope you keep going from strength to strength ☺️

Mirtazepine 15mg Nov 2018 -April 2019

April - Sept 2019 Mirtazepine 7.5

October 2019 - about 4 Nov 6mg Mirtazepine 

4-13 Nov anxiety & sleep problems caused by change of brand & jumping around with doses

13 Nov 2019 to 7 Dec 2019 10mg Mirtazepine 

8-10 Dec 2019 15mg Mirtazepine 

11 Dec 2019 to 14 Dec 12.5mg Mirtazepine 

15 December 2019 to 13 June 2021 15mg Mirtazepine 

14 June 2021 started brass monkey Slide.  
2021: 23 August 12.3mg, 28 October 11.1mg, 6 Dec 10mg

2022: 12 Feb 8.5, 27 Feb 8.1, 22 March 7.7, 5 May 6.9, 25 July 5.7, 12 Sept 5mg (yayyyy)

 

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