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Asjf

Hi everyone.  

I haven’t checked in in awhile. 

I’m feeling as though it’s safe to say I’m finally 100% free of the withdrawal effects I experienced after 22 years of continuous Zoloft use. I am WELL and no longer experiencing any abnormal physical, neurological or psychological symptoms that I associated with protracted withdrawal from SSRI use. My body and mind has healed. It was a long road but it’s happened. I stopped in November 2014 and it’s been the most challenging journey of my life—but I made it. 

 

I hope this gives Hope and Resolve to those of you who are still inside of the very challenging and at times terribly confusing space that withdrawal creates. But please believe that full healing is possible. I was so low at points in the last five years that I considered taking my own life many many times. Now I look back on that period and just feel deep compassion for the level of suffering I experienced, and also tremendous gratitude to be here now feeling WHOLE. 

 

Now the REAL journey begins—learning how to live powerfully and peacefully inside of this life by reprogramming the learned patterns of thought and behavior which, in the past, brought me to a point where I could no longer cope with life on life’s terms—thus bringing me to those mind a soul destroying meds. 

 

I feel confident that I can achieve a life of true inner peace and joy that I love from this point on and I now have zero doubt at all that removing the medication from my life was the best thing I could have done for myself. 

 

Much love and gratitude to everyone here who

gave so much support during some very dark times. I’ll always be grateful to you, as well as my wife and family and the few friends I have—you all saved my life.

 


ADMIN NOTE Asjf's Intro topic is here

 

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On Zoloft 150mg-200mg from 1991-Nov. 2014. Weaned off over 40+ weeks (too fast unbeknownst to me at the time) Protracted withdrawal began in Jan. 2015 Currently weaning off Lyrica (pregabalin). Started Apr. 2015. titrated up to 400mg/day. <p>"The quality of your life is determined by the amount of uncertainty you can comfortably live with" -- Anthony Robbins

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Leo1983

Well done.... 

 

Go enjoy your hard work.....


May 2016 - Aug 2016 - Prozac 20mg

 

March 2017 - June 2017 - Sertraline 100mg. Horrific withdrawal 5 m onths.

 

July 2017 - Aug 2017 - Mirtazapine 15mg. Horrific.

 

August 2017 - December 2017 Fluoxetine 10mg for 2 weeks ghen Escitalopram 20mg for 12 weeks. Never felt normal since this. Or baseline.

 

March 2018 - June 2018 - Escitalopram 5mg for 12 weeks. Stopped and here i am full of symptoms i never had.

 

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MRothbard

Right on! 


September 2014 to July 2015 - 20 mg Lexapro, 30mg Mirtazipine

 

August 2015 to November 2016- 10mg Lexapro, 30 mg Mirtazipine

 

Nov. 2016 to Nov. 2017 - 10mg Lexapro, 3.75 mg Mirtazipine

 

Nov. 2017 to Mach 2018 - 5mg/2.5mg Lexapro, 0mg Mirtazipne

 

Mach 2018 to Dec. 2018 - 0mg Lexapro, 0mg Mirtazipne

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mdwstrx

Very inspiring. Congratulations!

 


2002 Escitalopram 20 mg.

11/18 Tapered to 2.5 mg/Dr. advised stopping 

11/18 Reinstated - up-dosed to 7.5 mg

3/19 Stabilized

4/19 Began BM slide

Current 2.25 mg. 🌼

 

Heal me, LORD, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved: for thou art my praise. Jer 17:14

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Oliver1974

Fantastic!

 

Any tips? I’ve been on 75mg for a year and I want to titrate off.

 

regards

Stefan


May 2018
- 75 mg Zoloft 
- 75 mg Trazadone 
- 0.75 mg Xanax 

 

March 2019
- 75 mg Zoloft
- 2 mg / 1 ml liquid Diazepam 

 

August 2019

- ended diazepam taper

75 mg Zoloft 

 

My intro thread: Oliver1974: sertraline / Zoloft tapering

My benzo thread: Oliver1974: Benzo withdrawal and backache

 

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withhopeinmyheart

Wonderful! Another success, another story of hope for us. Congratulations! 


Escitalopram August 2015 - 20mg

Some time in winter 2017 down to 10mg with no problems

May 21 2018 5mg, June 4 2018 2.5mg, June 18 2018 0mg 

October 1 2018 something's wrong 

October 2 2018 arriving in hell

Reinstated 0.25mg

October 27 2018 0.35mg, November 23 2018 0.5mg, November 24 2018 0.6mg

November 28 2018 0.5mg and holding since 

Taking fish oil and magnesium 

L-Thyroxin 50 for Hashimoto's

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Altostrata

Asjf, so happy to hear such good news! How did you finally go off pregabalin? Did you have any post-acute withdrawal from that?

 

What was your original tapering method, when you went off Zoloft?


This is not medical advice. Discuss any decisions about your medical care with a knowledgeable medical practitioner.

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Hopeinahpwr

God bless!!! I am so happy for you!!! 🙂


On zoloft since 2000 for OCD/anxiety. Tapered off from 150mg to 100, 50, 25 over Dec/Jan 2015. After month n half off, began depression. Being terrified, as I never had depression before, after a few days, went back to 50mg, then five days later to 100mg. Now stable. I will stop this medication, with time and perseverance...my current taper level and timing are as follows, which includes No other Rx's, No alcohol, NEVER any illicit drugs:

84mg from October 2016

82mg from February 2017

79mg from April 2017

77mg from June 2017

75mg from July 2017

"Yesterday is History, Tomorrow a Mystery, Today is a Gift." - Eleanor Roosevelt

"Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing, your freedom to choose how you will respond to the situation." - Viktor Frankl

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JackieDecides
17 hours ago, Asjf said:

I stopped in November 2014 and it’s been the most challenging journey of my life—but I made it. 

 

I am so glad to see you posting your success story, it's very inspiring! 😃

 

if you stopped in 2014, how long before you felt completely healed and free from WD? was it just recently and it took the entire 5 years before you really felt healed?

 

(I am at one year off and wondering how much longer it will take 😋 )

 

 


Currently taking Ramapril (blood pressure) 5 mg twice a day

Omeprazole 10 mg AM and 20 mg PM  (the taper has gone nowhere after the first cut)

Famotidine   once a day (and I still needs tums sometimes)

magnesium 200 mg at night

as of yesterday 2 fish oil capsules "EPA-DHA 1000"

 

off Lexapro as of 5/2018  - last dose had been 5 mg every other day for a couple years

 

highest dose had been 20 mg at which point I was diagnosed with Bipolar II, which went away when I cut the lexapro down to 15 mg. 

 

I spent years on Paxil before Lexapro (can't remember dose), briefly on Effexor and Abilify and others I have forgotten. in fact, when I was diagnoses with BPII I was put on all kinds of things which made me feel so bad I stopped them cold turkey within maybe 3 or 4 weeks, thank goodness. since then I've known these pills were terrible and I weaned down the Lexapro with zero help or support over I'm not sure how many years. 

 

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bijay

I am just starting this journey, so thank you for giving me a bit more hope and confidence that the healing can begin ...


Started .25 mg. clonazapam Oct. 2016, 10 mg. Celexa Dec. 2016, 10 mg. amitriptyline January 2017

Also took 60 mg. Dexilant Oct. 2016 through April 2017, successfully weaned off

Quit Celexa successfully cold turkey Oct. 2017

Fast wean of amitriptyline Dec. 2017 - major WD symptoms and reinstated at 10 mg. Jan. 2018

Slow amitryptyline wean started Mar. 2019, reduced from 10 mg. to 5.3 mg. currently

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Adili13

Love seeing new stories! **** yes ASJF! 


2008: start Lexapro 10 mg which is quickly upped to 20 mg. 2008:2013 try at least four individual times to get off Lexapro, never get lower than 5mg, settle at 15 mg. 2015: again, attempt to get off Lexapro and get to 5 mg. After 6 months, feel i'm stabilizing but go back on a higher dose because of one stressful event. 2016: go to 20 mg from 15 mg due to work stresses, hit severe tolerance for the first time and become very suicidal. 2016-2017: try viibryd and cymbata in an attempt to feel better. Also add Lamictal 150 at some point. 2017: eventually land on paxil 37.5 and Lamictal 150. January 2018: cut paxil to 25. April-July 2018: reduce Lamictal in 50 mg increments till im off August. 2018: reduce paxil to 20 mg. december 2018: dropped Paxil to 18 mg, SEVERE CRASH. March updosed to 20 mg April 11: dropped to 19.4 mg due to akathsia (still experiencing akathsia symptoms from updose) April 20: 19 mg Paxil May 4: 18.7 Paxil July 5: 18.2 July 12: 17.8 Aug 19: 17.5 Aug 26: 17.3 Oct 20: 17.1 Nov 3: 16.9, 8/17/20: 16.6 after nine month hold, 8/24/20: 16.4, 8/31/20:16.2, 9/14/2020: 16.0, 9/21/20: 15.8

 

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elbee

@Asjf thank you so much for coming back to post your success story! I read through a bit of your original thread, and the courage you discovered in yourself through your W/D journey is really profound. I've no doubt you will draw from those resources moving forward today . . .

 

On 6/5/2019 at 12:38 AM, Asjf said:

Now the REAL journey begins—learning how to live powerfully and peacefully inside of this life

 

I really appreciate hearing from folks who have some distance from the end of their taper (WD-0), and can provide some perspective from that vantage. Life will always present challenges, but I too want to live my life as fully-human as possible, and that includes not being drugged.

 

On 6/5/2019 at 12:38 AM, Asjf said:

I feel confident that I can achieve a life of true inner peace and joy that I love from this point on and I now have zero doubt at all that removing the medication from my life was the best thing I could have done for myself. 

 

Perhaps drop in again from time to time to keep us posted? Best of luck to you in your new life! 👍😉🙏


My suggestions are not medical advice. They are my opinions based on my own experience, strength and hope.

You are in charge of your own medical / healing / recovery choices.

My success story |  My introduction thread

 

ZOLOFT FREE - COMPLETELY DRUG FREE 4/28/2019! - total time on 28+ years

BENZO FREE! 4/7/2018 - total time on 27+ years

REMERON FREE! 12/11/2016 - total time on 15 months

Caffeine & Nicotine Free 2014 / 2015 - smoked for 28 years

Alcohol Free 4/1/2014 - drank for 30 years

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ComingHome

Thanks so much, asjf, for posting this.  It's so kind and brave to come back and encourage others still caught up in this nightmare.  I'm not very active on this site, as I'm still in the thick of it.  I find it all overwhelming and I focus all my strength on just keeping my head on straight and getting through the days, but I come here often to read the success stories.  

 

Our timelines and meds are somewhat similar.  I did a too-fast taper off Paxil in late 2015, and suffered greatly.  I then ignorantly cold-turkeyed off Klonopin (clonazepam) in December 2016.  I've been medication-free for almost 30 months now, and 42 months off antidepressants.   Of course much has improved, but I'm far from recovered.  I echo Jackie's question.... how long did it take for you to feel you'd healed?  Did it take the whole five years?   I know it's somewhat selfish to always ask, "How long... how long..??"  But after 42 months of trying to hold on.... well, any hope you can offer would be very welcome.  

 

Thanks again - I hope you have a beautiful life.  


1996-PPD - Paxil
1997- Paxil poop-out - Effexor
2000- pregnant-quit Effexor cold turkey - horrific, still brings tears to remember
2002- PPD again- healthy baby, nursed 1 year, so back on AD says MD- Wellbutrin, then added Celexa. Another MD added Neurontin to 'help with sleep- periodic limb movement' not telling me it was for epilepsy and mood stabilizer. 
2007ish-complete lack of motivation and personality due to meds. Several attempts over next 8 years to taper off unsuccessfully - convinced each time that it's relapse not withdrawal by well-intended MDs. Intense craving for alcohol- only thing that made me feel like myself, but inherent problems with that of course. Attributed personality changes to depression though, and switched to Cymbalta. 
2007-2013- Cymbalta - in complete mental fog. Marriage has ended and by now seriously drinking to stay afloat.
2013- Cymbalta goes generic, went through unannounced and sudden withdrawal until I figured that one out. Switched to Paxil. Again.
2015- Paxil poop-out. Again. Switched to Wellbutrin, again, but MD assured me generic was same as original. No, it isn't. 
2015- I'm depressed on and off meds, so going to taper off for good. Went back to Paxil, and relatively quick taper until script ran out in November. 
2016- That's it. Here I am.

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RandyJames

Congratulations!!!  Thank you for such an encouraging story.  You've been to hell and back and you've shown it's possible for the rest of us as well.  I can't tell you how much I needed this right now.


 

1994-2009 benzos from age 20 to 36.  Added Cymbalta 60mg in 2007.

2008-2009 tapered benzos to zero and quit Cymbalta Cold turkey.  WD HELL for two years

2011 started on Lexapro to combat the withdrawal and it worked.  

2015 switched to Prozac as Lexapro was not working as well

2017 quit Prozac cold turkey November and crashed into WD.  Reinstated Prozac In December with no benefit. 

2018 Switched back to Lexapro in January and it took most of the issues away in around 2-3 weeks

2019 In February Lexapro has pooped out and WD feelings back.  Tolerance WD I'm sure.

           March 12th Upped my dose to 30 mgs per doctor's advice to see if Tolerance WD goes away but have had worsening sleep issues with limbs jerking and less sleep.

           March 17th dropped back down to 20 mgs and had less limb jerking last night but sleep no better.  

           April 20th cut to 18mg.            

 

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FarmGirlWorks

Thank you so much, @Asjf!!! Love to read Zoloft success stories because it let's us never forget that healing is not just possible but inevitable.


  • Prozac | late 2004-mid-2005 | CT WD in a couple months, mostly emotional
  • Sertraline 50-100mg | 11/2011-3/2014, 10/2014-3/2017
  • Sertraline fast taper March 2017, 4 weeks, OFF sertraline April 1, 2017
  • Quit alcohol May 20, 2017, quit coffee October 2017, quit cannabis 😩 July 2018
  • Magnesium powder, fish oil, estradiol, kombucha, gluten/dairy/histamine-lite
  • Lifestyle changes: AA, kundalini practice

 

"If you've seen a monster, even if it's horrible, that's evidence of divinity." – Damien Echols

 

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PH1

I’m so happy for you!  Thank you for sharing this good news.


2010:  Escitalopram (Lexapro) 10 mg.   Mirtazapine (Remeron) 15 mg. 

2011:    Tapered Mirtazapine: 5 month successful taper.  Then tapered Lexapro:  4 month successful taper

May 2011 to August 2017:   No medications, full recovery

September 6, 2017:  started Mirtazapine (Remeron) 15 mg  - due to severe sudden insomnia (I believe caused by statin use)

November 16, 2017:   started Escitalopram (Lexapro) 10 mg

January 1, 2018:  Started taper of 15 mg Mirtazapine (Remeron)  -- went too fast the first few months, now micro-tapering

June 16, 2018:  Started taper of 10 mg Escitalopram (Lexapro) --  alternating micro-tapering with Mirtazapine

On 1/1/2019:  3.00 Mirtazapine,  5.37 Escitalopram;     On 7/1/2019:  1.90 Mirtazapine,  3.96  Escitalopram;   On 1/1/2020:  1.30 Mirtazapine,  3.35 Escitalopram;  On 7/1/2020:  0.40 Mirtazapine,  3.00  Escitalopram

Current (mgai):   0.19 mg  Mirtazapine;   2.77 mg  Escitalopram

Supplements:  Fish Oil, Curcumin, bio active B vitamins, zinc, magnesium glycinate, Vitamin D, Vitamin C

 

"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own."  Matthew 6:34

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Ryder

Just read your story you came a long way, man. Well done. 👏👏


 Cymbalta, Zyprexa, Seroquil, Rispiridone, Valium, Zoloft, Clonazepam,. + 1 other Benzo. Total 11 yrs.

·           April 9th 2018 Hospital. 50mg Zoloft > 0 discontinued. 6mg Clonazepam > 2.5mg over 8 weeks stay.

           October 25th 2019: Hospital: Stopped Clonazepam 1mg > Bridged to 20mg Diazepam.

           

           Anafranil: 1st May 18': 150mg, 1st June: 150mg. 23rd June: 125mg. 6th July: 100mg. 12th July: 75mg 22 July: 62.5mg. 5th August 18: 50mg. 10th November 2018: 45mg. 25th August 2019: 40mg.  Sep '15: 37.5mg.              1st November 2019: 100mg (Re-instated during hospital). 25 morning / 75 night. 22/01/20: 95mg. 03/02: 90mg

                          

        Clonazepam: (k) 1st May 18: 2.5mg. 6th July 2018. 1.5mg K. 03 August 2018: 1.25mg K. 17th August > 10 November 2018: 1mg K. Jan - August 2019: (Dosing between 1mg and 0.87mg)  September 10 2019: 0.9mg. Discontinued 25th October 2019.

 

        Diazepam (V): 25th October 2019, 20mg. 22/12 19mg. 4/04/20: 18mg

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Leon

You give me hope and that is something that I have been looking for.

 

Thank you for posting your success story.

 

Leon


1979: Xanax 1.5mg, nortryptaline; 2 month rapid taper in March 2019; completely off
1980: Vicodin 10-300; 2 month rapid taper in March 2019; completely off

1992: Zoloft 100-200mg 
2018: Lisinopril 40mg
2019: Levothyroxine 50mcg
2019: February, Lyrica 150mg
2019: Atorvastatin 80mg
2019: Cartia XT 240mg
2019: April, Trazodone 50mg
2019: March, Rapid 2 month taper of Xanax and Vicodin
2019: June, ℅ to Diazapam 30mg and tapering

2019: July 21, 12.5mg Diazapam and holding to stabilize

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Blhj

Thank you for this! :)❤️ I'm stressed out about having been off Venlafaxine for almost 2 years (I took it for 8 years) and I'm only 50-80 % better, but this gives me hope! :D


  • 2009 - 2017: Venlafaxine (Effexor) 150 mg. Tapered off in under 4 months, from May 2017 - Sep 2017. Didn't get that many side effects and felt fine for 1-2 months. 
  • End-October 2017: Starting getting pain throughout my body.
  • End-January 2018: From one day to the next I got an extreme stress-like inner "shaking" feeling in my body that made me want to opt out for the next 7 months. Also got about 20-30 other bodily symptoms.
  • August 2018: Amitriptyline 10 mg. Tried it for the "shaking" feeling and it helped some. Also started therapy in December 2018 because I had very intense emotions and didn't know why. In July 2019 I wanted to go off Amitriptyline but researched it first, and found out that my mysterious symptoms must have been Venlafaxine withdrawal. 
  • July 15th 2019: Amitriptyline taper from 10 mg to 9 mg, using water solution. My symptoms are between 50-80 % better than in January 2018. 
  • January 20th 2020: Amitriptyline taper from 5,0 to 4.8 mg. I'm starting to get more symptoms again.
  • February 9th 2020: From 4,8 to 7 mg amitriptyline.
  • March 3rd 2020: Symptoms still worse, so went from 7 to 10 mg. Was quickly better on this dose. Won't try tapering until I'm much better. 

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Cocopuffz17

Thanks for the update! It helps a ton when the low days hit hard and I want to just go back on the drug. 


I follow The Plant Paradox lifestyle by Dr.Gundry. This lifestyle has given me my life back and I feel better than I have ever felt in my life. It has enabled me to finally get off of this medication and truly live my life. Nutrition is the key to health!!!!! 

 

2008 to 2019  - 20 mg Paroxetine

 

Attempted 2 CT's around the 5-6 year mark. Were absolutely terrible and reinstated. Was never explained by the doctor the seriousness of the short half life of this drug. 

 

2017 - Attempted a tapered discontinuation of this drug and reinstated after being unsuccessful.

 

2019 - Feb. 12 - After a three month taper I am off of paroxetine. The 3 months were terrible, awful withdrawal feelings. I followed the doctors guidelines for the reduction of this drug and now know it was way too fast. 
 

2019 - Oct. 12 - 8 months off paroxetine. 75% improvement since coming off the drug. Definitely have had tons of challenges along the way. Let’s go!!!! 

 

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getofflex

Hello ASFJ. I find your story very encouraging, and empowering.  I read some of the links to your older post, and you went through hell, like so many of us.  I"m currently on a low dose of Lexapro.  I was thinking shoot, I can be off this stuff in a month or two.  Ha.  When I dropped from 0.4 to 0.3, I got hit hard.  The Lord is using this to help me develop patience and humility.  It's humiliating to be take a beating from a chemical. 


Lexapro   April02 - Aug17: 10 mg,  ***  Aug17 - Sept17: 5 mg ***  Sept17 - Nov17:  2.5 mg,  ***  Nov17: 0 mg, ***   Dec17 - Aug18: 5 mg  ***    Aug/1/18 - Aug/30/18: 2.5 mg     *** Sep/1/18 - Sep/27/18:  1.25 mg. ***   Sep/28/18 - Oct/31/18:  2.5 mg,  ***  Nov/1/18 - Nov/15/18: 1.25 mg  ***   Nov/16/18 - Nov/30/18: 2.5 mg  ***   Dec/1/18 - Dec/27/18: 2.0 mg (switched to liquid)  ***    Dec/27/18 - Jan/31/19: 1.5 mg ***    Feb/1/19 - Feb/20/19: 1.0 mg  ***  Feb/21/19 - Mar/7/19: 0.5 mg  ***  Mar/8/19 - May/03/19: 0.8 mg ***   May/04/19 - May/13/19 0.7 mg ***  May/14/19 - May/24/19 0.6 mg *** May/25/19 - June/05/19. 0.5 mg *** June/06/19 - July/19/19 0.4 mg. ***  July/20/19 - Sep 14 2019 0.3 mg.  ***  Sep 15 2019 - Oct 21 2019 0.27 mg. *** Oct 22 2019 - Jan 18 2020 - 0.23 mg. *** Jan 19 2020 - April 1 2020 0.2 mg  ***  April 2 2020 - July 15 2020 0.18 mg *** July 16 2020 - August 22 0.17 mg, August 23 -- present 0.16 mg

Trazodone.  used 50 mg once every 4-7 days for sleep, have discontinued altogether as of 12/23/19

Xanax. used 0.5 mg once every 4-7 days for sleep, have discontinued altogether as of 12/23/19 

When I cannot go to sleep, I take Benadryl 50 mg, Ibuprofen 800 mg, or Tylenol 1000 mg

other meds: Levothyroxine 75 mag. in AM 1/2 hour before breakfast with 24 ounces water

supplements AM: omega 3 fish oil, flax seed oil, natural multivitamin, vitamin C, vitamin E

supplements PM: Natural Calm magnesium 350 mg, GABA 750 mg, 5-HTP 50 mg. Estroven Sleep Cool and Calm (contains black cohosh 40 mg, soy isoflavones 56 mg) melatonin 6 mg

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Ryder

Congraulations its so good when old members check in to let the rest of us know, there is hope and to keep the beacon of hope alive.


 Cymbalta, Zyprexa, Seroquil, Rispiridone, Valium, Zoloft, Clonazepam,. + 1 other Benzo. Total 11 yrs.

·           April 9th 2018 Hospital. 50mg Zoloft > 0 discontinued. 6mg Clonazepam > 2.5mg over 8 weeks stay.

           October 25th 2019: Hospital: Stopped Clonazepam 1mg > Bridged to 20mg Diazepam.

           

           Anafranil: 1st May 18': 150mg, 1st June: 150mg. 23rd June: 125mg. 6th July: 100mg. 12th July: 75mg 22 July: 62.5mg. 5th August 18: 50mg. 10th November 2018: 45mg. 25th August 2019: 40mg.  Sep '15: 37.5mg.              1st November 2019: 100mg (Re-instated during hospital). 25 morning / 75 night. 22/01/20: 95mg. 03/02: 90mg

                          

        Clonazepam: (k) 1st May 18: 2.5mg. 6th July 2018. 1.5mg K. 03 August 2018: 1.25mg K. 17th August > 10 November 2018: 1mg K. Jan - August 2019: (Dosing between 1mg and 0.87mg)  September 10 2019: 0.9mg. Discontinued 25th October 2019.

 

        Diazepam (V): 25th October 2019, 20mg. 22/12 19mg. 4/04/20: 18mg

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Altostrata

Hello, @Asjf. How are you?

 

I have a question -- When did you feel you had fully recovered from Zoloft post-acute withdrawal syndrome?


This is not medical advice. Discuss any decisions about your medical care with a knowledgeable medical practitioner.

"It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has surpassed our humanity." -- Albert Einstein

All postings © copyrighted.

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