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Iatrogenesis

Hi,

 

I've noticed the "follow user feature" only works if you manually toggle "Someone I'm following makes a post" under "General" in "Notification Settings". Is that a bug only affecting me?


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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It's not a bug, it's an individual setting. You make the choice if you want to follow particular members.


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Iatrogenesis

Thanks for the answer, but I still don't understand... There is a button on every user's profile that I can click to follow them. What I mean though, that it won't give me notifications or send me emails unless I toggle that on under that separate notification menu I can access by clicking on the bell icon. It took some time to figure that out, I would have expected to get notifications by default when I chose to follow somebody.

 


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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Altostrata

Good point. I see in the global settings that has been left out by mistake. I have enabled

 

Someone I am following makes a post


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Iatrogenesis

That's nice! I wanted to ask as well, are you blocking the Tor Browser or is Comcast doing that?


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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We're not blocking it as far as I know.


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Iatrogenesis

Oh, are you using Invision with Amazon's CloudFront? It appears the requests are being blocked by Amazon's Web Application Firewall.

 

https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/cloudfront-error-request-blocked/


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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Altostrata

This may be deliberate by IPS. I'll ask them but don't get your hopes up.


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Iatrogenesis

Thanks. Oh yes, I've read about Comcast making some rather absurd statements about the Tor Network. It's a shame if they just started blocking it, I imagine some people would like to use it to connect to this site as it's a convenient way to avoid being tracked by corporations and governments as well which I understand could be important for those who live in countries that are (getting increasingly) authoritarian and whose governments like to snoop on their own citizens.


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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Iatrogenesis

Oh, you meant Invision, I misread that as ISP. And apparently Comcast officially likes Tor, anyway.


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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Altostrata

Our hosting service will not unblock the Tor browser, they think it's for exploits. Sorry.


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Iatrogenesis

Exploits, pff... It's a great privacy tool. Well, anyway, thanks again for contacting them about this.


1 year risperidone, 1 year olanzapine (10 mg). attempted first withdrawal cold turkey, failed. 2 more years olanzapine, switched to abilify which was very disruptive so attempted quitting cold turkey, failed. then 4 years amisulpride at 150 mg and about 3 zoloft at 150 mg. attempted withdrawal from both in 3 weeks, failed. reinstated zoloft and bridged to olanzapine (10 mg), successfully withdrew it over 10 months. tried withdrawing zoloft over 12 months, failed. bridged to prozac, at 40 mg,  now at 12 mg.

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gardenlady

How do I edit a tag on my topic?


 

2016-Aug-Prescribed 2 mg Ativan & 10 mg Ambien; Oct-c/o from 20 mg Lexapro to 60 mg Cymbalta; Nov-Dec-Tapered off 10 mg Ambien    

2017-Jan-Feb c/o from 1.75 mg Ativan to 13 mg Valium & begin daily liquid micro taper; May-taper Cymbalta 60 mg to 48 mg with severe withdrawals.  Begin 11 month Cymbalta hold.

2018-Jan 11 completed Valium taper; Apr-Resume Cymbalta taper.  Interval dose progress: Apr 43 mg; May 40 mg; Jul 35 mg; Sep 29 mg; Dec 21 mg; 

2019- Apr 14 mg; Jun 11 mg; Aug 9 mg; Oct 7 mg; Nov 6 mg

2020-Jan 5.2 mg; Feb 4.8 mg; Mar 4.3 mg; Apr 3.9 mg; May 3.5 mg; Jun 3.3 mg; Jul 2.9 mg; Aug 2.7 mg; 28 Sep 2.4 mg/12 beads; 25 Oct 2.2 mg/11 beads

 

 

 

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Only a mod can edit a tag once a topic is published.


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Nevertoolate

Just a general question out of curiosity how many members are on this site please? 


Lexapro 10MG

Almost continually for 25 odd years 

Reduced to 5MG beginning July 2018-  end August 2018

August 2018 til now off completely 

 

 

 

 

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On 1/1/2019 at 8:19 AM, Altostrata said:

Latest statistics:

 

- 11,424 registered members since founding in March 2011
- Currently, about 150 new registrations per month
- 3,000 registered members visited this last year
- 5, 796 case histories in the Introductions forum
- Since 2011, most viewed topics regarding Tapering (views include unregistered Guests):

  • Tips for Tapering Wellbutrin (500,000 views)
  • Tips for Tapering Lexapro (312K)
  • Tips for Tapering Pristiq (276K)
  • Tips for Tapering Effexor (246K)
  • Tips for Tapering Cymbalta (243K)
  • Tips for Tapering Prozac (224K)
  • Tips for Tapering Celexa (187K)
  • Why taper by 10% of my dosage? (147K)
  • Tips for Tapering Lamictal (131K)
  • How to make a liquid from tablets or capsules (130K)
  • Tips for Tapering Seroquel (130K)
  • Tips for Tapering Ability (113K)

- Estimates of “engagement” for last 6 months from https://www.similarweb.com/website/survivingantidepressants.org#overview

  • Total Visits 88.76K
  • Avg. Visit Duration 00:15:01
  • Pages per Visit 7.14
  • Bounce Rate 29.29%

 


REMINDER TO SELF:

I don't need the drug now, but my still brain does.

ADs:  25 years - 1 unknown, Prozac (caused muscle weakness), Zoloft/sertraline; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after)

Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (mild Serotonin Toxicity)

Began tapering Oct 2015  Current from 17 Oct 2020:  Pristiq 0.56 mg (compounded + liquid)

My tapering program

My Intro (goes to my tapering graph)

My website - includes my brief history + links to videos & information on the web

PLEASE NOTE:  I am not a medical professional.  I provide information and make suggestions.

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Nevertoolate

Wow

 

Thank you 


Lexapro 10MG

Almost continually for 25 odd years 

Reduced to 5MG beginning July 2018-  end August 2018

August 2018 til now off completely 

 

 

 

 

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MoreMeditateLessMedicate

What's a typical timeframe from when members submit a post and administrators approve? I ask because I still have two replies I made on my Intro thread still pending - one of them from last Thursday. 

I'm mainly asking for managing my expectations and whether it is ever prudent to post anything that is time-sensitive on here.

Thanks y'all!

David

 


July 15th, 2020 to PRESENT

Prozac 40mg

Wellbutrin XL 150mg

Antipsychotic: Vraylar 3mg (Jul. 15, 2020 to Aug. 17, 2020 and D/C by doctor); Latuda 20mg (Aug. 17-23, 2020 - I D/C'd on my own because of horrifying akathisia intensifying over the last few days)

April to July 2019 (only tapering attempt since coming to SA): went from 150mg to 90mg Wellbutrin; tapped out in mid-July

Medicine History: February 2010 to July 15th, 2020  

a) SSRI has ALWAYS been on board: Zoloft (2010-2015) and Prozac (2015-Now). As high as 250mg Zoloft and 60mg Prozac in the past; b) Wellbutrin has ALWAYS been on board since 2013. I do best with the XL formulation as the SR/IR kicks my anxiety into 11th gear; c) Lithium for 8 weeks in 2020 (mid-May to mid-July); d) other mood stabilizers: Abilify for 8 weeks in 2017 and Olanzapine for 1 week in 2019; e) Imipramine, a TCA in 2011-12; f) Mirtazapine for sleep in 2012-14; g) Buspar in 2013-14; h) Trazadone for sleep in 2014; i) Stimulants during medical school in 2013-14: Vyvanse, Provigil and Straterra; j) Benzos approved only by a few doctors include Serax in 2012, Xanax in 2018, and Ativan 2019

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Altostrata

The first two posts of new members are reviewed, approved, and responded to by staff to make sure initial withdrawal questions are answered.

 

It may take a couple of days before our staff works through our queue of posts from new members.

 

In your case, it seems during a software upgrade your posts did not appear in the moderator queue. Apologies for this one-off software glitch.

 

 


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Can some tell me how to get to the admin cp and you the default tool in the topics area thank you 


2018- June diazepam 2mg twice a day for approx 2-3 weeks in June. Then taking occasionally when needed.

2018- June  temazapam 10mg every night for 2 weeks then occasionally when needed.  

2018- June 10mg Celapram  a day 

2018- July 15mg Celapram a day 

2018- July to November 20 mg Celapram 

Tapered off for approx 3 to 4 months 

2019- since stopping occasionally temazapam 10mg for sleep 

 

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Hi Button,

 

I assume that you are asking this question because you are receiving the following error message:

 

[[Template forums/front/topic is throwing an error. This theme may be out of date. Run the support tool in the AdminCP to restore the default theme.]]

 

Some of the mods are receiving this error message when an @ tag is included in a post and we have had to remove it in order for the post to submit.

 

I've just tried it and I am still getting the error message.


REMINDER TO SELF:

I don't need the drug now, but my still brain does.

ADs:  25 years - 1 unknown, Prozac (caused muscle weakness), Zoloft/sertraline; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after)

Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (mild Serotonin Toxicity)

Began tapering Oct 2015  Current from 17 Oct 2020:  Pristiq 0.56 mg (compounded + liquid)

My tapering program

My Intro (goes to my tapering graph)

My website - includes my brief history + links to videos & information on the web

PLEASE NOTE:  I am not a medical professional.  I provide information and make suggestions.

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ok thank you, dose that mean I can't tag you guys in anything at the moment. 


2018- June diazepam 2mg twice a day for approx 2-3 weeks in June. Then taking occasionally when needed.

2018- June  temazapam 10mg every night for 2 weeks then occasionally when needed.  

2018- June 10mg Celapram  a day 

2018- July 15mg Celapram a day 

2018- July to November 20 mg Celapram 

Tapered off for approx 3 to 4 months 

2019- since stopping occasionally temazapam 10mg for sleep 

 

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is there another way I can get information to altro and yourself?

 


2018- June diazepam 2mg twice a day for approx 2-3 weeks in June. Then taking occasionally when needed.

2018- June  temazapam 10mg every night for 2 weeks then occasionally when needed.  

2018- June 10mg Celapram  a day 

2018- July 15mg Celapram a day 

2018- July to November 20 mg Celapram 

Tapered off for approx 3 to 4 months 

2019- since stopping occasionally temazapam 10mg for sleep 

 

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Software will be upgraded today to repair that error message.

 

You can use the Contact Us link at the bottom of every page.


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How to find Introductions topics with "☼" in the title?

 

When people have turned the corner in recovering from withdrawal from psychiatric drugs, we mark their Introductions topics with "☼" (We ask these people to please post Success Story topics when they are fully recovered.)

 

To find those topics, In Google search, enter

 

site:survivingantidepressants.org "☼"

 

You will get all posts on SurvivingAntidepressants.org in topics with "☼".

 

If you want to see all "☼" topics about venlafaxine, for example, enter

 

site:survivingantidepressants.org "☼" venlafaxine

 

Highly recommended!


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honingbij

How do I tag someone?
I see user names tagged in a blue box, but I can't figure out how to do it.
Thanks for any help!


Drug History:

2004-2005: Tapered off Depakine Chrono, Amitriptyline and Topomax that were prescribed for migraine prophylaxis
2005:Tapered off Valium 10 mg
2006-2012: drug free
2012: migraines increased in severity and frequency
2012: Restarted Depakine Chrono [1000 mg] and low dose Amitriptyline
2013: Tapered off Depakine Chrono
2014: 75 mg Amitriptyline [began taper]
2019: presently on 22 mg, still tapering
2020: 10.7 mg, still tapering

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On 4/15/2020 at 3:28 PM, honingbij said:

How do I tag someone?
I see user names tagged in a blue box, but I can't figure out how to do it.
Thanks for any help!

 

If you type @ and then the person's username, you will "tag" them. Like this: 

 

@honingbij


Drug free May 22, 2015 after 30 years of neuroleptics, benzos, z-drugs, so-called "anti"-depressants, and amphetamines 

 

My Success Story:  Shep's Success: "Leaving Plato's Cave"

 

And what is good, Phaedrus, and what is not good — need we ask anyone to tell us these things? ~ Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance


I am not a medical professional and this is not medical advice, but simply information based on my own experience, as well as other members who have survived these drugs.

 

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neverknew

How can I copy my history into a post that I respond to somewhere other than introductions?


On Prozac since 2004, 10 mg 

Began to taper, 2016, first time cold turkey

unsuccessful, so soon after tried again

kept having to go back on medication due to withdrawals

tried to do it myself as couldn't find a dr to help me

Currently on taper #4 from 2016, having changed to Lexapro and starting November 2018 from 5 mg

As of April 2020 I am at 1/5th of a mg (.2 mg)

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Posted (edited)

Do you mean pasting a link to your Introduction topic?

 

If this is what you want to do, go to the first page of your Introduction topic and copy the URL aka address and paste it in the post.  If you don't want it to appear in a summary box but just as a link, immediately after pasting the URL you click on Display as Link at the bottom of the Reply Box.

 

Some members include the link to their Introduction topic in their drug signature.  This way you can just state that the link is there instead of posting the link in the post.

 

I hope that helps.

 

If it's something else that you wish to do, please explain more fully.  Thank you.

 

Edited by ChessieCat

REMINDER TO SELF:

I don't need the drug now, but my still brain does.

ADs:  25 years - 1 unknown, Prozac (caused muscle weakness), Zoloft/sertraline; citalopram (pooped out) CTed (very sick for 2.5 wks a few months after)

Pristiq:  50mg 2012, 100mg beg 2013 (mild Serotonin Toxicity)

Began tapering Oct 2015  Current from 17 Oct 2020:  Pristiq 0.56 mg (compounded + liquid)

My tapering program

My Intro (goes to my tapering graph)

My website - includes my brief history + links to videos & information on the web

PLEASE NOTE:  I am not a medical professional.  I provide information and make suggestions.

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Two questions:

1. How do I use the "quote" option? I see people selecting quotes from other members' posts, and the quote appears in a box in their message, then they can post a reply to it.

2. How do I get the "@(member name)" option to work? I see posts with the @ symbol and the member's name in a black box so that they will receive notification of a reply. I typed @(member name) into one of my replies, and it didn't appear in a black box when posted. 

Thanks.


Celexa - 20 mg May 2015 - March 2016 (Felt quite good)..... Celexa taper from May 2016 - Nov 2016.....Depression and Anxiety returned June 2017

July, 2017: Zoloft = 25 mg;  Aug. 2017 = 37.5 mg; Nov. 2017 = 50 mg thru Jan. 23, 2018.

Jan. 2018 - May 6, 2019 = taper Zoloft from 50 mg to 12.5 mg.  Aug. 11, 2019 - felt so bad that I reinstated at 25mg. Hold at this dose until Feb. 3, 2020

Feb. 4, 2020 = reduce dose to 21.875 mg. Hold for 10 weeks. April 14, 2020 = 18.75 mg. Hold for 10 weeks.  

June10, 2020 - start cycle of 2 weeks to taper slowly from old dose to new dose, then hold at new dose for 6-7 weeks. June 23 = 16.666 mg.

August 26 = 14.75 mg

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Hi:

 

I will try to answer your questions.


 

57 minutes ago, Artistic1 said:

How do I use the "quote" option? I see people selecting quotes from other members' posts, and the quote appears in a box in their message, then they can post a reply to it.

Highlight what you want to quote. A box will come up that says “quote selection”. Select that and it will copy your quote.

 

59 minutes ago, Artistic1 said:

How do I get the "@(member name)" option to work? I see posts with the @ symbol and the member's name in a black box so that they will receive notification of a reply. I typed @(member name) into one of my replies, and it didn't appear in a black box when posted. 

Just type @and the persons name. Names will drop down. Select the name you wish to tag and will show up like @Artistic. It will be highlighted in blue.

 

Hope this answers your questions.

 

Take care,

 Frogie xx


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

 Valium, Gabapentin, Lamictal and Prilosec 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

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

19-September, 2020 Xanax free!!!

 

 

I am not a medical professional. The suggestions I make are based on personal experience.

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@Frogie Thanks so much. Both worked!


Celexa - 20 mg May 2015 - March 2016 (Felt quite good)..... Celexa taper from May 2016 - Nov 2016.....Depression and Anxiety returned June 2017

July, 2017: Zoloft = 25 mg;  Aug. 2017 = 37.5 mg; Nov. 2017 = 50 mg thru Jan. 23, 2018.

Jan. 2018 - May 6, 2019 = taper Zoloft from 50 mg to 12.5 mg.  Aug. 11, 2019 - felt so bad that I reinstated at 25mg. Hold at this dose until Feb. 3, 2020

Feb. 4, 2020 = reduce dose to 21.875 mg. Hold for 10 weeks. April 14, 2020 = 18.75 mg. Hold for 10 weeks.  

June10, 2020 - start cycle of 2 weeks to taper slowly from old dose to new dose, then hold at new dose for 6-7 weeks. June 23 = 16.666 mg.

August 26 = 14.75 mg

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5 hours ago, Artistic1 said:

@Frogie Thanks so much. Both worked!

Glad to hear that!


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

 Valium, Gabapentin, Lamictal and Prilosec 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

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

19-September, 2020 Xanax free!!!

 

 

I am not a medical professional. The suggestions I make are based on personal experience.

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