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Hello everyone, after being successfully off of sertraline/zoloft for about 9 months, I went through (and am currently going through) a massive amount of change/grief/shock. A few weeks ago, I was so low that I was thinking about how nice it would be to not live anymore. That scared me. I was also struggling with no appetite, nausea, and insomnia. This amount of stress seemed unbearable, and because I was at the doctor's office for a yearly check-up, I told my GP that I wondered if I should go back on Zoloft for my anxiety. (Funny, I was put on it for "depression", not anxiety, but that's a whole different post.) She worriedly re-prescribed my Zoloft, and a couple of weeks later, I started taking it, breaking the 25 mg. pills in half.

 

By one week later, I was eating normally, and had stopped having panic attacks. I thought it was the zoloft/serotonin, but when I started reflecting this week, I realized it was probably some CBD I started trying, some neurofeedback therapy, and most importantly, finally letting myself grieve/cry/scream/rage/get it out of my system.

 

I then realized that I did not want to be on Zoloft, and I want to taper again. Apart from the normal anxiety that a sensitive person would experience in life, and some pretty hefty seasonal affective disorder, I have been happily off of Zoloft since last September. 

 

My question is about the speed of my taper. Since I've only been on 12.5 mg for 3 weeks, do you think I could taper faster than 10% decrease every 2-4 weeks? Has anyone ever done this before?

 

My previous taper lasted about a year and a half, after having been on 50 mg. Zoloft for 10 years. I did very well, and didn't notice any symptoms. Occasionally I'd feel anxious, nauseated, dizzy, or have a nocturnal panic attack, but who knows if that was from my plain old anxiety, or the taper.

 

Thank you in advance for any sort of comments anyone has to provide!

Started Zoloft 25 mg Dec. 2009, age 19. Jan. 2010 upped to 50 mg, June 2010 75 mg. March 2015 cut back to 50 mg. August 2015 down to 25 mg. May 2016 stopped cold turkey. Reinstated to 12.5 mg after a month, then 25, Sep. 2016 back to 50 mg. Started a new taper in April 2019, at 10% descrease every 2 weeks. Minimal symptoms: anxiety, dizziness, nocturnal panic attacks every couple of months. Successfully took last dose September 2020. Off of Zoloft until July 2021. Currently at 12.5 mg/day. 
 
Klonopin, hydroxyzine, and ondansetron for emergency/as-needed (about once a month, not often)
 
Non-pharmaceuticals: daily magnesium, vitamin D, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, evening primrose oil, methylated sublingual B-complex, food-based multi-vitamin; As needed GABA, kava-kava, full-spectrum CBD. 
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Hi Fairygirl,

Welcome to this support site. 

 

 

On 7/31/2021 at 4:48 AM, fairygirl said:

My question is about the speed of my taper. Since I've only been on 12.5 mg for 3 weeks, do you think I could taper faster than 10% decrease every 2-4 weeks? Has anyone ever done this before?

Normally one can stop very quick when one did not take a SSRI for more than a month. The only reason that could be different in your case is that you took Zoloft before 9 months ago. And you also stopped it once CT in 2016. The more often we change dosages and stop, the more sensitive our nervous system can become.

 

I do not know if that is the case. But it is a reason to be more careful with tapering than someone who took Zoloft for the first time only for 3 weeks. So I would try and see what happens. You could try to go to 10 mg and wait for 2 weeks. If no WD symptoms occur, you might try 8 mg and wait for another 2 weeks. 

 

 

1993    Anafranil (Clomipramine) for a few months. Later in 1993 Paxil for a few months 1993- 2006      No medication

2006   Effexor, Cymbalta, some Benzo’s. All for short periods. Later in 2006 Lexapro (escitalopram) 10 mg and shortly after Wellbutrin XR 150mg, against side effects Lexapro 

Since 2006 until end of 2015: Several times on and off Lexapro and Wellbutrin and several slight dosage changes. Mostly taken dosages: 5mg Lexapro and 150mg Wellbutrin

2016  Dosage change Lexapro from 5mg to 2,5 mg. Wellbutrin stayed om 150mg

November 2016 – April 2017 Down from 2,5mg to 0,6mg Lexapro (in steps) without much problems. Wellbutrin down from 150mg to 66mg. Also without much problems.

April 2017 – March 2019       Lexapro 0,6 mg        April 2017 - August 2018       Wellbutrin in small steps down from 66mg in to 37,5 mg . Quite heavy WD after each step.

March 2019 – May 2019 Lexapro down from 0,6 to 0,3mg then Prozac to 0,6 mg switch because severe discontinuation effects (may also have been from Wellbutrin..)    

Wellbutrin down from 37,5mg to 35,3mg 

October 2019        Seroquel 12,5 mg for 4 weeks because of extreme sleeping problems, then weaning off in 2 weeks       Prozac up dosage to 1,2 mg

March 2020     Wellbutrin in 2 steps down from 35,3mg to 33,3mg   Extreme withdrawal affects during 8 months. Stopped tapering Wellbutrin  until total off Prozac. 

February 2020 – November 2020   Prozac down in steps from 1,2mg to 0,57mg. 

Jan 2021  Prozac down to:  0,55> 0,53>0,51mg,   Feb 0,47mg ,  Mar 0,42mg,   Apr 0,37, longer hold because of WD symptoms July 0,36 and hold again, Sept 19 0,35, Sept 26 0,34mg, Oct 3 0,33mg  

January 20, 2022:  Wellbutrin from 33,3 to 32,3mg

March 22, 2022 Prozac down from 0,33mg to: 0,30mg, Apr 0,29, May 0,28, 0,27, June 0,26, 0,25, July 0,24, 0,23, 0,22, 0,21, Aug 

 

Supplements: Fish Oil (3000mg), Magnesium 100 mg, 2 drops of Lavender Oil when feeling anxiety. 50mg of L-Theanine when severe discontinuation effects caused by Wellbutrin

 

Please note this is NOT a medical advice. Discuss all your medical issues with a doctor who understands psychical drugs and really knows how to withdraw from them. I wish that you will find one.

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Thank you Go2zero. That's what I wondered, since I was on it a long time in the past. I'd rather go slow than have symptoms again. 

 

I'd be curious to know more about L-theanine. I see that you take it. Do you recommend a certain brand? Does it ever cause low blood pressure, or stomach upset? 

Started Zoloft 25 mg Dec. 2009, age 19. Jan. 2010 upped to 50 mg, June 2010 75 mg. March 2015 cut back to 50 mg. August 2015 down to 25 mg. May 2016 stopped cold turkey. Reinstated to 12.5 mg after a month, then 25, Sep. 2016 back to 50 mg. Started a new taper in April 2019, at 10% descrease every 2 weeks. Minimal symptoms: anxiety, dizziness, nocturnal panic attacks every couple of months. Successfully took last dose September 2020. Off of Zoloft until July 2021. Currently at 12.5 mg/day. 
 
Klonopin, hydroxyzine, and ondansetron for emergency/as-needed (about once a month, not often)
 
Non-pharmaceuticals: daily magnesium, vitamin D, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, evening primrose oil, methylated sublingual B-complex, food-based multi-vitamin; As needed GABA, kava-kava, full-spectrum CBD. 
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3 hours ago, fairygirl said:

I'd be curious to know more about L-theanine. I see that you take it. Do you recommend a certain brand? Does it ever cause low blood pressure, or stomach upset? 

I used L-Theanine just now and then (not daily) in combination with caffeine (can be coffee as well). I used this combination now and then when I was having heavy WD symptoms when tapering bupropion. Bupropion increases dopamine levels. Tapering bupropion gave me symptoms like having Alzheimer. L-Theanine raises dopamine level, so it gave some relief.

 

We do not recommend using L-Theanine when tapering SSRI's. You might make things worse with it, as with many other supplement. We only recommend Fis Oil and magnesium.

1993    Anafranil (Clomipramine) for a few months. Later in 1993 Paxil for a few months 1993- 2006      No medication

2006   Effexor, Cymbalta, some Benzo’s. All for short periods. Later in 2006 Lexapro (escitalopram) 10 mg and shortly after Wellbutrin XR 150mg, against side effects Lexapro 

Since 2006 until end of 2015: Several times on and off Lexapro and Wellbutrin and several slight dosage changes. Mostly taken dosages: 5mg Lexapro and 150mg Wellbutrin

2016  Dosage change Lexapro from 5mg to 2,5 mg. Wellbutrin stayed om 150mg

November 2016 – April 2017 Down from 2,5mg to 0,6mg Lexapro (in steps) without much problems. Wellbutrin down from 150mg to 66mg. Also without much problems.

April 2017 – March 2019       Lexapro 0,6 mg        April 2017 - August 2018       Wellbutrin in small steps down from 66mg in to 37,5 mg . Quite heavy WD after each step.

March 2019 – May 2019 Lexapro down from 0,6 to 0,3mg then Prozac to 0,6 mg switch because severe discontinuation effects (may also have been from Wellbutrin..)    

Wellbutrin down from 37,5mg to 35,3mg 

October 2019        Seroquel 12,5 mg for 4 weeks because of extreme sleeping problems, then weaning off in 2 weeks       Prozac up dosage to 1,2 mg

March 2020     Wellbutrin in 2 steps down from 35,3mg to 33,3mg   Extreme withdrawal affects during 8 months. Stopped tapering Wellbutrin  until total off Prozac. 

February 2020 – November 2020   Prozac down in steps from 1,2mg to 0,57mg. 

Jan 2021  Prozac down to:  0,55> 0,53>0,51mg,   Feb 0,47mg ,  Mar 0,42mg,   Apr 0,37, longer hold because of WD symptoms July 0,36 and hold again, Sept 19 0,35, Sept 26 0,34mg, Oct 3 0,33mg  

January 20, 2022:  Wellbutrin from 33,3 to 32,3mg

March 22, 2022 Prozac down from 0,33mg to: 0,30mg, Apr 0,29, May 0,28, 0,27, June 0,26, 0,25, July 0,24, 0,23, 0,22, 0,21, Aug 

 

Supplements: Fish Oil (3000mg), Magnesium 100 mg, 2 drops of Lavender Oil when feeling anxiety. 50mg of L-Theanine when severe discontinuation effects caused by Wellbutrin

 

Please note this is NOT a medical advice. Discuss all your medical issues with a doctor who understands psychical drugs and really knows how to withdraw from them. I wish that you will find one.

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@fairygirl  Welcome to SA.  I hope your taper is successful. Really listen to your body.  If things start to feel off, stop and hold.  I would really hate for you to go to quickly and end up in  w/d.

 

 

I take L Theanine.  I am curious why go2zero discourages it.  They do have a thread on L Theanine  on the Symptoms and Self-Care forum.  Should I be worried?

 

 

https://www.survivingantidepressants.org/topic/24894-greatful-is-this-withdrawal-or-to-many-med-changes-at-once/

1995? Prozac,  tried several Paxil, Serzone, St John's Wart back to Prozac and Trazodone ct:d Traz

 Lexapro. Tried to stop Crash in 2015  Kindled   Hospitalized, Vybrid, Seroquel, Effexor, Abilify  Pristiq, Wellbutrin-- 2016  ended back on   Prozac and Lamictal 200mg

5/2020  thru 12/2020 taper from 20mg  Prozac  down to 3mg.  Crashed  12/13/2020 Zoloft 50mg 1/29ct  1/29/2021 Seroquel 50mg ct  2/12/2021 Wellbutrin 75mg.  Became hypo manic 2/1  6ct Trazadone 50mg 4/25  25mg 2/5/ 2021 Lamictal 150mg.  2/24  100mg   4/9  75mg   4/21 37.5 

2/16/2021 Seroquel 50xr  3/3 100mg  3/17  150mg  side effects ct   4/3 2021 Lexapro 5mg  4/14  7.5mg  4/30 10mg  5/10  7.5mg 

2021/ 5/16  5mg Lexapro   37.5 Lamictal   25mg trazadone,   xanax  .0625mg  3x a day   Magnesium glycinate 300 to 400mg a day 

Lexapro   Sept/01/2021  4.90mg  Sept/25  4.75mg   Oct/19 4.69mg  Nov/14 4.2mg    Jan/30/2022-- All liquid  4.2mg  (2.20mg at 8am & 2mg at 4pm) 2/17 4mg  2/24  3.8mg   3/21 3.4mg  5/2 3mg  6/1  decreasing by 0.02ml  daily  to 2.70 mg  7/1 decreasing 0.02ml daily to  2.5 mg 8/1 decreasing 0.02ml daily to 2.3mg

Lamictal 25mg

 

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8 hours ago, Greatful said:

take L Theanine.  I am curious why go2zero discourages it.  They do have a thread on L Theanine  on the Symptoms and Self-Care forum.  Should I be worried?

 

I do not think you should be worried. But I do think one should be careful with supplements like L-Theanine. It has effect on dopamine, serotonin and GABA levels. When we are tapering psychiatric drugs, we want to create a natural balance in our systems again. The body, brain and CNS have to work very hard to find this balance again after all disturbances and changes caused by the meds.

 

Our bodies are so intelligent that we can find this balance again after a period of healing. But the more supplements we use, the more unnatural unbalances we create again. This may hinder our natural healing process.

 

Our CNS and all natural chemical processes in our system are so delicate. So using supplements that have direct effect on these processes are not recommended.

 

There are people who do have positive effect from L-Theanine. I am not saying no one should take it. But lots of people find that these effects disappear after a while (same as with ashagandha for example). And after that often adverse reactions start.... 

 

My personal experience with L-Theanine is that it may help if I just take it now and then (during a few days maximum), when having extreme WD symptoms from bupropion WD. Bupropion does NOT have effect on serotonin  (SSRI's do), but mainly om dopamine. Since L-Theanine has more effect on dopamine than on serotonin, this can give some relief because of dropping dopamine levels when tapering bupropion. But again, I just took it now and then a few days. My experience is that if I took it longer than a few days the positive effects disappeared very soon.

 

Here is a link on SA about L-Theanine. As you can see, the opinions differ a lot...

 

https://www.survivingantidepressants.org/topic/1032-l-theanine-for-anxiety-insomnia/

 

 

1993    Anafranil (Clomipramine) for a few months. Later in 1993 Paxil for a few months 1993- 2006      No medication

2006   Effexor, Cymbalta, some Benzo’s. All for short periods. Later in 2006 Lexapro (escitalopram) 10 mg and shortly after Wellbutrin XR 150mg, against side effects Lexapro 

Since 2006 until end of 2015: Several times on and off Lexapro and Wellbutrin and several slight dosage changes. Mostly taken dosages: 5mg Lexapro and 150mg Wellbutrin

2016  Dosage change Lexapro from 5mg to 2,5 mg. Wellbutrin stayed om 150mg

November 2016 – April 2017 Down from 2,5mg to 0,6mg Lexapro (in steps) without much problems. Wellbutrin down from 150mg to 66mg. Also without much problems.

April 2017 – March 2019       Lexapro 0,6 mg        April 2017 - August 2018       Wellbutrin in small steps down from 66mg in to 37,5 mg . Quite heavy WD after each step.

March 2019 – May 2019 Lexapro down from 0,6 to 0,3mg then Prozac to 0,6 mg switch because severe discontinuation effects (may also have been from Wellbutrin..)    

Wellbutrin down from 37,5mg to 35,3mg 

October 2019        Seroquel 12,5 mg for 4 weeks because of extreme sleeping problems, then weaning off in 2 weeks       Prozac up dosage to 1,2 mg

March 2020     Wellbutrin in 2 steps down from 35,3mg to 33,3mg   Extreme withdrawal affects during 8 months. Stopped tapering Wellbutrin  until total off Prozac. 

February 2020 – November 2020   Prozac down in steps from 1,2mg to 0,57mg. 

Jan 2021  Prozac down to:  0,55> 0,53>0,51mg,   Feb 0,47mg ,  Mar 0,42mg,   Apr 0,37, longer hold because of WD symptoms July 0,36 and hold again, Sept 19 0,35, Sept 26 0,34mg, Oct 3 0,33mg  

January 20, 2022:  Wellbutrin from 33,3 to 32,3mg

March 22, 2022 Prozac down from 0,33mg to: 0,30mg, Apr 0,29, May 0,28, 0,27, June 0,26, 0,25, July 0,24, 0,23, 0,22, 0,21, Aug 

 

Supplements: Fish Oil (3000mg), Magnesium 100 mg, 2 drops of Lavender Oil when feeling anxiety. 50mg of L-Theanine when severe discontinuation effects caused by Wellbutrin

 

Please note this is NOT a medical advice. Discuss all your medical issues with a doctor who understands psychical drugs and really knows how to withdraw from them. I wish that you will find one.

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On 8/2/2021 at 6:45 PM, Go2zero said:

We do not recommend using L-Theanine when tapering SSRI's. You might make things worse with it, as with many other supplement. We only recommend Fis Oil and magnesium.

 

Thank you, that is very helpful. I def would not have known any of that. (P.S. I hope I did the quoting correctly.)

Started Zoloft 25 mg Dec. 2009, age 19. Jan. 2010 upped to 50 mg, June 2010 75 mg. March 2015 cut back to 50 mg. August 2015 down to 25 mg. May 2016 stopped cold turkey. Reinstated to 12.5 mg after a month, then 25, Sep. 2016 back to 50 mg. Started a new taper in April 2019, at 10% descrease every 2 weeks. Minimal symptoms: anxiety, dizziness, nocturnal panic attacks every couple of months. Successfully took last dose September 2020. Off of Zoloft until July 2021. Currently at 12.5 mg/day. 
 
Klonopin, hydroxyzine, and ondansetron for emergency/as-needed (about once a month, not often)
 
Non-pharmaceuticals: daily magnesium, vitamin D, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, evening primrose oil, methylated sublingual B-complex, food-based multi-vitamin; As needed GABA, kava-kava, full-spectrum CBD. 
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On 8/3/2021 at 7:50 AM, Go2zero said:

Our bodies are so intelligent that we can find this balance again after a period of healing. But the more supplements we use, the more unnatural unbalances we create again. This may hinder our natural healing process.

There is probably an article on this, but do you think that other vitamins are counter-productive during withdrawal? For example, I take a multi-vitamin, and extra vitamin D, which helps me feel uplifted and positive, especially in the winter. 

Started Zoloft 25 mg Dec. 2009, age 19. Jan. 2010 upped to 50 mg, June 2010 75 mg. March 2015 cut back to 50 mg. August 2015 down to 25 mg. May 2016 stopped cold turkey. Reinstated to 12.5 mg after a month, then 25, Sep. 2016 back to 50 mg. Started a new taper in April 2019, at 10% descrease every 2 weeks. Minimal symptoms: anxiety, dizziness, nocturnal panic attacks every couple of months. Successfully took last dose September 2020. Off of Zoloft until July 2021. Currently at 12.5 mg/day. 
 
Klonopin, hydroxyzine, and ondansetron for emergency/as-needed (about once a month, not often)
 
Non-pharmaceuticals: daily magnesium, vitamin D, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, evening primrose oil, methylated sublingual B-complex, food-based multi-vitamin; As needed GABA, kava-kava, full-spectrum CBD. 
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On 8/2/2021 at 11:05 PM, Greatful said:

Welcome to SA.  I hope your taper is successful. Really listen to your body.  If things start to feel off, stop and hold.  I would really hate for you to go to quickly and end up in  w/d.

Thank you - you're right, I think I'm already feeling it even at a 2.5 mg. decrease. It could also be that I'm moving back out of state (and away from my parents) in 3 days, so that is giving my nervous system feelings of intense danger/alarm. I can't tell if it's withdrawal or the fact that I am dreading leaving home. But the last thing I want to do is upset my system further. 

Started Zoloft 25 mg Dec. 2009, age 19. Jan. 2010 upped to 50 mg, June 2010 75 mg. March 2015 cut back to 50 mg. August 2015 down to 25 mg. May 2016 stopped cold turkey. Reinstated to 12.5 mg after a month, then 25, Sep. 2016 back to 50 mg. Started a new taper in April 2019, at 10% descrease every 2 weeks. Minimal symptoms: anxiety, dizziness, nocturnal panic attacks every couple of months. Successfully took last dose September 2020. Off of Zoloft until July 2021. Currently at 12.5 mg/day. 
 
Klonopin, hydroxyzine, and ondansetron for emergency/as-needed (about once a month, not often)
 
Non-pharmaceuticals: daily magnesium, vitamin D, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, evening primrose oil, methylated sublingual B-complex, food-based multi-vitamin; As needed GABA, kava-kava, full-spectrum CBD. 
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2 hours ago, fairygirl said:

There is probably an article on this, but do you think that other vitamins are counter-productive during withdrawal? For example, I take a multi-vitamin, and extra vitamin D, which helps me feel uplifted and positive, especially in the winter. 

Vitamin C and D are no problem in my opinion. There are people who say we should be careful via vitamins B. I take them now and then but not in high amount and I do not notice problems. But again...., we all react differently.

1993    Anafranil (Clomipramine) for a few months. Later in 1993 Paxil for a few months 1993- 2006      No medication

2006   Effexor, Cymbalta, some Benzo’s. All for short periods. Later in 2006 Lexapro (escitalopram) 10 mg and shortly after Wellbutrin XR 150mg, against side effects Lexapro 

Since 2006 until end of 2015: Several times on and off Lexapro and Wellbutrin and several slight dosage changes. Mostly taken dosages: 5mg Lexapro and 150mg Wellbutrin

2016  Dosage change Lexapro from 5mg to 2,5 mg. Wellbutrin stayed om 150mg

November 2016 – April 2017 Down from 2,5mg to 0,6mg Lexapro (in steps) without much problems. Wellbutrin down from 150mg to 66mg. Also without much problems.

April 2017 – March 2019       Lexapro 0,6 mg        April 2017 - August 2018       Wellbutrin in small steps down from 66mg in to 37,5 mg . Quite heavy WD after each step.

March 2019 – May 2019 Lexapro down from 0,6 to 0,3mg then Prozac to 0,6 mg switch because severe discontinuation effects (may also have been from Wellbutrin..)    

Wellbutrin down from 37,5mg to 35,3mg 

October 2019        Seroquel 12,5 mg for 4 weeks because of extreme sleeping problems, then weaning off in 2 weeks       Prozac up dosage to 1,2 mg

March 2020     Wellbutrin in 2 steps down from 35,3mg to 33,3mg   Extreme withdrawal affects during 8 months. Stopped tapering Wellbutrin  until total off Prozac. 

February 2020 – November 2020   Prozac down in steps from 1,2mg to 0,57mg. 

Jan 2021  Prozac down to:  0,55> 0,53>0,51mg,   Feb 0,47mg ,  Mar 0,42mg,   Apr 0,37, longer hold because of WD symptoms July 0,36 and hold again, Sept 19 0,35, Sept 26 0,34mg, Oct 3 0,33mg  

January 20, 2022:  Wellbutrin from 33,3 to 32,3mg

March 22, 2022 Prozac down from 0,33mg to: 0,30mg, Apr 0,29, May 0,28, 0,27, June 0,26, 0,25, July 0,24, 0,23, 0,22, 0,21, Aug 

 

Supplements: Fish Oil (3000mg), Magnesium 100 mg, 2 drops of Lavender Oil when feeling anxiety. 50mg of L-Theanine when severe discontinuation effects caused by Wellbutrin

 

Please note this is NOT a medical advice. Discuss all your medical issues with a doctor who understands psychical drugs and really knows how to withdraw from them. I wish that you will find one.

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Hi @fairygirl

How are you feeling these days?

If you ever feel like stopping by SA it would be great to hear your update.

Kind wishes,

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 9pm 

August 1, 2022 - 1 mg melatonin, approx. 10:30pm

 

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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