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Anyone develop vascular compression due to weight loss post withdrawal?


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I have been having a consistent pattern of symptoms in withdrawal that have been the most long lasting of all symptoms these 4 years, and I have always suspected that the rapid weight loss that put me on mirtazapine, the rapid gain on it, and the rapid weight loss post CT has aggravated what may have been preexisting vascular issues, triggering most of my chronic symptoms.


I was on the website of a German doctor called Thomas scholbach and for the first time was able to find information that correlated my physical structure to symptoms, as well as get an answer for why I feel so much better when I move my body and breathe in certain ways.. 


I have left varicocele, hemarroids, head forward, away back posture, abdominal visceral sensitivity and tightness, leg paresthesia, sinus pressure, poor thermoregulation, and most of the time, I am symptomatic on my left side.


Anyone else ? All my tests so far haven't indicated any issues, so either it's not the right tests or something else..


Here are the articles that correlated with my symptoms - 


Symptom checklist 



Vascular compression syndromes - 










Chronic IBS since 1990

Former smoker (1992- Jun 2017)

Prescribed mirtazapine for sleep in Aug 2017 after IBS flare-up following Nicotine cessation.

Mirtazapine 7.5mg 8/17 to 5/18

Mirtazapine 3.75mg 5/18 to 1/19

Off Mirtazapine since 2/19.

Vit B, Vit D+K2 and Magnesium Glycinate as needed.

On Ayurvedic herbs for GI issues - Guduchi since Jul 2020, Indukantham since Oct 2020

On Ashwagandha 1g since Nov 2020



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