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Part Two of CEP survey for BMA launched – your input needed!


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Due to the considerable response to our survey on prescribed drug issues we have decided to launch Part Two in order to provide improved summaries of the results to the BMA.

Part One of this survey is ‘qualitative’ and your answers are provided using words and sentences.  This enables CEP and the BMA to review individual stories and identify themes.  Part Two is ‘quantitative’; here your answers are given using check boxes.  This allows us to do numerical analysis and present graphs summarising the results.  We would be grateful if you could complete both parts.

Part One should take around 20 minutes to complete.  If you haven’t already taken Part One then please go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/L8M7CPM.

Part Two should take around 5 minutes to complete. Part Two can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2L8GP93.

The closing date for both these surveys will be Monday, 28 April 2014.

This is an important opportunity to contribute to a vital review of the problems associated with these drugs and we are very grateful for your input.

 

 

On various SSRIs/SNRIs from 1990 to Dec 2010; drug free since then.  Also on clonazepam 2003 to 2009; taken off via horrific detox.  Crossed over from Effexor to Celexa in 2009, then tapered off over 1.5 yrs.

 

Have had glimpses of improvements but still going through a brutal withdrawal...

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very good, ive done it :)

2007 - 2013: was on citalopram (tried to quit a few times, never worked, always went back on. max dose 40mg)

2012-2013: was tapering my citalopram all down to 2,5 mg then quit.
2013/aug: Took  my last pill 

W/D hit me bad after a few weeks off my medicine.

2014/August: 12 months off (much improved)

2015/April: 20months off. ( much improved, still some symtoms comes in waves, but not so intense.)

2015/june: 22months off. FELT different than before, all shakings suddenly stopped, feel much better. a fantastic feeling!

2016/Feb : 2 years and 6 months off, END of my suffering. I feel perfectly fine and back to normal. 
2018/Oct: Iam still feeling great. It is hard to believe my own story when I read back, what I went through!

 

 

 

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