NoMeaning25 Posted June 11, 2014 Share Posted June 11, 2014 This has probably been asked, but i have just wondered. Most people who are still bad at 10 years out was on paxil (Buxy, Paul, Squirrel) Is it true that paxil is the worst in regards to withdrawal severity and length of withdrawal? Any studies on this? Sorry, im 22 months off with no improvements and really feeling sorry for myself :'( Maybe its because i was on paxil, although my time exposure on paxil was only 2 years... before that i was on celexa for 2 years. Im just looking for answers really. I just dont understand, how is it possible that i am so severe at 22 months off? The indescribable fear that i am stuck like this forever is unrelenting and i need relief Was on Citalopram 20mg since Feb 2008 - switched to Paxil 20mg in August 2010 Tapered way too fast in April 2012 by skipping days. Taper completed in 6 weeks Tried prozac 20mg for 3 days - felt spaced out, not better. Tried 30mg Cymbalta for 2 days. SEVERE ADVERSE REACTION Antidepressant free since 14 August 2012 Birth control on and off during this time - Last taken 18 June 2017 - Morning after pill Started mainly using 0.5mg Xanax beginning 2016 for severe panic attacks and anxiety due to trauma Xanax on and off never more than 0.5mg at a time, never taking it 3 days in a row - used sparingly 6 Years antidepressant free - Still in severe withdrawal with over 60 symptoms Severe setback started May 2018 with no let up to date. Developed many new symptoms like tremors, inner vibrations, insomnia, visual distortions and dr/dp are 100x worse, i have severe sensitivity to movement, My dizziness and vertigo got worse and it now feels like im constantly rocking on a boat, my anxiety is sky high, suicidal idiation is back, i feel extremely brain damaged Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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