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Thread: Adverse reaction to SSRI and Alcohol

  1. #121
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    Sep 2012
    oh yeah, we are all having great fun on the citalopram groove!!
    Put on citalopram July 2009 during a physical illness - didnt need it. 40mg
    went down to 20mg July 2010 CT in Jan 2012 - 2.5 years on.
    Tried to restart July 2012 due to 1 panic attack (never had one before - start of CT W/D) - adverse reaction
    Down to 1.5mg from the failed RI
    Now at 0.48 and trying to stabalize - been 6 weeks
    now have SEVERE anxiety, akathsia, feel like Im on acid 24/7 depression, D/P, signed off work. Scared of everything..please God let me heal from this

  2. #122
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    Oct 2012
    So I worked two days this week and it went well. I believe I'm going to make it. Thankful I was able to handle going back.
    Still consistently having good mornings and days. Things seems to be healing. Shhhhh, don't want to jinx it.

    Just two things (well maybe three), Different types of body pains emerging, I have been extra emotional and the demonic nightmares have come back... other than that things are really looking up and things are so different from when this all started. There's only one way to go, forward.

  3. #123
    Founder Sheila's Avatar
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    Jul 2011
    Northern California
    Considering you just started back to work after a trip to Hell, this seems like a fantastic report. I would have expected you to have more stuff get stirred up. I hope the weekend gives you some chance to integrate this transition. Sending prayers!
    Meds free since June 2005.

    "An initiation into shamanic healing means a devaluation of all values, an overturning of the profane world, a peeling away of inveterate handed-down notions of the world, liberation from everything preconceived. For that reason, shamanism is closely connected with suffering. One must suffer the disintegration of one's own system of thought in order to perceive a new world in the higher space."
    -- Holger Kalweit

  4. #124
    Founder Luc's Avatar
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    Jul 2011
    Ok, M&M, it looks like you're progressing very nicely. Just keep it up!
    Keep walking. Just keep walking.

  5. #125
    Founder stan's Avatar
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    Jul 2011
    i had many heavy body pains since long time, today much better in pains
    12 years paxil(9 years only 10 mg) - cold turkey(1,5 month) and switch celexa tapered 1 year 20 mg
    62 years old - for GAD - 4 years 3 months meds free [since april 2009]

    vegetables soup - orange (vit C) - curcuma - some meat or fish

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