- Last reply 11 June 2013 at 19:06
I've previously posted on another discussion thread about coming off venlafaxine - I was about to take the plunge myself - but rather than re-post on that thread ....
I have been taking venlafaxine for over 7 years and can admit that it saved my life a few times in the early stages. I have tried to come off them numerous times,during ....
I have certainly noticed a difference having been given a different brand of venlafaxine. Apparently it is a new brand on the market that now does a 225mg extended ....
After 6 long years on venlafaxine, I have finally gotten off the drug. I don't know if this will be of any use to anyone, but I wanted to share some ....
Hi there, ive just joined on here to get some advice and support... i was prescribed venlafaxine xl (modified release) 10 yrs ago for severe depression after my ....
I have been on venlafaxine for well over a year now tried to reduce but was not ready .just started taking my dose before bed time and find it realy helps me sleep ....
I've been on venlafaxine for about 8yrs & I've been thinking for quite sometime that I no longer need to be on it (225mg). As a friend last night said 'that's a ....
Has anybody any experience of PREGABALIN for anxiety???
Hi I'm new to this site and this is my first post. Firstly I'd like to say thank goodness there are others who share my experiences with this horrible medicine!
Think I've got the right place now!!
I've been on venlafaxine about ,6mths now started on 75mg and last 4 months been on 150mg
My problem is I can't ....
Hi, I was wondering if anybody had any experience or with coming off venlafaxine.
I was prescribed them after a tricky coulple of months as I suffer with anxiety. ....
I wondered if anyone had any degree of success with mirtazapine with venlafaxine especially. I am currently withdrawing from 225mg of efexor as it is no longer ....
Further to my previous post where I mentioned I was slowly bringing myself off venlafaxine, I thought I would post my reduction schedule;
After suffering from mild anxiety for most of life, it all became a little bit too much for me in graduate medical school, particularly when I decided to drop out ....
I first suffered from a depression episode in the year 2000. It was reactive and drs advised venlafaxine. I was 'not happy' about taking an anti depressant ....
week 2 of trying to come off ven 150 after 5 years pure hell extreme tierdness tinnitus vertigo moods headaches please someome tell me there is a light at the end ....
Yesterday I went to A & E because I was feeling "drunk". I don't drink but I felt so dizzy like I wanted to fall over. The nurse gave me an injection, telling ....
i had been taking paroxatine for 16 yrs after suffering post natal depression felt quite low so went to doc and changed me to venilfaxine 75 mg twice day ....
I have been taking 2x 75 mg capsules per day since October 12 2006, I am currently experiencing really bad nightmares which make me reluctant to go to bed / sleep. ....
Posted by : Mushroom
Joined: 28 Apr 2011 Posts: 54 Location: South East
Post date: Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:47 pm
Hi everyone im a 31 year old male , so far been on venlafaxine for nearly 3 weeks the dose is 150mg , but my GP wants to up them to 225mg has i still feel so ill ....
Hi since my mum has been taking this medicine she has changed beyond belief....she is not depressed anymore but can get pretty aggressive and she has a compulsion ....
I have recently changed my medication from venlafaxine to fluoxetine because venlafaxine was making me feel horrendously sick and unwell. Now I am taking fluoxetine ....
Before taking Venlafaxine I was taking Citalopram for a 9-month period. However, for many, many years before being prescribed Citalopram I had been suffering from ....
Can anyone help me with my quandry? I have had major depression most of my adult life. In the past I have been on SSRI's like Citalopram etc - with little success. ....
Hi Im new to this forum and would appreciate any feedback, i went to see my G.P on tuesday of this week , he wanted to speak to me about my 75mg dose of venlavaxine ....
I have been a depression sufferer most of my life and have pretty much been through the alphabet of antidepressants. About 18 months ago I had a pretty bad breakdown. ....
Both me and my wife are taking Effexor and Tramadol for depression/anxiety and back pain. My wife also takes Migraine tablets which is seemingly another potential ....
Due to NHS cuts my prescription was changed from XL (slow release) to the cheaper tablets. I take 300mg per day.They made me feel headachey, queasy,disorientated ....
I have an ileaostomy and after years on seroxat my GP changed me to venlaflaxine ! at first the tablets came straight through to my bag so I wasnt absorbing them ....
... for me at least - and some hope for the rest of you perhaps.
Further to [url=http://experience.patient.co.uk/discussion.php?p=129172&highlight=venlafaxine#129172]-->this ....
I have been on venlafaxine for about ten years for bad panic attacks. They really have helped meto live a normal life. However this is my third time trying to come ....
My question, I'm sure, will be answered by my GP, but without disparaging the medical fraternity, only a fellow Effexor XL Venlafaxine ex-user (or current user) ....
Well the doctor gave these to me yesterday for anxiety. I bite my fingers, clench my teeth, talk to myself, very bad memory etc
Anyway I took one (37.5mg) last ....
Has anyone experienced that Venlafaxine has not being working for them whilst on a strong dose of Antibiotics?
I would gratefully value your opinions on this.
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