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    Re: A timetable for recovery on Fluoxetine / prozac

    salut ian
    thanks you have well identified the problem . I wanted to ask you I'm not well every time around 6: 00 pm ;I have to eat because I feel like I'm feeling sick yet I eat well during the day . what are you thinking ? is the medicine no longer working ? I'm impressed with all the things you know . Thanks

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    Re: A timetable for recovery on Fluoxetine / prozac

    Quote Originally Posted by velia View Post
    I'm not well every time around 6: 00 pm ;I have to eat because I feel like I'm feeling sick yet I eat well during the day . what are you thinking ? is the medicine no longer working ?
    Nausea is both a common AD side-effect and withdrawal symptom, but it is also often triggered by anxiety, so it can be difficult to determine an individual cause. I'm intrigued by the consistent timing. Are you taking the AD, or another medication, or supplement around that time, or maybe under greater stress then for some reason?

    Ginger and/or vitamin B6 supplements are often very effective at easing nausea.

    I'm impressed with all the things you know . Thanks
    Most of what I know comes from reading people's experiences in forums like this one and wanting to understand what causes their problems. The thing to worry about, however, is all the things I don't know! ...Yet.
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    Hi, ian.
    I hope you're okay . this is not the shipwreck I have . I feel weak like I'm gonna faint .
    if you know a lot more than I do anyway .

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    Re: A timetable for recovery on Fluoxetine / prozac

    Quote Originally Posted by velia View Post
    this is not the shipwreck I have . I feel weak like I'm gonna faint
    Then it is unlikely to be the AD. It is most probably anxiety, or it might be some other illness, but 2mg fluoxetine is very unlikely to cause fainting.
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    Is there any chance we could chat on Facebook summerdaze? Or WhatsApp? I think we are at similar stages x
    Last edited by Sazflux; 14-02-20 at 14:52. Reason: Missed something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazflux View Post
    Is there any chance we could chat on Facebook summerdaze? Or WhatsApp? I think we are at similar stages x
    Sure text me your facebook details & we can chat. Iím 649211259013. Iím away for the weekend without much cell coverage but will be back in town Monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summerdaze View Post
    Sure text me your facebook details & we can chat. Iím 649211259013. Iím away for the weekend without much cell coverage but will be back in town Monday
    If that number doesnít work try 64211259013

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    hi ian I hope you are well .
    I am 3 days away from my 6 week and I am still not well . do you think I'll be stabilizing soon ? or my dose and too low ? I'm sorry to ask you again . I don't understand why a small dose can not work. while I managed to be stable with 2mg of deroxat .

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    Re: A timetable for recovery on Fluoxetine / prozac

    Quote Originally Posted by velia View Post
    I am 3 days away from my 6 week and I am still not well . do you think I'll be stabilizing soon ? or my dose and too low ?

    ...I don't understand why a small dose can not work. while I managed to be stable with 2mg of deroxat
    Hard to say at such low doses which don't really do much except perhaps reduce withdrawal symptoms to some extent. It may be you need a higher dose to achieve equivalence with 2mg paroxetine, or fluoxetine could be so different chemically that it is not going to work at all, or your symptoms may not be withdrawal, but anxiety/stress which 2mg fluoxetine is not going to help no matter how long you take it.

    Maybe you should just quit taking it to see whether you get any worse. I suspect that it won't, at least not as a physical reaction, but psychology could create a response. One way of determining whether the symptoms are withdrawal, or anxiety would be to take a dose of the Lysanxia (prazepam) you've been prescribed. If the symptoms diminish they are most likely anxiety/stress, not withdrawal, although it isn't a 100% conclusive test.
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