Remeron 45Mg Cold Turkey- Withdrawal Symptomes Came Gradually, Normal!?

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  • November 30, 2016
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I’m seeing a counsellor who at the moment is just focusing on my anxiety and depressuon…I’ve seen her just three times and am finding it helpful. She c/o feeling down and sad, with crying spells, trouble sleeping, increased eating, depression, impaired concentration, and fatigue. In addition, the 15 mg tablet also contains yellow iron oxide. The most commonly observed adverse events associated with the use of mirtazapine tablets (incidence of 5% or greater) and not observed at an equivalent incidence among placebo-treated patients (mirtazapine incidence at least twice that for placebo) are listed in Table 3. Evidence gathered in preclinical studies suggests that mirtazapine enhances central noradrenergic and serotonergic activity. Psych said to cut my original 30mg to 15mg for the next five days then discontinue. I did.

About mid-way into my second week of Remeron cessation, I was struck with an overwhelming sense of despair, anxiety and some of the most debilitating fatigue and body aches I have ever experienced. The presence of food in the stomach has a minimal effect on both the rate and extent of absorption and does not require a dosage adjustment. I remained very anxious and upset and was given propranolol for anxiety (which I stopped when I discovered it could be ototoxic) and I started to get a hissing noise up the back of my head. and I also feel like this withdrawal has changed me into a different person. An allergist and pulmonary specialist suggest the cough is allergy related. My primary physician says the body aches are manifestations of depression. Protect from light and moisture.

At 30 mg I was sleeping like 12 – 14 hrs (occasionally more), and at 45 mg about the same. The mean elimination half-life of mirtazapine after oral administration ranges from approximately 20 to 40 hours across age and gender subgroups, with females of all ages exhibiting significantly longer elimination half-lives than males (mean half-life of 37 hours for females vs 26 hours for males). I wondered how low you would have to go with the Mirtazapine dose to get that effect. I’ve been off of it for about six weeks now and am wondering if I should stay off and muddle through it or pick up with a very, very small dose for a while as a “bridge” and then drop it all together. Untoward events associated with this exposure were recorded by clinical investigators using terminology of their own choosing.

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