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How To Wean Off Cymbalta Safely
Under supervision: Amlodipine is a medication used for treatment of high blood pressure. Discontinuation of this medication is not associated with significant rebound effects. However stopping any prescribed medication should be done under the supervision and by instruction of your physician. ...Read more
The body will wean: off Amiodarone all by itself. The half life of Amiodarone is in the range of 57 days so if you stop it today it will take two and a half months before 60% of it is out of your system. There really is no specific weaning process. Just stop and it will wean itself over several months. ...Read more
Narcotic wean: Hydrocodone is an opioid. The weaning process usually involve a slow decrease in dosage. It is recommended to do it under physician supervision. Depend on narcotic dosage, you might need to be weaned off as inpatient versus outpatient please see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very gradually: For this, you need to work with your own psychiatrist on a plan to gradually taper. You and your doctor first need to agree that it's safe for you to wean off the medicine -- and if you're still having symptoms, whether another medication could provide you better relief. Good luck to you. ...Read more
With medical help: Hopefully the doctor who prescribed it will assist in terminating it. It needs to be either a very slow tapering off or being switched to a different ssri with a longer half-life and have that drug tapered. Those take a shorter time to taper. The "discontinuation" syndrome can be very troubling and serious. You want to avoid it and you can, but not alone. Best wishes for success. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Slowly: Depends on how your current daily dose and the amount of time you've been taking it, but in general I've found people have the most success with a slow, gradual taper. For patients on a high dose who've been taking a benzodiazepine for years, I will reduce the dosage by roughly 10% every 1-2 weeks, sometimes even more slowly. If the dose and duration are shorter I sometimes schedule a faster taper ...Read more
Consult with your dr: Weaning off meds is not easy. There are several ways to do what you asking,but the process needs to be supervised by a specialist. ...Read more
Topiramate: I don't know if this being prescribed to you by a psychiatrist or a neurologist. I worry when I see this type of question, as it might mean that someone is considering coming off of a medication without fully discussing with the prescribing provider. I encourage you to discuss this with your physician. ...Read more
Amitriptyline: The proper way of weaning off depends upon the dose. If you are taking a full anti-depressant dose of Amitriptyline (200-300 mg), then reduce by 50 mg every week. If you are just using it either to sleep or for relief of nerve pain, cut down by 10 mg a week. You will not get a specific withdrawal syndrome when you stop; you are more likely just to experience a possible recurrence of prior symptoms. ...Read more
Depends: On how long you've been taking it and how much you've been taking. If a pain management doctor was prescribing it, it it best to have him/her work with you and develop a plan to get you off. Withdraw symptoms can be severe and you need a physician by your side to help you through it. ...Read more
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