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Withdrawal Symptoms Minoxidil Solution
How much & how long?: A single pill, once daily, will not likely cause withdrawal, but could cause insomnia for a few nights. Two, three, or more pills daily and withdrawal will have two parts: 1) anxiety, restlessnes, insomnia, maybe sweating & tremor; 2) nausea, loose stools, drooling, perhaps vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea. Your doctor can help you devise a tapering plan that is comfortable and safe. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Different drugs are associated with different types of withdrawal. And how dangerous the symptoms are can vary quite a bit. Withdrawal from certain sedative or hypnotic drugs (downers) can be associated with seizures. Opiate withdrawal, while terribly painful, is actually less medically serious. Alcohol withdrawal is similar to sedative withdrawal and can be associated with seizures. ...Read more
Nothing serious: I've never heard of any hazards from stopping tv and computer use. You might feel bored or restless at first, since your habit is to kill time in front of the screen. But you'll very likely get over it quickly and find other things to do. Try it and see what happens. ...Read more
I'm having really bad withdrawal symptoms and was wondering if there is any way to reduce the symptoms.
Please repost: And specify what you are withdrawing from. ...Read more
Several, but why?: Common: headaches & lethargy! but: coffee is the most consumed pharmacologically active beverage. It now has been shown to have many previously considered unhealthy, now found to have significant health benefits. It decreases risk for stroke, heart attack, diabetes 2, cancer, alzheimer's, and parkinson's disease. Some people will experience jitters and sleeplessness. They should drink less. ...Read more
Stop and see a doctor can help you manage the withdraw symptoms and help you find the appropriate medication
a doctor can find the problem and treated it and help you there is now medication that can help ...Read more
Rare: In clinical trials, patients that stopped Lunesta (eszopiclone) typically did not have noticeable withdrawal symptoms, but anything is possible. Sometimes if you have gotten used to taking a sleep medication at night and you try to stop it, your body can have a little more difficulty in falling asleep without the help of the medication. You can try cutting the dose more slowly. ...Read more
Varies: They can be completely avoided by coming off Cymbalta (duloxetine) in steps under supervision. If you suddenly stop take a high dose, you can develop "discontinuation" symptoms, which can include odd sensations, headaches, flu-like feelings, and gi discomfort. Then you might also have the return of the anxiety, depression, or pain that Cymbalta (duloxetine) was helping with. ...Read more
Slow taper: I would suggest using 1/2 dose for 2 weeks and then 1/4 tab for one week, every other day for 1 week and then off. ...Read more
Not aware of any: Stopping anticholinergics can result in rebound symptoms, similar to the symptoms for which you were taking the medication, such as increased bladder spasm or intestinal cramping. While a formal withdrawal syndrome for these drugs has not really been described, one survey found about 10% of people on Enablex (darifenacin) reported withdrawal when it was stopped, but did not give details of what they were. ...Read more
Hytrin (terazosin) withdrawal?: I am not aware of a specific withdrawal syndrome with hytrin, (terazosin) however, if it's used to treat high blood pressure, you would expect an increase in BP if Hytrin (terazosin) is stopped without other treatment. Most drugs should not be stopped abruptly and only under the advice and supervision of your doctor. ...Read more
Lexapro (escitalopram) withdrawal: Depending on dose & length of time being on lexapro, (escitalopram) usually there is gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, bloating, as well as nervousness & headaches. All in all, compared to other antidepressants, those symptoms are usually mild. ...Read more
Possible: Generic drugs need to be within +/-20% of the bioavailability of the original drug. So theoretically, your new formulation could be providing you with 80% of active molecule of the old one, potentially leading to withdrawal symptoms. Discuss with your prescribing physician. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I understand your concern about withdrawal symptoms.
Cipramil 30mg /day is adequate Maintenance dose for Depression.
Some patients need Cipramil 30mg /day as Maintenance dose for Depression.
Do not think a lot about withdrawal symptoms.
Focus on improvement in sadness, withdrawal, energy, appetite, interest, brooding, and sleep.
Continue follow up with your Psychiatrist for Cipramil, have Therapy ...Read more
Movantik is anti-opioid.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Alcohol withdrawal: Acute use of alcohol in excess usually causes symptoms for no more than 24 hours, and they are worst the morning after. With chronic alcohol use, to some extent duration of symptoms depends on amount being used. The physical withdrawal is usually ending in 3-4 days but longer lasting symptoms can last months or longer. ...Read more
Not aware of any: Generally, stopping Lupron (leuprolide) just allows the whole hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis to start getting back to normal, with gradual increases in both testosterone and estrogen as the Lupron (leuprolide) wears off. In some people who have been on multiple courses of lupron, (leuprolide) or have been on it for a long time, there may not be recovery, and the low testosterone and estrogen may be permanent. ...Read more