Posted 14 June 2012 - 07:29 AM
Posted 03 April 2014 - 07:25 AM
MariaLouisa, Faith22, and Gail
I always had slight nausea during the first few months of withdrawal, and I found it would spike if I turned my head quickly or stood up quickly. Thankfully it went away.
There is a family of symptoms that seems to go together during withdrawal: nausea, vertigo, dizziness, unsteady walking (running is out of the question for a while), a stuffed-head feeling, poor peripheral vision- kind of tunnel vision (and movement at the edges of your vision), and a general loose sense of overall balance.
There is also a pervasive out-of-body sensation. Do you know what I mean?
Posted 03 April 2014 - 10:06 AM
Yep I can so relate to the "nausea"....but at only 15 days out I'd expect that to still be hanging around. Some buzzing in my ears as well on occasion. I am so glad that I'm OFF that POISON...I'll take whatever comes. Take it one day at a time but NO longer "one bead at a time".....
Posted 03 April 2014 - 04:15 PM
As for withdrawal symptoms go, dizziness, vertigo and watching where I go, that lasted for a week. No brain zaps ever.
But the nausea is at times out of this world even after 7 weeks soon. A few times, I had to throw up, like 15 minutes ago. Headaches are gone. Great panic in the morning lessening in the last few days. The no appetite is still around, and I can barely comprehend that only after 5 months on it, that I'm still in the throws of it. But as I said, the last few days are better.
Never again, I will wait the 3 months as Fishinghat suggested before deciding to take anything else, but I would doubt it.
Even if I have to be on 1mg or 2 of ativan for a while, or a long time, I no longer care. Nothing is worst that what I have been through with that crap.
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