Thinking Of A Supplement
Posted 27 November 2018 - 03:34 PM
My story in short:
- Started C 30 mg in March 2017, has been very well till June-July 2018 when a depression episode hit
- Real life stress increased and had a week of attacks in the beginning of Nov
- Came back to parents' hometown where I was prescribed with C 60 mg and Xanax 0,25 mg x 3 (did nothing)
- C caused a mild serotonin syndrome so dropped cold turkey per psychiatrist's request. Prescribed Z 25 mg for 8 days, 50 mg in full after.
I'm scared of withdrawal hitting me full force.
(I have Female Multiple on hand: http://m.solgar.com/...blets.htm#info)
Posted 27 November 2018 - 04:08 PM
To help with the withdrawal you will need a good probiotic, electrolytes,others that my brain can't remember. You will find it in the nutritional support.
Going cold turkey while you could have dropped to 30mg in one shot, hasn't your doctor thought of that? Cold turkey is harsh, it's hell, nobody approves this. Won't your doctor reconsider?
Please talk to him about this!
Posted 27 November 2018 - 04:14 PM
Thank you very much, Gail.
Posted 27 November 2018 - 04:53 PM
I would suggest you read through the thread Summary of Cymbalta Withdrawal in the Medical Support Section. It is a summary of what everyone has tried and what worked and what didn't. It contains medical research on supplements and cautions/side effects and much more. I would stay away from the Solgar product. I am concerned about its excessive amounts of B6 and Selenium. After you read those sections in the Summary document you will understand why.
Posted 28 November 2018 - 07:28 PM
Posted 29 November 2018 - 08:46 AM
"To help with the withdrawal you will need a good probiotic"
You and your probiotics at it again... aww... love you Gailage
Well well Scrat, gut health is important during this time. I guess that you are doing without?
Can you vouch for me Fishinghat? Lovage Scratage.
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