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Summary Of Cymbalta Withdrawal Information - The Ebook


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#1 invalidusername

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Posted 25 August 2019 - 03:50 PM

Yes - the finest compendium of antidepressant withdrawal information is now available in a fully compiled and referenced eBook!

 

Following the fine work FishingHat has put in gathering the information together, I have compiled it all into one 395-page document to use for reference. All of the links have been updated and is fully searchable quickly and easily.

 

To those who reference this to users, please feel free to post them towards this post, or take a note of the link where they can download the eBook themselves.

 

▼▼▼ VIEW / DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK HERE ▼▼▼

 

https://www.scribd.c...wal-Information

 

Again, granted I put in a bit of legwork in checking and formatting everything, but credit due to FishingHat for such dedication to the cause. It is our intention to periodically update the eBook bi-annually, so please check back for the latest version.

 

To all who find this document - we wish you well and please feel free to join in the forum where we will be happy to help you further.

 

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Posted 25 August 2019 - 04:48 PM

Well done IUN. A much more user friendly format easier to read and it doesn't contain my spelling, grammatical and typing errors. LOL I applaud your work, a job well done.

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Posted 13 September 2019 - 04:31 PM

Some kind words from Overwhelmed;

 

"Hat...Oh. My. Gosh. I downloaded the ebook & whenever I’m able to, I’ve been reading. And reading. Thank you so very, very much. I’m in absolute awe of you & your vast knowledge! And your generosity, for sharing that knowledge. IUN did such a wonderful job of putting it together, it’s so easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. This should be mandatory reading for every dr with a prescription pad BEFORE prescribing Cymbalta or giving willy-nilly tapering or cold turkey instructions."


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Posted 13 September 2019 - 05:39 PM

As the research in the ebook shows the information is all in the medical journals for the drs to read BUT when would they have time to read that research on Cymbalta let alone all the other meds and conditions they treat. An impossible task for a doctor I am afraid.

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Posted 13 September 2019 - 06:07 PM

Quite - but as you and I have discussed previously in the past Hat, this does not excuse the medical profession giving out instructions without first understanding the protocols  they ask their patients to follow, and the subsequent damage such events can cause. I can't for one moment recall a medical professional saying that he/she did not know of something, and that they would need to check before further advising. GP's over here get a 5 minute window (in most cases) to get the patient in and out of the surgery. I won't go any further down this road as you can all see where it is leading. 

 

In a ideal world Overwhelmed has a very valid point as it would save so many problems that arise from these drugs, but God forbid that the medical community turn to a forum for advice on their practice!!





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