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Old 04-05-2012, 07:25 PM   #1
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so pissed

I'm so tired and just about had it ! Feel like No one believe I'm going threw withdrawal any more because I been on Paxil about four weeks I know it's not my symptoms coming back. Things I never experience pre paxil are harping never had neck pain or the skates in the morning never had side pains or headache I hate Paxil it's ruining my marriage I pray these symptoms go away feel like life is going on with out .me went to the doctor they tell me everything is good huh Oh he offered me a few Paxil snag ain't this a hot damn mess
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Old 04-05-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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Re: so pissed

Oh lol meant to say the shakes. Sorry this phone sucks balls
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Old 04-06-2012, 05:29 PM   #3
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Re: so pissed

Actually I think I like your phone, those typoes made me smile! I was picturing Paxil-induced harp-playing while you rollerskated around in the mornings....
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Old 04-06-2012, 06:47 PM   #4
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Re: so pissed

I didn't just smile, I laughed so hard at both your posts I had tears streaming down my cheeks. For which I'm very grateful, since my dry-eye condition (Sjogren's syndrome - not withdrawal!) has been very bad lately, so my eyes needed that bath!

(And I think we speak the same language lol - probably why I've always related to southerners so much lol even though unfortunately I'm not from the south.)

Seriously, if you were on the med(s) (are you still taking buspar or anything?), that's long enough for it to have caused some brain changes, even if the people who don't take you seriously don't realize that. (People don't understand about these meds generally - and too often that includes doctors, I'm afraid.)

However you were very fortunate that you only took the med that short length of time. You should heal much faster than many of us. Hang in there!
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Old 04-06-2012, 06:51 PM   #5
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Re: so pissed

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Oh lol meant to say the shakes. Sorry this phone sucks balls
Rhonda, that's just damn funny! If nothing else, you've got a sense of humor and that's awesome!

I know it's hard, but just be patient and give things time to settle down. Four weeks isn't long, but long enough and this isn't something that should be long lasting.
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:41 PM   #6
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Re: so pissed

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I didn't just smile, I laughed so hard at both your posts I had tears streaming down my cheeks. For which I'm very grateful, since my dry-eye condition (Sjogren's syndrome - not withdrawal!) has been very bad lately, so my eyes needed that bath!

(And I think we speak the same language lol - probably why I've always related to southerners so much lol even though unfortunately I'm not from the south.)

Seriously, if you were on the med(s) (are you still taking buspar or anything?), that's long enough for it to have caused some brain changes, even if the people who don't take you seriously don't realize that. (People don't understand about these meds generally - and too often that includes doctors, I'm afraid.)

However you were very fortunate that you only took the med that short length of time. You should heal much faster than many of us. Hang in there!
Oops... In my previous post, I meant to say "Seriously, if you were on the med(s) for four weeks..."

I do things like that. I don't post from a phone. But maybe I should say I do. LOL.

Anyway, I hope that's clearer. And I hope you feel better soon!
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20 mg/day; yrs later 15 mg
3/30/06 - 20 mg
4/21/06 - 15 mg
4/27/06 - 10 mg
5/17/06 - 5 mg (none 5/20)
5/21-24/06 - 2.5 mg (5/22 - none)
5/25/06 - d/cd paroxetine
Felt better than in years, then gradual WD symptoms
6/17/06 - Bolted awake in blind terror, started E-ticket ride to hell
2010 - Leaving hell for balmier climate!
(Still on my pre-paxil 0.5 mg clonazepam)
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:44 PM   #7
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Re: so pissed

P.S. That feature on my cell that fills in words for you totally sucks. omg, what are those things thinking?

Luckily, I found that feature could be turned off, and I did just that. I make enough mistakes without a phone putting its foot in my mouth too. Usually too many feet in there already!
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