Our expert says:
Aropax is an antidepressant, which can be really effective in treating Depression ; it has not been shown in good research to be effective in helping grief and bereavement, which rather needs counselling.
It sounds as though you have recovered from your grief, and I doubt very much whether you need the Aropax still. There is probably not a risk in stopping this med now. And even though the dose is low, it can indeed still have the annoying side-effect you describe.
It is unlikely that your grief will recur, and if it did it would be better managed by counselling. And if you developed a Depression, another antidepresssant could be used, eqally or more effectuive in managing depression, and unlikely to have this side-effect in you. There are several ADs of the samebroad chemical family as Aropax. All cause this side effect in some people, none cause it in everyone.
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