Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/21


My man gebruik cipralex, nadat hy in ' n rehab was vir alcholisme. Hy drink nou al vir 3 jaar die pille. Hy wil dit nou stop. Een addiction is vervang met ' n ander. Hoe stop mens die gebruik sonder die vreeslike komplikasies?

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People do not get adicted to antidepressants such as Cipralex, BUT there can be unwelcome symptoms if one stops them suddenly having been on a high dose for 3 years --- he should consultm his psychiatrist or doc for advice on coming off them gradually, by lowering the dose. Suh drugs are on;y useful for treating the depression or anxiety that may accompany alcoholism, they don't treat alcoholism itself.

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Posted by: Gary | 2009/04/28

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Posted by: anonynous | 2009/04/22

There' s not out there about this topic. I have been suffering from this for 10 years now. better than it used to be but still a huge issue in my life. I used cilift 20mg for it. Will it ever go away and why don' t pshyciatrics know much about treating it. Anorexia is the buzz word but im wondering how many people are out there suffering in silence?

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