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Re: Celexa Withdrawal

Posted by Smiley on May 14, 2001, at 12:27:36

In reply to Celexa Withdrawal Smiley, posted by SalArmy4me on May 14, 2001, at 6:25:28

thanks for the info. I appreciate it.

> Citalopram withdrawal syndromes are rare in the literature. There were only two case reports of it documented (as of October 2000):
> 1) Fernando, Antonio T. III MD. Schwader, Patrick. A Case of Citalopram Withdrawal. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. 20(5):581-582, October 2000.
> 2) Benazzi F. Citalopram withdrawal symptoms. Eur Psychiatry 1998;13:219-20.
> Citalopram has a half-life of only 36 hours, so after a month of not taking it, it is impossible that the drug is still in your body causing adverse effects. Besides, the two case reports above describe the main symptom of Celexa withdrawal (assuming this is a consistent recurring phenomenon) as dizziness--mostly severe light-headedness, which came on very suddenly and lasted only a few hours. The patients had no further symptoms in the next few days.




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