How long will SSRI last in my brain?

mcs mcs at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 12 18:26:15 EST 2004


"John Ashcroft" <A.G at a-man-of-great-integrity.net> wrote in message
news:t4nnh0dlk2v16k3rl4aiphvfnv380ent9l at 4ax.com...
> On 12 Aug 2004 14:04:00 -0700, minervasparty at hotmail.com (minerva)
> wrote:
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> >It's the first time I post something like this because I've always
> >found this argument too personal.
> >My situation is this:
> >
> >I have begun taking Cipramil about 5 years ago, 20 mg pills for 8
> >months. In the beginnig it was ok, I could get asleep and I was
> >feeling good in general, maybe too good. Then it happend that I
> >couldn't get asleep, I was dizzy, and the first attacks of
> >depesonalization came. I remember that I stood up from my bed and my
> >body took a cup of coffee without my permission, this is the best way
> >I can describe it. My doc prescribed me Zyprexa, 10 mg a day and I was
> >doing good.
> >
> >Then the surprise: I found I couldn't quit taking Zyprexa anymore.
> >Every time I tried I felt my brain was "frying". It's like you put
> >your brain on the electrodes of a huge battery.
> >
> >It took me a lot to realize that the problem was Cipramil so I quit
> >cold turkey.
> >It was not easy, I was thinking about suicide for the half of the day
> >but my primordial instinct for survival won I guess.
> >
> >It's almost 4 years now that I'm in this situation. I've managed to
> >reduce Zyprexa to 2.5 mg but my brain still fry. Zyprexa is like a
> >fresh glass of water in a desert for me. I can resist 3 day without it
> >but not more. It's impossible. I bet the strongest man in the world
> >couldn't take it.
> >
> >The thing that I can't understand is how come that a drug that I was
> >taking 4 years ago is still present in my body.
> >
> >How long will it last? If somebody tells me 10 more years it's ok, but
> >I need an answer.
> >
> >Thank you
>
>
> 12 years just like %'s age.
>
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>
> -- 
>
> John Ashcroft
>
> John, I hope they are not teaching you how to make kool- aid again at the
compound.
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