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150mg Effexor worse than hell with zyprexa combination

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pinkgazey

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Dec 6, 2016
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Is anybody there? I take 75mg of effexor and zyprexa
I used to take 150mg effexof but that amount with zyprexa was making mW suicidally depressed.now 75mg effexor is crap and making me very sad and low. I think I should switch antidepressants, maybe switch to Zoloft (Lustral)?I've been on effexor for fourteen horrible years.
 
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Nikita

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Effexor didn't work for me,it made me feel numb inside like a zombie and Olanzapine,damaged my kidneys and heart,I had to come off both under supervision,they knew my organs were getting damaged after they did blood tests.I was on Effexor four years I couldn't stand to stay on them a day longer.
 
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bippie71

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I was on effexor for 6 months and realized it was not for me. I packed on 25 pounds, started having extreme anxiety and night sweats from hell. Under supervision, it took almost the same amount of months to come off. I had severe brain zaps. Thought I was dying. Never again. Phew.
 
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