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Feeling anxiety, stomach upset, dizziness and fear after stopping deanxit. What to do?

i used DEANXIT (2 pills a day) for almost 2 months, then i tried to stop it abruptly but i couldn t, then i gradually tapered the the dose to 1 pill a day for 2 weeks, then 1 pill every two days for another two weeks, then 1 pill every three days for another two weeks. I am off DEANXIT for a month now, but i still feel hard anxiety , dizziness , upset stomach , can t eat, feel annoyed of crowds, fear of nothing ... what should i do ... please help me
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Most likely reasons may be:

1. The actual duration of treatment might not have been completed

2. The dose would have been lower than what should have been

3. There may be some additional source for anxiety like any stress at family or work place

4. Taking substances like alcohol, smoking etc may complicate such picture

Consult a psychiatrist and discuss all these issues
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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