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Hyperactive, irritable. Taking epilum, seroqual mood stabilizers, stopped. Withdrawal symptoms?

Hi. I would really appreciate if some one could he ll me with this. I used to be on a lot of mood stabilizers but my doctor felt I was on too much of the same things. Since November last year I came off 800mg of Epilum and 100mg of Seroqual. My doctor says I m still irritable and hyperactive because of the withdrawal. After this time period is it still possible? Many thanks
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Withdrawal symptoms from november to january is a bit unlikely. If you are having bipolar mood disorder, then you are prone to develop anxiety disorder as well. You should visit your psychiatrist and insist him to add up a benzodiazepines untill you recover with your symptoms. CBT will also help you a lot.
Take proper diet and plenty of exercise.
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Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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