I am a Mom to two beautiful children. My husband and I are in the middle of building our dream home in the woods!!! It's a very long process... Going on 6 years now.. lol.
[More] I just graduated with my BA in teaching, and now going for my Masters at WSU with Math and Reading. I'm so excited to be here and have the support from everyone!
Hi Try 5HTP or tryptophan
I am going cold turkey six months got Dr to prescribe beta blockers and clonidone. My Dr changed me and put me on a tricyclic after being on effexor for 8 years. This is one
rollercoaster! Good luck Lorraine
Hi Shannon, I feel for you as I am the same except it's been 6 months. But ive been on it longer 8 years in all. I've been to a private Dr who gave me beta blockers
and Clonidone. This effexor is evil, nasty stuff. Take care Love Lorraine x
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