I am on antidepressant paxil for 20 yrs. but i need antihistamine to make me feel normal and motivated. Don't know how and where to start getting off the antihistamine which gives me side effects of dermatitis, ocd, and mouth sores.I can take a box of 48 original actifed in 2 days and now have to have it every day.Where do i start and what can i do right now to feel better and motivated without wanting to sleep half the week away.I see a psychiatrist an take antidepressant, but my big problem is the antihistamine.
sorry it has taken so long to respond to your post and welcome to the forum.. I would speak to a Dr. this could be very dangerous.. tapering I would believe would be the ideal treatment.. you say you are seeing a psychiatrist.. be honest with him/her ok. take care lesa
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