Former alcoholic i am currently taking zoloft 150,trileptal 300mg 3x,Inderol 60mg,Stelazine 5mg,cogentin,2mg,naltraxone 50mg im doing okay now i used to see a primary care dr who prescribed me xanax and effexor i developed a habit for xanax for about 2 years instead of effexor .so my dr reffered me to a phyciatrist she didn't wanna prescribed me benzo's i was feeling very bad withdrawals i explained to her how i was feeling she didn't wanna taper me off the benzo's. .i felt like **** for about 4 weeks then i got better..I was feeling very manicy and racy thoughts along with alot of muscle spasms and jitteryness ....does anyone know if these meds are working for me and why the dr prescribed them..and isn't it a bad thing to quit benzo's cold turkey and how come i didn't have a seizure?thank you
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