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Can Adipex cause withdrawl (withdrawal) symptoms? I only have a few left and havent taken it in a couple days and i am miserable should I cut them in half I dont know why i feel so bad it could be pms or my zoloft but it started when I stopped adipex. please help
You should not take zoloft and adiplex...its a bad and sometimes dangerous combination. Adiplex has a stimulant effect,and perhaps you are missing that....there are no warnings about withdrawal effects from this medication.
Don't know about Zoloft with Adipex, I know not to take it with MAO inhibitors. But google it -- on site said it does cause withdrawal if you've been on it for a long time, mostly extreme tiredness and depression, and to go off slowly under a physician's care.
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