Oh dear, to have that surge of AD and Buspar in your system, then suddenly come off; yes, how you're feeling would be typical. You are also having to get used to a different AD in place of the old one. I truly feel for you.
I'm sorry, I don't have a solution; I can only reassure you, how you feel is normal for what has happened to you.
Hello, how are you feeling today? You've had an incredible surge in Dopamine. It will take a while to feel better, but you WILL feel better. Start with adding a Mulit-Vitamin and a sublingual B-12 to your diet. Make sure you eat!! If you're not eating much (I've been through this feeling myself, and the last thing you might feel like doing is eating), then get yourself some Ensure or Boost. Most of all, keep hydrated.
If I were you, I'd find another Dr who will rx something to help you relax. No one can understand this awful feeling unless they've been through it. I wish you well, honey. You're going to be okay. Hugs, and Merry Christmas~
Thank you so much for your comments. It was good to know what I was feeling was normal. Hadn't considered food and supplements though so that was a great idea. Unfortunately I was sectioned New Years Eve, think my system was messed around with too much and I ended up jumping off a bridge into the river. Fortunately/unfortunately (?) I'm still here though so hospital are dealing with meds again. All fun and games hey!? Many thanks again for your comments and support. X
The max dose for venlaflaxine is supposed to be 375mg... You sound like you are having withdrawl symptoms. I have just been diagnosed with bpd also now known as emotionally unstable personality disorder :) i am 18 and for years i have felt out of control and in crippling deppression. Doing silly impulsive things and trying to end it all. It took research and a suicide attempt. I regret not going and being a impatient and hopefully my doctor will admitt me because i am struggling. Good thing is there is lots of different views on bpd. Mood stabilisers and/or anti-psychotics maybe aswell as antidepressants would be the way ahead. Ask about dbt and other therapies that have worked on other borderlines? Research, you can add me on ig or kik if you want. Lettherebemaddness