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Celexa Addiction Symptoms, Abuse Stats - Addiction Hope

5/16/2014
02:55 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Celexa Addiction Symptoms, Abuse Stats - Addiction Hope

Even though citalopram is supposed to be non-addictive, a Celexa addiction can be developed due to continued use. This would include a.

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Is Citalopram addictive? - RYL Forums

11/25/2014
06:30 | Author: Caitlin White

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Is Citalopram addictive? - RYL Forums

Hi, does anyone know whether citalopram is addictive? I'm just curious because a couple of times when I've forgotten to take it in the morning.

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Is Citalopram for depression addictive? - Answers - Yahoo

11/24/2014
04:05 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Is Citalopram for depression addictive? - Answers - Yahoo

They are safe, but over time your body can become dependent on any medication. Your doctor will understand this and reduce your dose slowly.

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Information on Celexa

9/23/2014
02:40 | Author: Caitlin White

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Information on Celexa

Addiction Treatment Celexa or citalopram is an antidepressant drug in the SSRI class. Citalopram is approved by the FDA to treat the symptoms of major.

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Celexa Citalopram Hell by James Moore, UK

7/22/2014
12:35 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Celexa Citalopram Hell by James Moore, UK

About 2.5 years ago, I was prescribed Citalopram (Celexa, Cipramil) for that it was a wonderful, revolutionary new drug - safe, non-addictive.

After six months of being on Celexa, I was brought rapidly (far too rapidly) off it over the period of a few weeks, and eventually came fully off them.

Furthermore, my mood drastically altered. I lost all short and medium-term memory. I experienced two major side-effects whilst on Celexa (the real problems began later). Far from alleviating my depression, I became angry, withdrawn, and more depressed than ever before. To this day, I can remember very little of those six months of my life.

James Moore UK · June 1, 2002.

by James Moore · UK June 1, 2002.

I'll spare you the details of the incredibly poor hospital treatment I received; I was bombarded with all kinds of obtuse theories about my suffering, which were eventually winkled down to "unidentified viral infection" and "possibly CFS/ME".

Everything I ate, I vomited straight back up, I couldn't keep food down at all (and at one point, I couldn't keep water down either).

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