Severe nausea from antidepressant withdrawlHello,
I am having severe nausea that starts in the morning and stays throughout the day and disables me from eating. Looking at food makes me more nauseatic. This is all all part of antidepressant withdrawl. I am able to cope with the rest of the symptoms,(toungue is coated white, complete loss of appetite, weight loss, weakness, anxiety, vomitting every or every other morning) but the worse is this nausea that lasts throughout the day). my doctor told me to take nux vomica 1M 1 dose and then chelidonium Q 3 times a day which I have been doing. This helped a lot initially with vomitting and nausea. I vomitted only 2-3 times in 2 weeks but then the nausea and vomitting r back again. My doctor is on vacation, can someone suggest what shud i take, especially for nausea. I have some basic remedies at home.
maggarwa on 2005-12-01
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