Interesting article from the Mail Online. It's basically an interview with Duncan James, pop star of boy band, Blue.
The following segment differs from what the manufacturers of Seroxat claim.
He says that as he started feeling stronger he decided to come off his antidepressant, Seroxat. But the sideeffects of coming off made him feel worse than ever.
Duncan says: ‘I was on something like 40 milligrams a day and the doctor said you can’t just stop them.
'It took me about a year to get off them and I was so ill trying to do it.
‘I was working on the National Lottery show, and I was getting panic attacks live on TV reading out the numbers and just about keeping it together.
Here's what Glaxo spokesperson, Mary Anne Rhyne, said in 2005.
"If ‘discontinuation reactions’ occur in patients stopping [Paxil], the majority will experience symptoms that are mild to moderate in intensity, and are usually limited to two weeks."
Two weeks huh?
Full interview with Duncan James can be read here
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