Saturday, June 25, 2011
Are You Struggling With Seroxat/Paxil Withdrawal?
Are you struggling with Seroxat withdrawal? Have you tried desperately to wean yourself off but find yourself addicted? Have you asked your doctor for a safe, proven tapering regime?
Never fear, GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturers of the drug you are desperately trying to wean off, should be able to help you.
Contact them and let them know you are addicted to their drug and you are struggling to wean off it. Tell them your doctor cannot help you as there is no available, proven protocol with regard to a safe taper.
Contact GSK Customer Relations via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If GlaxoSmithKline respond by telling you they cannot, under the Code of Practice of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry [ABPI], offer you any personal advice regarding their product then please feel free to drop me a line.
Failing that, you could always contact the MHRA. They are the body that regulate the drugs you and I take. To date the MHRA have received 32,897 reported reactions to Seroxat and 10,563 Adverse reactions. 177 fatal adverse reactions have been reported to the MHRA.
If you seek help tapering off Seroxat and GlaxoSmithKline refuse to help you, drop the MHRA an email and ask them how you should taper from your Seroxat and, more importantly, how long it will take to be free from the withdrawal symptoms. Once again, if the MHRA quote the Code of Practice of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry [ABPI] clause at you then please feel free to write me.
The MHRA can be contacted via email at email@example.com
**EXCLUSIVE: Glaxo Turn Away Consumer Suffering Seroxat Withdrawal
About the Author :
Bob Fiddaman has been writing about the dangers of antidepressants since 2006. In 2011 he was presented with two human rights awards from the Citizens Commission on Human Rights.
Labels: Addiction, Aropax, Discontinuation Nonsense, GLAXOSMITHKLINE, MHRA, Paroxetine, Paxil, Seroxat, withdrawal