Are you interested in weaning off Fluoxetine? Searching for a Fluoxetine Withdrawal program that really works?
Here are just a few of the many Fluoxetine withdrawal success stories from people who have used Point of Return's Fluoxetine withdrawal program to taper off Fluoxetine.
Janet's Fluoxetine Withdrawal Success Story
Alesandra - I don't even know where to begin. I do know that I would not be where I am today if it had not been for POINT OF RETURN. I was at my lowest, not knowing what to do, and about to lose everything I had because of the medication I was on. I was taking 11 pills a day, having seizures, blacking out, in and out of mental institutes and emergency rooms. "What was wrong with me? " That seemed to be a million dollar question.
Test after test, bronchitis, ear infections, diarrhea, vomiting memory loss, insomnia and depression plagued me. My husband and family were sick with worry and completely frustrated with me and I did not know where to turn. The doctors just kept prescribing me more meds, and I was sick with worry about my health. I woke up one morning, covered in blood, because I had passed out in the shower and did not remember a thing. I got on the computer, as a last resort, and found the POINT OF RETURN website. I just have two words to say about it "Thank God!"
I started the program, and with MUCH support from the staff, Terry and Alesandra and any other poor soul that answered the phone, I made it! I have laughed and enjoyed life more in the past three months, than I have in the past 7 years. I have my life and family back. I have been working at a job now for 5 months, and I love it! I am the receptionist and answer more than 1,000 calls a day. It seems like a dream some days to feel so good, but I will never take life and people granted again. Life is good! Good luck on your path back to happiness!
Janet M., (TEXAS) - Fluoxetine (Prozac) Withdrawal Success Story
Kelly's Fluoxetine Withdrawal Success Story
I cannot say enough about this program.
I was prescribed Paxil 14 years ago for postpartum depression. Like most people, I figured I could get off it when I was ready. I also bought into the lie that I may need it for life because depression runs in my family. After starting anti-depressants, I developed sleep issues for the first time in my life. I tried several different sleeping pills and finally settled on Trazodone. Through the years, I learned to rely on pills to fix every emotional problem I encountered. I cannot even remember what all I have taken over the years.
About five years ago, I realized I was sleeping my life away. I know this might sound strange to some, but I felt like God was telling me to “STOP”, it’s time to let go and get your life back. By this point, I was on a minimal dose: 5 mg Prozac and 50 mg Trazodone so I thought it would be easy if I followed the doctor’s directions. It was a disaster…I had my first ever full-fledged panic attack and could not sleep for a week straight. I ended up in urgent care and back on Prozac, Trazodone and Zanax.
After about a year I decided to get professional counseling and my counselor recommended a Naturopath physician. So my second time around I had some nutritional support with amino acids that were supposed to help. I was able to get off everything; however, I was so hyped-up all the time and had trouble sleeping. My behavior started to get erratic and I questioned if I was bipolar. I was afraid of what I might do so I got back on the meds. It was a sad day after being off for 7 months…
I spent the last 1 ½ years taking meds I did not want to take…feeling as if I lost my testimony. I really felt God would in some capacity use me to help others get free of antidepressants and here I was back on them. I wanted to give up but there was just a little spark left in me to want to fight for my life.
It was Mother’s day this year, I was at Church with my husband (both of my boys at home sleeping) I was so sad. I had so much guilt…If I were there for my boys they might see what I see in the Lord. My faith must really suck if I have to take these stupid pills! I asked my husband to pray for me. He prayed for wisdom and healing. I woke up in the middle of the night thinking I can’t do this on my own. I need to find a new naturopath with new ideas or I can look online. I was very skeptical of anything online…but desperate. I found POR read about them and realized this is just like going to a naturopath doctor only it is geared toward helping people get free of psychiatric meds. From my past experiences, this seemed legit. After speaking with Alesandra, I had an understanding as to why my past attempts were not successful.
I thought wow, so you mean I am not crazy!
For me this program was an obsession…I followed it closely. It worked a miracle in my life! This program is the best out there it covers everything.
I am FREE and I got my TESTIMONY back!
Thank you POR…from the bottom of my heart you helped me achieve my dream!
Kelly M., (Montana) – Fluoxetine (Prozac) Withdrawal Success Story, Trazodone
Rachel's Withdrawal Success Story
At the age of 13, I went to the doctor due to some stressful situations in my life. I was there for no longer then ten minutes when the doctor gave me free samples of Celexa, after taking those free samples I felt I could not live without them. I was told at this young age of 13 that I would need antidepressants for the rest of my life. I bought into the lie that I would need them because my doctor said so, and who was I to question my doctor, after all I was taught to respect people in authority so I thought the doctor knows best.
After several visits to the doctor I was diagnosed as bipolar, which I never liked or understood. The doctors tried several different antidepressants to treat depression but it seemed to get worse such as Paxil, Zoloft, Amitriptyline, Seroquel, Cipralex, Doxepin, and several others, to many to mention. With these different medications I had so many different side effects that seemed to make the depression worse. I had so many symptoms like insomnia, loss of appetite, and mood swings I felt like I was crawling out of my skin, being over sensitive, and suicidal thoughts.
I had a lack of self-esteem, I felt hopeless, and that I was a pain to everybody and had no purpose. I was taken to the hospital emergency ward and after evaluating me I was put into the psychiatric ward at the hospital. It was then I saw a psychiatrist who diagnosed me to have bipolar depression so they kept me in for two weeks trying to find a medication to treat the depression. At the time I was on Paxil and was taken off of it cold turkey with no tapering and put me on Seroquel right away, I then had a seizure as a result. In 2009 I was prescribed sleeping pills because I had difficulty sleeping when I first started sleeping pills they helped for a short time then a few months later my sleep got worse.
In January 2012 I went off of sleeping pills cold turkey, which I don’t recommend anyone doing. It was very difficult, the withdrawal symptoms were very strong but I was desperate and I wanted to make positive changes in my life. In May 2012 the craving for sleeping pills were so strong that I did search on my computer and typed in craving for sleeping pills and the Point of Return website showed up. I could not believe it, I read all the testimonies and I showed my father and got very excited.
The next day I called Point of Return (POR) and left a message and within ten minutes Alessandra called me back, I talked for about an hour and I made the decision that I wanted to join the program. I knew that it was God who guided me to Point of Return and I am so grateful for them. I ordered my product and read all the information about the program. In August 2012 I started to taper off of Prozac and finished on October 8, 2012, then on October 23, 2012 I started to taper off of Lamictal and I finished January 1, 2013. I am thankful to God for His daily strength and help.
I am 24 years old and so thankful that I found POR at this young age. I have my whole life ahead of me and now I can share with others my journey and give them the same hope that I have found. It is wonderful l to wake up every day and not depend on medications to control my day. It is nice to wake up every day without the horrible side effects that I had while on medication. Since I finished tapering I now find that food tastes better. I am able to enjoy God’s creation and the beauty around me. My friends and family have noticed such a change in me. They say that I have such life in me now and I am able to deal with stress and life without being numbed by medication. I love to dog sit for others and take their dogs for walks and enjoy nature. I am finding my sleep is improving each day and I know every day will get better. I have found that if you work the POR program that it will work for you. The results are there if you do your part and work the program.
I am also grateful to the Point of Return family on the forum who I was able to share my heart and what I was going through. They never condemned me but always had words of encouragement and ensured me that I would be able to do this and that there was a light at the end of the tunnel. I thank God for Andrea, Terry, and Alessandra who always listened to me encouraged me and gave me great advice, without them it would have been much harder. I love and appreciate each one of them, thank you for being there. I strongly recommend Point of Return to others.
Rachel M. (Canada) Fluoxetine (Prozac), Lamical
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