Luvox and weed

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Hi everybody, Im a 32 male and ive been smoking for years and ive had a past addiction with marijuana and cocaine. Ive been clean from the coke and weed for over two years. Last october I started to take percocet 3 to 4 days out of the week. I also forgot to mention I suffer from OCD and i am taking klonopin and luvox. Well back to the percocet, I would be taking double the recommended dosage in these days sometimes more or less. In the days I was not taking them I would smoke a half a pack.
I was on lexapro and valium at the time and I could smoke, smoke,and smoke more and loved it. Then I changed my meds to luvox and bam got a huge panic attack after smoking. Tried to smoke some more and couldn't. Even one tiny puff would give me panic so I had to give it up. In the past the same thing has happened with weed. Sometimes I can smoke it and be fine and other times it gives me extreme anxiety.
my OB took me off the medication i have been on to control this problem cold turkey and i was horrable i was on the luvox for 15 years without it i am a wreak and was so scared when they told me to start the kolonopin 3x a day and then ambian at night to sleep i started all this close to 4-5 months pregnant with my first and now i have the same problem with my siatica and scared to be on all this while pregnant.
Hi everybody, Im a 32 male and ive been smoking for years and ive had a past addiction with marijuana and cocaine. Ive been clean from the coke and weed for over two years. Last october I started to take percocet 3 to 4 days out of the week. I also forgot to mention I suffer from OCD and i am taking klonopin and luvox. Well back to the percocet, I would be taking double the recommended dosage in these days sometimes more or less. In the days I was not taking them I would smoke a half a pack.
Yeah, tingling is one of my main symptoms as well...but it's not constant. If yours is constant, then I bet it has everything to do with the buldging disk!!! Good luck!!!
The pills were my magic pill then I gave that up and the weed was my magic depression and anxiety solution but that stopped when the panic attacks happened while smoking. Had to kick the weed 2 months ago after 2 years of heavy use because I got 3 panic attacks while I was high and this was when I was switching my med from Lexapro from 2 years to Luvox. A week on the Luvox huge panic attack so I switched to Paxil, then boom smoked and another panic attack.
i went on luvox tablets for about a year about a year ago and i have been off them since and i have been to see the psychologist about a year ago aswell.. but the anxiety still doesnt go away.. i feel asthough i am the only one who is feeling this. everyday i feel asthough im not real and nothin is real and everything moves so slowly. im always constantly tired. i always feel asthough i cant breathe. i always feel my heart beating faster and faster and faster.
I went to the doctor Saturday he perscribed zoleplon for sleep witch deep down I hope I can abuse... I read and its a central nerve deppresant witch made me happy I also got luvox for deppresion I think there's a good chance he will perscribe me zanax witch I'm happy about. I think I'm done with the physical part of this **** the only thing I notice is the sleepless nights makes me want to throw down the 5mg of zanax I have left and snort it...
I tried weed only a few times and it made me paranoid. I hated the damn stuff. However, I'm for the legalization of it, but only for medical purposes, if it helps anything.
But truthfully, these drugs aren't tested all that much on adults, either -- the sample sizes in the studies are small, drop-out rates are high, half are on placebo, and the studies are short-term and weed out anyone with serious problems that would make the drug less likely to get approval. So again, I didn't mean to suggest not being approved meant illegal, just to say, keep a close eye out.
As for the post above, dosages aren't scientifically proven at all -- studies on any kind of anxiety are very small, use few patients, and weed out difficult cases. There's a lot more research on depression, but anyone who follows this knows success isn't that easy with any modality. People metabolize drugs differently, and very high doses of these meds increase side effects and make it even harder than it already is to quit taking them if that becomes desired or necessary.
I quitted my Luvox (an SSRI) 50mg without any problem after 10 years. I reduced my Klonopin (an addictive Benzo) very slowly from 2mg to 1.25mg after 10 years. I read a lot about cognitive-behavioral therapy and its help me a lot.
I am having extremely debilitating anxiety right now. Mild chest discomfort but I focus in on it so much that it becomes unbearable. I am always aware of my heartbeat and like above I focus in to it where it just drives me insane. I am expereincing undescribable levels of discomfort and I just dont understand whats wrong with me. My heart rate throughout the day is 90-100 bpm resting, and it shoots up even when I do simple tasks such as walking.
well today is day 10......so far so good!!.......
But I am still here after 40 years of heavy tobacco smoking which includes 15 years of drinking alcohol and smoking weed. 2 1/2 years smoke free and 25 years sober.
of non stop porn, i got tired after a while and just stopped ! and yes it has an e.d.-like effect. but trust me, it "goes away" just take a break. h.
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