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    Weaning off of Viibryd
    kthornton79 posted:
    I have been weaning off Viibryd for a few weeks and I am almost done w/the 10 mg and I will be completely off the medication. I have noticed that I am more on edge and my emotions are like a roller coaster. I have snapped at my husband and I'll just feel like I want to totally just shut down and just totally isolate. I am not sure if its me weaning off the medication or just my depression being a pain.
    chez1 responded:
    Hi there, welcome to the site. I don't have the same experience as you are having but from reading your post, I think it is important for you to share the information with your doctor, maybe now isn't the time to completely come of the meds?

    This is a really supportive forum for advice, care and shared experiences, hope it is of some benefit for you
    Chez x
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