Imagined conversations. Prozac withdrawal?

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by Woodsmoke, Feb 14, 2012.

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  1. Woodsmoke

    Woodsmoke Well-Known Member

    I have a habit of falling into imagined conversations/arguments- always based on real circumstances in my life, namely family issues which I wont go into.

    I have always been a daydreamer and usually waste days inside my head, dissolved in fantasies.

    But the imagined arguments- beyond 'what I wish I could have said' (more to do with worst case scenarios)- make me rage, cry, hurl things in pure frustration- I literally cannot escape them- constant, always echoing inside my head, and they start at any time!

    But I notice that these things are much worse when I have forgotten my Prozac for a few days. I think I am on Day 4 of not taking them and I am on 60mg per day.

    Has anyone else experienced this...?

    It's hell, if there's no peace inside your own head!!!
  2. total eclipse

    total eclipse SF Friend Staff Alumni

    dam eh timeto start taking the prozac again okay i often fall back into crazy thoughts without my medication hugs
  3. Deadtwice

    Deadtwice Well-Known Member

    I deal with wandering thoughts and voices even on my meds. When I miss more than a couple days of Prozac I get nasty headaches and I can't think strait. I hate my meds but they keep me from killing myself.
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