Very weird. I also have liver problems, with high numbers. I've never had a problem with things leaving my body though. Most problem I have is with what I can absorb.
I know my Psychiatrist has to be very careful with what she prescribes me, and I'm sure liver is one of the things she's careful about
. Although that might just be my tablets for my liver, I'm not too sure.
With the 2 different antidpressants I've tried, I've not noticed any problems to the extent that your having.
When starting my mirtazapine though, I have had similar problems to what you describing. I also start to feel the effects of them almost immediately. Like within 2 days. It's supposed to take a couple of weeks for them to really get into your system. Within a week of feeling down though, I suddenly felt extremely perky, then I started to level out. And after a couple of weeks, I had no problems.
To be honest I've not really just stopped them coz I feel bad. The only time I've stopped them is about
a year of taking mirtazapine/Zispin, they found I had a dangerous reaction to them, and had to stop them suddenly. I put feeling so low down to a mixture of home and health problems, and stopping so suddenly. Soon after that I started Sertraline. I didn't notice any problems really starting them, but she started me on the lowest dose, then slowely got me up to the 100mg a day I take now.
It may make them slower to take effect, but perhaps working up from a small dose is the way to go?
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