If you have been doing research in the Internet than you have most likely read that everyone's body chemicals are differant and there for when being on an antidepressant this makes their experiances from the antidepressants differant. What I drew my conclusions from was your post and you didnt state in there why you initially started to take the antidepressant and that your symptoms now were differant then when you first started. No, I havent taken Celexa but I do have lots of clinical experiance with these types of antidepressants by working in the mental health field for years and working closely with psychiartists and the people who take them. The one thing in your original post that I was basing my reply off of was this....
lela said...I started taking celexa in June 2005 and after discussing it with my doctor i tapered it down from 20mg to 10mg (for 7 weeks) to 5mg (3 weeks).
After being on 0, I immediately felt withdrawal symptoms. First just physical ones(dizzy, extremely weak and tired, drwosy etc), but they went away after one or two weeks, but the psychological ones were bothering me and still are!
It normally takes anywhere from 4-6 weeks for an antidepressant to reach its therarputic level in your body. So it turn it can take just as long for the medication to fully leave your system. This is true with any antidepressant that you take and each and everyone of us is differant as our bodies absorbe the medicaiton at differant rates and excreate it at differant rates.
I'm sorry that I assumed it was recurring depression. Be patient and see if some of these other side effects dont clear up for you soon. However, if they dont please do see your physician.