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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:54 pm 
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I stopped taking my Celexa about 8 days ago and my sleeping issues have more or less vanished. Interesting no?

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That is good news.Keep us posted on your progress!!

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What were your sleeping issues like? I ask because i take Celexa (20mg a day) and Suboxone (16mg) a day and i awake many many times during the night, usually i'm able to fall right back asleep, around 5 or 6 in the morning if i wake up abruptly, it is very hard for me to fall back to sleep.


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I was on celexa and it was intolerable for me for more reasons than just sleep. My husband took it and had the sleep issues as well. I have really been good on zoloft, and have not had any side effects to it.


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