Thank you for the information.
Yes,I am familiar with Pristiq.
Pristiq withdrawal symptoms depends on the half life. For Pristiq the half life is about 13 hours. It usually takes 4 to 5 half lives for the drug to be completely eliminated from the body. So, it takes about three to five days for the Pristiq to be completely out of the body. Then your body needs another two weeks for the receptors to readjust completely.So, hopefully in another few days you shouldn't experience any withdrawal symptoms from Pristiq.
I want you to be aware that some of the symptoms you have mentioned are early warning signs of relapse.So, please keep a close eye on your mood and seek help earliest if necessary. It might be an idea to keep a Mood diary, With scores ranging between 0 to 10. 0 being feeling crap and 10 being fine. Then if you consistently scoring under 5,please seek the professional help.
Orthostatic Tachycardia can cause lightheaded ness,vertigo,balance problems and dizziness
. This would explain some other symptoms you have mentioned.Please speak to your Doctor to see whether the dose of Nadalol needs to be adjusted.
I hope you find the information helpful.
I wish you all the best.