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how long it takes to get rid off triavil 4-25 withdrawal side

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how long it takes to get rid off triavil 4-25 withdrawal side effects such as anxiety constipation nausea disconfort of the lower part of my stomach i start to take triavil 4-25 in 1994 due to deppression anxiety and insomnia and it helped at that time but now it stop to work

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I can imagine how distressing this situation must be for you. The symptoms you describe do sound like the more common side effects of stopping to take Triavil. That is good for two reasons. First, that you aren't having serious side effects means your system is tolerating the withdrawal okay (I know the discomfort in your abdomen doesn't feel okay, but it's not a severe side effect). Second, it would indicate that you should not have withdrawal symptoms longer than most people who experience them would.

Triavil can take between 2-4 weeks for symptoms to ease up in most people who experience them. There are no clinical trials that establish clear guidelines for withdrawal symptoms. This is because many people don't experience any symptoms and so many people experience different types of side effect symptoms and different severity. But in general, this is the usual timeline.

If you have any trouble breathing or experience swelling or hives, for example, those are serious symptoms and you would need to seek attention right away by calling your doctor. But if the symptoms you have continue and don't ease up within 6 weeks, then you would also need to call your doctor and confer about whether further action should be taken.

You might also consider adding a behavioral component to your treatment for your anxiety. While behavioral treatment requires more effort from the patient than medications and is not as quick acting, it doesn't have the side effects nor withdrawal symptoms of the medications. If you would like to introduce a behavioral treatment, feel free to ask me another question about it. Just write “For Dr. Mark” at the beginning and everyone will know it’s for me.

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