I only took it one time and it gave me extreme anxiety and my Dr and I have agreed to discontinue use (was using for insomnia). I took it about 30 hours ago and I am still feeling some degree of anxiety. When can I expect it to be gone from my bloodstream? Thanks so much for the reply
The half life is 9-13 hours so it should be out of your bloodstream by now. Everyone's different though, you could even be having a bit of a bad reaction/side effect to it. I've taken meds for nasuea that should be out of my system in about 8 hours but have had the effects last up to 24 hours. Hope you feel better soon. Kim.
I;ve been on trazodone before and it nade my anxiety worse it also made me see, hear and feel thing that wern;t really there. I was only on 50 mg for insomia and 75mg is i high dose if youve never taken it before your docter shouldn't have gave you that high of a dose. That'sa a strong medication and i hate the way it makes me feel. This question was posted like a while ago so I dont know maybe you are feeling better if not go too the emergency room at the hostbital or a urgent care and tell them you are having servire anexiety and I would sujest you ask for xaxax or klonipin, klonipin is what I take for like genral anexiety, but sounds like you are in a panic and xaxax works much faster and it's stronger too. But klonipin is a life saver for me I couldn't even go too thegrochery store without feeling weird feeling of fear and dread it was scary but now thats in the past anyway.. I hope i helped you in some way.
Hi I took it too just for insomnia (50 mg) and the very next day I was in a fog, memory issues, depressed and pretty moderate anxiety. I took it for 8 days, and under the advice of my dr, I stopped it about 36 hours ago and I don't really feel any different. I am desperate for relief. I was not like this before the traz so I am really hoping it's still working it's way out. Dr said it should already be out but I don't feel any different. How long did it take to leave for you? <desperate in NJ!!>
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