... numb. I feel like my body has been injected with Novacaine. It is a very odd feeling. It tends to go away in about five hours. Has anyone else noticed a strange body sensation while being on the med and if so does it pass?
Buspar is somewhat of an enigma... some Doctors swear by it... others think it is useless...
It is marketed like an anti anxiety pill but usually takes several weeks to "kick" in like an antidepressant 5 mg a day is a very low dose I have been taking 15 mg twice a day down from 22.5mg twice a day because it seems to make me dizzy... it is a bit of a "chill pill" I have not noticed numbness or strange body sensations..just dizziness and spaced out a little.but in a little bit of a better mood
- BuSpar Information for Consumers
- BuSpar Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of BuSpar (detailed)
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