Citalopram for Pain (chronic) treatment

We have 1383 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (chronic) with Citalopram. Pain (chronic) used in 0% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (chronic) for Citalopram

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.97
182.98

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 11″

Average age
45
61

Citalopram Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 1383 reported about Pain (chronic)

  1. Norman D. Williams says:
    4.5 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (chronic)

    Jurnista is optimal in the application 1 x per day 1 prolonged-release tablet. However, it comes to a strong tiredness, but also sleep disorders, weight gain, headache, heavy sweating, memory loss. Citalopram in my case did not cause any anxiolytic effects. Already after a few days I was attacked by strong restlessness and anxiety. This included insomnia, weight gain, dry skin, feeling hungry, sweating. Drug had to be discontinued. So far, all SSRIs have failed. No idea how that should go on!

  2. Amy J. Bryan says:
    4.0 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (chronic)

    Hello I have been taking the citalopram tablets 20 mg for 5 years now, I was always very aggressive, had a bad headache and had to cry for no reason, it took 10 years until the doctors could say that I had a chronic tension headache. at first I had taken 10 mg, now 20 mg .. I had no problems or side effect for 5 years. only for a few weeks it is so that I can not stand it anymore. I can not describe why, but I feel like they do not work anymore. I have an extremely bad headache when I take it. That’s why I decided not to take them for 2 days. then have no headache, but must cry for no reason and become aggressive for every little thing. I really do not know what to do. have an appointment with my doctor agreed – let’s see how it goes on;)

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. William S. Bray says:
    4.5 rating

    Citalopram for Pain (chronic); Depression

    Since 2.5 J I take 2x Targin 20/10 daily. Reason: LWS-OP 2005, after sequestrated BSV. Pain can be controlled as far as possible. Side effects: skin problems (itchy, small, hard-to-heal pimples), addiction and, since the beginning of 2010 in need of treatment, severe depression. The depression becomes with the o. A. Medicated and is now well under control. My biggest concern is the dependency on TARGIN. I tried 2x to sell off the drug gradually. The pain returned with full intensity, and what I find very worrying: there were significant withdrawal symptoms – & gt; Restlessness, yawning, unstable psyche (irritated), feeling of tension in the lower jaw, discomfort on the skin (clothing is distracting). 12-hour intake intervals are no longer sufficient today. After 8-10 hours, the withdrawal symptoms start fully. If that happens at night, I wake up at different times. After taking a tablet, the withdrawal symptoms disappear within 30-45 minutes. Who has had similar experiences and how do you deal with them? LG Old Joe

    Side effects: Dependence