First version: 22 Jul 2008. Latest revision: 16 Jun 2015.
Common side effects of Effexor (venlafaxine) are:
loss of appetite,
weight gain or weight loss,
stiffness in the body,
increased cholesterol level in the blood,
sexual problems or
loss of sex interest,
increased blood pressure,
fainting when you rise rapidly,
faster heart rate,
difficulty reading small print,
other sight problems.
If you have been using Effexor and stop using it, you can get short-term or long-term withdrawal symptoms such as:
like ants are crawling on your skin,
These wihdrawal symptom can go on from one week to two months after abruptly stopping using Effexor. It is better to reduce the dose gradually instead of abruptly. If you have severe syptoms after withdrawal, you might consider increasing the dose again and then reducing the dose gradually.
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