Flu-like symptoms such as fatigue, lethargy, muscle aches, headaches, sweating, and diarrhea are very common in this condition.
Insomnia is also a frequent manifestation of this condition.
Nausea and vomiting are manifestations of antidepressant discontinuation syndrome.
Ataxia and balance problems are common in patients with antidepressant discontinuation syndrome.
Agitation is a common manifestation of antidepressant discontinuation syndrome.
Transient psychosis can be caused by the abrupt withdrawal of antidepressants, particularly MAO inhibitors.
Treatment of this condition consists of restarting antidepressant therapy at the original dose, followed by a gradual tapering and discontinuation.
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