Quillivant XR Withdrawal And Detox
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You may experience withdrawal symptoms after stopping Quillivant XR. The intensity and length of these withdrawals will vary depending on how long you have been taking the medication and the dosage level. Because of the short half-life of Quillivant, you can quit it all at once without experiencing withdrawals but only if you just started taking the medication and are on a low daily dose. For individuals who have been taking Quillivant for an extended period, it is recommended to gradually taper off the drug. This allows the body to adjust to functioning without Quillivant and lessens the severity of the withdrawal symptoms.
Common Quillivant Withdrawal Symptoms Include:
- Changes in appetite
- Intense mood swings
- Suicidal thoughts
- Emotional swings
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Some detox centers may place you on medications to help alleviate some of the withdrawal symptoms you experience when quitting Quillivant XR. Check with your doctor before taking any medications alongside Quillivant as some drugs can increase the chances of serious complications. If you are gradually tapering off Quillivant, avoid taking MAO inhibitors (such as linezolid, methylene blue, isocarboxazid, phenelzine and safinamide) or dexmethylphenidate.
Inpatient care is typically recommended when detoxing from Quillivant. These programs usually feature medical monitoring to help you safely taper off the drug. They also feature counseling sessions and other healthy elements (like exercise, yoga and dieting) to help you get on the road to recovery. Outpatient care is another option for Quillivant addiction but should only be used if you safely taper off the medication without medical care.