I am Geno type 2 and completed 2 rounds of tx in May. Finally succesfully beat it!!! My problem is the after effects of tx. I was so tired and they told me that Prozac and the abilify I was taking were the cause of still being tired. So thinking I wasn't depressed any more, I stopped taking them on my own. My psychiatrist had already lowered my dosage of abilify to 2mg and prozac was at 30 mg. I was diagnosed as being anemic during my tx so they had me on folic acid. Well, now weeks later, I am feeling worse. So tired you can't believe and I get this weird sensation in my head. Not quite feeling like I am going to pass out, but close and my bones are stiff. Told my Dr and they said it wasn't because of the anemia, but because I had stopped the abilify and the prozac. So now I get to go back to my Psychiatrist and see what can be done. My question is has anyone else had this issue and do you think this is really what is causing my problems? Really could use some advice here.... Thanks ahead of time Carol
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