Invega Withdraw

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It is important that you get your healthcare provider's approval before stopping treatment with Invega® (paliperidone). Withdrawal symptoms may occur if you stop taking this medication too abruptly (this is true for most medicines used for treating mental illnesses). Potential withdrawal symptoms include insomnia and symptoms of schizophrenia. People do not experience withdrawal from Invega because the drug is addicting; symptoms of withdrawal occur because the brain may need time to adjust when you stop taking Invega.
(Click Invega Withdrawal for information on how to help prevent withdrawal from this medication and to find out why withdrawal symptoms occur in the first place. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Invega.)
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