Were you looking for information about Remeron Withdrawal? Remeron withdrawl is a common misspelling of Remeron withdrawal.
It is possible to suffer from withdrawal symptoms if you suddenly stop taking Remeron® (mirtazapine). Some symptoms of Remeron withdrawal can include irritability, headaches, and insomnia. However, because the medication stays in your blood for such a long time after you stop taking it, it may be less likely to cause withdrawal symptoms compared to other antidepressants. If you are going to be taken off the medication, your healthcare provider may slowly decrease your dose to minimize the symptoms of Remeron withdrawal.
(Click Remeron Withdrawal for more information on when withdrawal symptoms may occur and a more detailed list of symptoms.)