Clonazepam .25 Mg

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Sandra Says:
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I've been taking .25 of clonazepam for over ten years for Chronic neck pain. Recently I've come across bad batches or something changed in the medicine and have been getting withdrawal symptoms. My terrifying problem is that its work perfectly for my neck pain and now I need to not only worry about withdrawal but the chronic neck condition that I now can't get relief from. Does anyone know what I can do. Detox is one thing but what am I going to do for my chronic neck pain while I detox.. Lord, God help me to find the right answer...



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sandra! How are you? I am sorry about the problems you've experienced.

After taking it for so many years, it could be that your body is just becoming tolerant to this dosage, so it is no longer as effective for you. You may need a dosage adjustment. It is totally normal and happens to everyone that takes a medication for a long period of time.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Have you informed your doctor of the problems you're having?


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Sandra Says:
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There is such a drastic different in each brand of clonazepam. None are the same. I know this as I have ended up in the emergency room several times.The media should make this known to the public. If you are also having this problem let the FDA know.And this also applies to other medications for heart and blood pressure medicine cancer drugs etc. I was ignored by the FDA after reporting a problem. If more people let them know maybe, just maybe they will take us serious. Our lives and the quality of our lives depends on this. Pray that changes be made. God Bless all who are suffering like me.

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Sandra Says:
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Please don't ever allow a doctor prescribe clonazepam for you. No matter how well it works, once you start to take it you will go through hell trying to get off of it. I was never told of the consequences just "you can take it as long as you need it." HOPEFULLY SOMEONE WILL BE SPARED BY READING THIS POSTING. God Bless.

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