About Me: Female, 38, myrtlebeach, SC, member since Jul 2007
Hey im a 30 yr old female happily married no kids...im on here mainly for support i suffer from severe anxiety and panic, i also had an episode of nsvt that ended me up in the er..i also have pvc's on occation
i was on xanex for 5 years i had to go to rehab for 3 months to get off. you can have
seizures they HAVE to moniter you do not do it ny yourself, get a doc that can give you the right meds to get you off you HAVE to go on anti seizure meds!
Hi Gina, I just found the site & read your message. Have been able to switch from xanax to Klonopin? I have never heard of Klonopin. I have been on Xanax for 5 years taking 1/4 of a .05 mg. as I needed it. After 5 years, I now need 1/2 of a .05mg.
I can go 12 hours before I feel I need another dose. I had my 1st attach 5 years ago. If I stop taking it all together, how bad would the w/d be or do you know? thanks, LC
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