I need your help! Klonapin (and Ambien) withdrawal
New here and need to get some real live support, not just post a comment. I could write pages but dont want to bore you. Took last Klonapin July 30 2012. Also stopped Ambien about a month later. (Tapered as best I could). I also tapered slowly off Zoloft and Nefazedone (another anti-depressant). ALL these were prescribed meds. I have been in hell ever since July 30, and tho there's been a teeny bit of improvement, its just not really getting better. I am now fighting fear and depression (and am angry at MDs for their ignorance). Can anyone talk with me???
i took kolonopin for anxiety and you have to taper off slowly under the supervision of a doctor i now need a benzo cuz i have tardive dyskinesia and my tongue moves like crazy i can't relax can't sleep i'm rigid and exhausted i take a zoloft at night and prazosin to sleep with benadryl to sleep :)
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