I have been on oxazepam 15 mg for 4 months, on a few ocassions I might take one in the morning and one at night. But for the most part only at night. I want to came off of this all together. So I tried to c/t it for 2 days and awoke on the second day of being off throwing up and shaking. So with it being a capsule I opened it and took half in the morning and then the other half that night. The following day I took 3/4 of the capsule for 2 days, then dropped to a little over 1/2 for 2 days. I still feel nausea ans I am shakey (shaky). Is 15 mg taken once a day hard to get off of? And do you think I am doing it the right way? If so how long do you think this might last I know that everyone is different. What if I cold turkey it? By the way I was on Zithromax for 5 days when I started all this. And started having shakes while taking zithromax even before starting to quit the oxazepam. Matter of fact when I took the oxazepam for the shakes they did not go away so I thought that I could be getting dependant. Please help.
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