Klonopin overnight no consultaras a los muertos

By | 31.07.2017

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3 thoughts on “Klonopin overnight no consultaras a los muertos

  1. Branislava

    When I was a little girl, my mother has "agoriphobia" and, for a time, she would never leave the house. I swore I would never be like that. I thought she should just get over it and I was a little embarrassed by her "illness." But one day I was driving with my two children in the car, and out of the blue I had this sense of impending doom, my heart was slamming in my chest, and I was terrified that I would die behind the wheel and my children would die in a subsequent car crash. I went to see a doctor who, luckily, had some training in the signs of hormonal imbalance and a LOT more compassion than I showed my mom. I was diagnosed as being peri-menopausal. Klonopin was the first stop-gap for me - it saved me from becoming a prisoner in my home, as my mom had been. It also helped me help HER discover that this was a medical disorder, not a mental one.(I still feel guilty for how I treated her.) That helped HER find help as well. I was off Klonipin for years, and started taking it again after breast cancer. Unfortunately I am now on a drug that robs me of estrogen for life)and low estrogen was my problem in the beginning. Having to deal with hot flashes and panic again, my doc put me on up to .5 mg per day (half pill as needed). I don't take it every day - the problem seems to follow a monthly calendar. But when I do take it, I'm able to get on with life: no drowsiness, no drugged-up feeling. The doc did try anti-depressants which actually increased my symptoms - which, he said, didn't surprise him. This medication is my rescue, not my daily regime. I resisted taking it even as often as I currently do, but he said I am not refilling my script half as often as I am allowed, so he said I need to think of this in terms of being a rescue companion to the drug that keeps me from having breast cancer again.

  2. Kigam

    I was on this medication for approximately 5 years. The last couple of years, I had increasing anxiety and depression. I never increased my initial dose of 2 mg. at night to help with sleep. My PDoc continued to insist that it was not the Klonopin that was causing my anxiety and depression. Who knows? I weaned myself off of the medication SLOWWLY over 4 months. It really took me that amount of time, even that may have been too fast for me. When it works, it's a helpful me. Problem is that many people tend to build a tolerance to the med and will likely need to increase the dose to get the same effect, hence feelings of withdrawal that can come on automatically. I know everyone has his/her own opinion about this drug.

  3. Voodoocage

    I've been on 2mg twice a day for over 14 years now. My dosage has never gone up and I feel it really helps keep my panic disorder in check. Sometimes I skip a dose and don't even notice it. I have had trouble with doctors wanting to take me off the medication and essentially play with my medications. However, my response is always "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". I do recommend that anyone that is on this medication have a physician to monitor you on a regular basis. If you find yourself taking more than prescribed, please notify your doctor.

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