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Is clonazepam dangerous to someone who has depression already

5/11/2014
04:57 | Author: Steven Lewis

Clonazepam dangerous
Is clonazepam dangerous to someone who has depression already

worse? My mother has been taking clonazepam for a few weeks now and first they just made her experience a drunken like state she wobbled.

I STOPPED the Clonazepam and started on Lexapro and Lorazepam. On Tuesday 1/15 my Dr took me off Clonazepam after I told him I was having depression.

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I am prescribed trazadone for anxiety and low mood but am concerned that it says this tablet can cause depression and suicidal thoughts.

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I started on 75mg last night.I have severe ocd intrusive thoughts.

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Clonazepam - is it dangerous to take this once a month to help me

11/20/2014
04:26 | Author: Allison King

Clonazepam dangerous
Clonazepam - is it dangerous to take this once a month to help me

I only take clonapepam 0.5 mg once in a while is I am having a restless night tingling in my arms and legs and can't sleep. Is it dangerous to.

. day.Worried about withdrawal.

The pharmacist will say that any medication older than a year is not good anymore. Not dangerous to take once in a while, I only take mine when I absoluy need it. If you are having tingling in your extremeties you may have a circulation problem, ever mentioned this tingling to the doctor? Do take care, Laurie.

I only take clonapepam 0.5 mg once in a while is I am having a restless night tingling in my arms and legs and can't sleep. Is this not good to do? 14 Feb 2011.

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Klonopin Dangers

11/19/2014
02:11 | Author: Steven Lewis

Clonazepam dangerous
Klonopin Dangers

Klonopin is the brand name for clonazepam, a prescription medication that is used alone or in combination with other drugs to treat various.

This company reports that 7 percent of clinical trial participants experienced an onset of depression while on Klonopin; also, 4 percent experienced a depressive episode after their drug therapy ended. Medic8.com warns that suddenly stopping use of this drug can cause major and possibly fatal symptoms. A more serious side effect of this medication is depression. This consequence is documented in research by Roche Pharmaceutical, the manufacturers of this medication. Thus, one is strongly advised not to change the dosage of or abruptly stop taking Klonopin without first discussing it with the prescribing physician.

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America39s Most Dangerous Pill? Alternet

9/18/2014
12:32 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Clonazepam dangerous
America39s Most Dangerous Pill? Alternet

It's not Adderall or Oxy. It's Klonopin. And doctors are doling it out like candy, causing a surge of hellish withdrawals, overdoses and deaths.

Nicks checked herself into the Betty Ford Clinic in 1986 to overcome a cocaine addiction. After her release, the psychiatrist in question prescribed a series of benzos—first Valium, then Xanax, and finally Klonopin—supposedly to support her sobriety. Nicks has described the drug as a “horrible, dangerous drug,” and said that her eventual 45-day hospital detox and rehab from the drug felt like “somebody opened up a door and pushed me into hell.” Others have described Klonopin’s effects as beginning with an energized sense of euphoria but ending up with horrifying sense of anxiety and paralysis, akin to sticking your tongue into an electric outlet, or suddenly feeling that your brain is on fire.

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Is Klonopin the Most Dangerous Prescription Drug? - Democratic

7/17/2014
02:45 | Author: Molly Young

Clonazepam dangerous
Is Klonopin the Most Dangerous Prescription Drug? - Democratic

It's not as famous as OxyContin, but the prescription drug Klonopin can be just as dangerous. Around since 1975, Klonopin (clonazepam) was.

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