What Are The Withdrawal Symptoms Of Klonopin?
Klonopin withdrawal symptoms and peripheral neuropathy to consider.
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I have read your question and understand your concerns.
It is true that hallucinations and paresthesias are possible withdrawal symptoms from Klonopin.
However, peripheral neuropathy is a condition that is necessary to be considered and evaluated.
Drugs use as a possible adverse effect is a possibility that may cause peripheral neuropathy, besides conditions such diabetes, viral infection, low vitamin B12, alcoholic use, etc.
Generally these symptoms, if confirmed that are caused by the Klonopin withdrawal, start to improve/fade after three to four weeks.
An EMG, nerves conduction study and blood tests about vitamin B levels, diabetes, etc. are necessary to understand better your condition.
Discuss with your Doctor about these issues.
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