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Have depression and anxiety, feeling nausea, restless legs and numb face. What should I do?

GP took me off clonazepam , cold turkey, four days ago. I had been on it three years. I am having horrible withdrawals today - day four off the medication. Manic moods, nausea , sadness, jerky legs, restless legs, numb face. Why did GP not do a gradual cutting down process with Clonazepam? I have depression and high anxiety. This seems very dangerous. What should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I am unsure about the circumstances surrounding your GP taking you off of clonazepam. I understand from what you mention that you know that you are having withdrawals, which can be not comfortable. I recommend that you visit with your GP again to check and see what the reason was and if you could go back on clonazepam, maybe a lesser dose. However, this would depend again, on the reason why you were taken off of clonazepam.

Take care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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