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Trying to stop klonopin cold turnkey by reducing dose. Taking ativan, ambien. Is it dangerous?

i have been on 3 mg of klonopin for about 10 years. Now I had to stop the klonopin cold turkey and am currently taking 4mg of ativan and 10mg of ambien is this dangerous? I was going to taper myself off with the klonopin i have left like this, 2mg for 7 days then 1.5mg for 7 days then 1mg for 7 days then .5 for 7 days then i would be done. all the while taking the 4 mg of ativan and 10 mg of ambien. ps. i have had seizures getting off benzos cold turkey in the past. what do you think?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Never go for self medication or tapering or adding new medicines by yourself particularly with psychotic drugs.
Always go for medicine as advised by your psychiatrist.
If you have any problem, do not go for any alteration of dose without advise of your psychiatrist.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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