A member asked:

Is there any reason to think that the daily use of clonazepam would cause any permanent changes in cognition, memory, or the brain ? would the same apply if this use was for less than a year?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Wouldn't think so: Such an issue would likely have led to removal from the market decades ago (first approved in 1975). There is always a possibility you had a personal idiosyncratic reaction (rare).However, I would wonder if this is more related to whatever led them to use the drug on you to begin with.

Answered 2/16/2020



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