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Could Buspar (buspirone) help with klonopin withdrawal?

Could Buspar (buspirone) help with klonopin withdrawal?

No.: Buspar (buspirone) and Klonopin are from two different classes of drugs. Buspar (buspirone) is not a benzodiazepine and does not cause tolerance or withdrawal. Klonopin is a benzodiazepine and does cause tolerance and withdrawal. Symptoms of withdrawal from Klonopin like increased anxiety, tremor, seizures, and possible death if severe would not be helped by buspar (buspirone). If taper off of Klonopin needed, use like medication. ...Read more

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Aftr 2 wks of stopping lexapro 10 cld trky n upping buspar (buspirone) frm 30 to 60 w no s.e or withdrawals now my anxiety n depression is worse. Will it get btr?

Aftr 2 wks of stopping lexapro 10 cld trky n upping buspar (buspirone) frm 30 to 60 w no s.e or withdrawals now my anxiety n depression is worse. Will it get btr?

Hard to know: If you were being treated for anxiety and depression with Lexapro, (escitalopram) and then stopped it, there is an excellent chance the illnesses will relapse and you will experience the symptoms of that. It's just like treating high blood pressure or arthritis or diabetes--if you stop the treatment, symptoms return. Please call you treating physician and discuss this in detail. ...Read more

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If I suddenly stopped taking cymbalta (40mg), Buspar (buspirone) (30mg) and Tenex (2.5mg) what, if any, withdrawl symptoms can I expect?

If I suddenly stopped taking cymbalta (40mg), Buspar (buspirone) (30mg) and Tenex (2.5mg) what, if any, withdrawl symptoms can I expect?

Don't stop suddenly!: The possible withdrawal symptoms vary widely for different people and can be very dangerous. They might be minimal but there is no way to predict so don't take chances. It's annoying to take the needed time to be safe, but it's just the way it is. You really should have a good doctor monitor the process closely and being in talk therapy as you go through it will be a good safeguard and support. Be ...Read more

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If I suddenly stopped taking cymbalta (40mg), Buspar (buspirone) (30mg) and Tenex (2.5mg) what, if any, withdrawl symptoms can I expect? I'm also not eating much.

If I suddenly stopped taking cymbalta (40mg), Buspar (buspirone) (30mg) and Tenex (2.5mg) what, if any, withdrawl symptoms can I expect? I'm also not eating much.

Severe withdrawal!: Do NOT stop these medications suddenly. Cymbalta needs to be tapered to avoid significant withdrawal symptoms: anxiety, agitation, palpitations, electric shock like pains, depression etc etc. Stopping Tenex suddenly can cause severe hypertension. Some patients on Buspar (buspirone) will experience withdrawal symptoms if stopped suddenly. Please Speak with your physician and don't stop on your own. ...Read more

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Piate withdrawal help?

Piate withdrawal help?

Opioid withdrawl hel: I assume you want to stop taking opioids. If you have been on these for a long time then have an md taper you off slowly. Alternatively if you have problems you may be a candidate for suboxone. Talk to your md. ...Read more

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What are they effects of heroine withdrawal?

Heroin Withdrawal: My heart goes out to you for needing to ask this valuable question. Withdrawal, which can include severe nausea, vomiting, shakes, seizures, sweating and shivers can be deadly at its worst. It is always best to have an addict in a medical setting if they may go into withdrawal as the detox from their drug of choice. ...Read more