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Buspirone - can you just stop taking it or do you need to slowly stop?

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13 Dec 2009

Scott 2924,
DO NOT discontinue your Buspar (Buspirone) abruptly-you will have withdrawls! If you plan to stop taking it, inform your doctor and have him/her help you taper off of it safely. Hope this helps.

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