How do you stop taking Campral? Is there a weaning off period? Then what happens?

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6 Feb 2012

Hello Fatush. To stop taking the drug is not a problem. The drug is non addictive and you'll have no unpleasant side effects when you decide to stop taking it. No weaning process is necessary. Good health and wishes to you,pledge

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