16 Sep 2010
It depends on how long you've been taking it. If you have only taken one 30 mg pill, then 48-72 hours, tops. But if you have been taking it for a period of time, then it's in your tissue and it takes a bit longer, once you have stopped taking it. And for the record, don't stop taking it cold turkey, it can be very dangerous.
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