17 Sep 2011
Hello nanonymous. I think that you will feel some withdrawals. You certainly, or possibly will not be getting the sleep you once had. And you won't feel as sedated as you once might have been feeling. Not knowing your dose, just take it slow, a bit at a time and you should be fine. Well, the best to you.
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