29 Mar 2012
This would depend on how long you have been taking them & what for. Chrontic pain or just an injury or what? If you have bveen taking them for a short time, you shouldn't have to difficult time just stopping them on the other hand if taking for a long time, you could have withdrawals, & it's reccommended that you do a slow taper on dropping one per day for a week at a time. Need more info...
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