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Can sudden withdrawal from klonopin cause hallucinations?

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2 May 2013

Sudden withdrawal from Klonopin can not only cause hallucinations but more seriously it can cause seizures. Klonopin should not be discontinued abruptly, but should be tapered off slowly over time.

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