I actually got prescibed ativan by mistake i had the wrong doctor that day and i didnt pick up my script till after my visit so it was either wait the same day to see the doc or stick with it. I thought i would give them a try they are okay for people that havent taken benzo's as a long term use. Otherwise they arent as strong in my opinion as alprazolam but they both belong in the group of benzo's im just saying they are very weak. If you havent used benzo's for a long time you should be fine but if you start feeling like you need them again i would go to the doc and see if they can prescibe you a few more to start tapering down.
First what dose are you on? Second; benzos are very addicting specially
lorazepam..Which is the one you are taking
you have to lower your doses gradually even if you have been on it only for three weeks. You would, my friend be making a very big mistake if you go cold turkey (stop using them form 1 day to the next) trust me, now the one you are taking is one of the most addicting ones. I would even suggest you contact a psyachiatrist in order to have professional supervision, benzoz are no game... I am not trying to scre you..I am just being realistic. From my experience I am 41 male... I do not have all the answers if I thought I did I would be the biggest fool on this planet, I am also not a doctor..Ok
believe when I say you do not want to experience withdrawal at all. Due to my " mental conditions " one of them being bipolar I have been on the following benzos. Klonopin/clonazepam
know I have given you my opinion , my advise and I have tried to help you... From my experience... But,at the end of the day you must dedice. Remmember I am not a doctor... Just a caring idividual
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