palverson; Really these medications can be as hard coming off of as narcotic, But the best way doesn't be in a hurry and the slower the better but you only go down like very small amounts at a time. You should go to the doctor and get a scaled down directions you never try and do this yourself. And make sure the doctor gives you help and does not just say stop them you will not be able to when most of these came out on the market they did not even know that they were so hard to come off of. so please use lots of caution and get it right from the doctor's mouth. Best of wishes Chuck1957 pal, Just remember it's a lot like it was when you were going on slow and sure. and takes a while to kick in, but this is just the opposite.
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