... neuralgia from shingles and then I was diagnosed with breast cancer a year and a half ago but it's just not working for me anymore and it feels like it's making me sicker than ever and I take it it doesn't feel good I feel like I'm in a constant withdrawal no matter what I do I dropped it down to 7.5 milligrams every 4 to 6 hours after two hours im feeling more aching than anything so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong and why I'm feeling like this but I want to get off of it my doctor is not the easiest doctor to talk to he doesn't have the best bedside manner in the world so I wanted to try to do this myself I know a lot of people have done it I just want to know if anybody has any advice for me on how to start this
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