diazepams

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Hi i am in my 4th week of tapering and now the side effects are now kicking in. Is it a good idea if I drop again as i am having withdrawal symptoms or would it be the worst thing to do. ..?

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    I run out I have no diazepam for 2 weeks. Dangerous drug. My months supply lasts me less and less. I must get off them. Good on you for weaning yourself off it.

    Talk to your doctor I am nervous giving medical advice, I have no medical qualifications just experience.

    Good luck shell

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      Hi that what happened to me I just kept taking them like sweetie. Until my body just couldn't take no more. I couldn't walk or go anywhere. It took me about a year to work out how this drug work, s daizepams is like a class a drug. And it the hardest thing I have been through in life. Ten years my body had this nasty drug going throw. Now its time to get my body and mind clean. Shell
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    I'm no expert but have withdrawn from some things, if you are getting bad withdrawals you are likely coming of to fast, you want to get stable at a lower dose befor you drop again.

    Hope this helps.

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    Hi Shell, taper off slower so you don't get withdrawal, stick to dose your on for a while then start again, give yourself at least a week before your next taper.

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      The other thing I could suggest is keep tapering but ask GP to prescribe a no addictive alternative to help with the withdrawal such as buspirone(buspar). N 
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