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Re: Is that REALLY what they call it? grapebubblegum

Posted by Cam W. on June 14, 2001, at 13:08:29

In reply to Is that REALLY what they call it?, posted by grapebubblegum on June 14, 2001, at 10:28:45

Geeb - Sorry, I was only kidding. I was just thinking of the Stones song. I don't think any pharmacist's, including me, think that of any benzodiazepine.

I find that clonazepam is good anxiolytic, with little chance of true addiction. I only have seen a few people use clonazepam to "escape". Most people just use it to take the edge off of the anxiety that they feel

I do agree with you about the return of emotions. I think that the body just doesn't know what to do when it can "feel" again. Once my Effexor kicked in, I could cry during sappy commercials on T.V. or get mad at a wrestling match (Doh!). This has gone away, for me. I am now learning to live again, without the extreme mood swings.

Again, my humblest apologies. I didn't mean to cause you any consternation; I meant it as a joke.

Sincerely Cam

> What, you're serious? That is the pharmacist's slang?
> I thought that was reserved for stuff like Valium. Or was that the mothers little helper of yesteryear? Is klonopin really called a "M.L.H."? I'm just incredulous because I find it does not actually seem like a little helper at all except that it prevents panic attacks.
> If anything, although I am functioning fine now, I find that my temper is a bit of a problem now that I am on klonopin monotherapy. I have been wondering (and I know you could only wager the vaguest of guesses) could this be attributable to klonopin itself, or to discontinuation of Paxil, or could my slight temper problem be my "real" personality resurfacing?
> By "temper" I simply mean getting a little more upset than I used to. i.e., there was a juvenile flamefest on my own message board yesterday and I entertained thoughts of taking down the 100-user, 1000 posts per day wildly popular board... I took a shower and thought about it and cooled off so to speak.
> Somehow I think that while I took Paxil or Zoloft my real and normal emotions were suppressed and now I am feeling real feelings again that are sometimes problematic but normal life-feelings. Yet I don't become predisposed to the crippling and insidious anxiety that creeps in unnoticed until it erupts into a debilitating panic attack.
> I'm not being touchy toward you, Cam, becasue I know you were winking, but does the general populace really think klonopin is a feel good pill? Like I said, to me it is only a feel-like-staying-out-of-the-E.R. pill.




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