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Re: celexa muscle tension: would more klonopin help babs

Posted by galkeepinon on July 7, 2003, at 0:08:08

In reply to celexa muscle tension: would more klonopin help, posted by babs on July 6, 2003, at 21:59:38

Hi babs, I was on Resperdal also and had to go off of it for increased Prolactin levels also. I take a full 2mg of Klonopin all at night and it does wonders for my tension-I get that a lot. I try to get massages often but I have slipped up on that for 2 months now. Taking 2mg of Klonopin at night carries over into the next day and it does not make me zombie-like. It works for me it may work for you. But it may sound like a lot to take for you, I don't know. Hope this may help.
Good luck and I hope you feel better. Also, have you ever been checked out for migraines? Just a thought. What other meds do you take?

Gal


> Every day around 3 or 4 PM I develop muscle tension in my neck and shoulders that leads to a big, bad headache. It's only happened since I upped my celexa to 80 mg for OCD 5 weeks ago. I was on risperdal and had no problems with muscle tension but had to go off it because of elevated prolactin levels. We added 1.75 mg of klonopin to the celexa- I take 1 mg at night, .5 in the morning and .25 around 2 or 3 in the afternoon. I'm wondering if upping the afternoon klonopin dose to a full .5 mg might help the muscle tension and headaches. They're pretty bad. thanks, babs


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