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Re: Clonazepam (Klonopin) - steady state concentration

Posted by sdb on March 25, 2005, at 13:48:29

In reply to Re: Clonazepam (Klonopin) - steady state concentration sdb, posted by ed_uk on March 25, 2005, at 10:43:47


I would say that I have more nervous tension. Perhaps I feel some fatigue and I feel impaired. I am more nervous.

After two repeated dosages of 2mg Clonazepam I feel confident and the clonazepam works.

When I am "pretreatet" :-) with clonazepam the dosages to have relieve are lower.

I have never taken Valium. I saw many people under Valium in the hospital and they were all very sedated (like a zombie). Valium is also used during gastroenterological diagnostics to calm patients.

Bye the way, I have found a new pro erect. stimulant which seem to work not bad (doxazosin). It is an alpha1-blocker which dilates blood vessels and relaxes smooth muscles. But I am not yet experienced.

I dont know about librium. I will check it.

I will test a combo of low dosage clonazepam (1mg-1.5mg/day) with Nadolol (15mg, very low dosage) for some weeks to have a better impression of the drug.

Do you have experience with clonazepam (dosage, efficacy) or Xanax XR?


> Hello,
> >I have the interesting reaction that Klonopin 2mg once daily without pretreatment cause *more anxiety*
> Does it make you feel impaired or confused? If I take to much benzo I feel helpless because of the cognitive impairment it causes, this sometimes makes me more anxious.
> >A bad sideeffect is a loss of libido.
> Why not try Librium or Valium instead?
> Ed.




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