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Re: Klonopin,Wellbutrin questions

Posted by dave on February 3, 1999, at 9:14:20

In reply to Re: Klonopin,Wellbutrin questions, posted by Matt on February 3, 1999, at 4:04:02

> Dave,
> Wellbutrin certainly can increase anxiety. Probably the best bet for reducing anxiety as far as an antidepressant goes is Remeron, though your mileage may vary. One other question. What's wrong with being "hooked" on the klonopin? You're not abusing it; you're looking for relief from anxiety. If you become physically dependent on it, as one can with K, it just means you need to taper off slowly when you want to stop. So, I wouldn't think so much in terms of "addiction" and being "dependent" as being a necessarily bad thing. Also, why take 1 every other day? If you're feeling constant anxiety and rebound anxiety between the doses, why not take, say .5 or 1mg each day. K has a long half life, but most people who take it take it at least once a day.
> Best of luck to you,
> Matt

Thanks Matt, good points. I even smiled on reading that 'mileage may vary'.
More piece of my puzzle are: I've never had a real
diagnose (which kinda scares me--maybe its too bad
for me to know),
I have been total and believe that I'm codependent.
I've been pretty close to completely socially
isolated for years(I know thats not good). and my
only reactions to wellbutrin seem to be itching.
I'm 36 and never married--I mainly think I need
to get out more.
I sure appreciate the feedback.




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