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Re: Long Term Klonopin Usage ian24

Posted by psychlover on January 6, 2004, at 21:26:41

In reply to Re: Long Term Klonopin Usage, posted by ian24 on January 6, 2004, at 18:24:14

Well, I know in my mom's case it has nothing to do with alcohol or drugs of any kind because she never used any of that. I am not sure it is the Klonopin which has caused her loss of mental agility, but it certainly seems that way. 56 is not exactly old age, and my dad (also 56) is still sharp as a tack, or whatever the expression is. I know from my own limited experience with K, however, that my speed of recall and my memory seem a lot worse than they used to be since I started using Klonopin a year ago. I was always razor sharp, and now I sometimes have difficulty coming up with the word I want or remembering something that happened to me not very long ago. And that is consistent with the literature on side effects of Klonopin.




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