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As with all benzodiazepine medications, it is possible to develop both physical and psychological dependence while taking Klonopin® (clonazepam). If you stop taking this drug too abruptly, you may experience withdrawal from Klonopin. Withdrawal symptoms can include nausea or vomiting, panic attacks, fever, and insomnia. To avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, your healthcare provider may decide to slowly wean you off Klonopin (although this may not be necessary in all situations).
(Click Klonopin Withdrawal for more information on why you may experience withdrawals from Klonopin and to learn more about potential withdrawal symptoms. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Klonopin.)
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