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Klonopin and back pain?
« on: July 11, 2010, 08:19:42 AM »
Since I'm always on klonopin, I have peace from anxiety. But I started to have daily back pain. An unbearable pain that start some hours after I'm in bed. I first thought it was the bed itself. I changed the mattress. But it continues. The pain go slowly away when I sit or stand up. It breaks my sleep, and it's really bad. It started with the use of klonopin 0.5 2 times per day, it seems. Pharmacists say that klonopin relax muscles and it should help instead giving trouble. But well, I've read "back pain" in the list of all possible side-effects. So now I don't know. Klonopin is the only thing that helped my anxiety so much. I don't want to stop it. But I can't sleep. I thought to stop it for a day to see what will happen. I'm afraid of a rebound of anxiety but I don't know what else to do. It's crazy, it hurts so hard. And it goes away when I don't lay anymore. A friend convinced me to not stop klonopin for now, but I don't know how long I will be able to live like this, sleeping by some bits. Can someone relate?
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