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Yes you can get her into the ER. If she starts having horrible withdrawals it would be imperative. They’ll be able to help until you get her doctor thing figured out. You can’t let her go cold turkey!

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I agree with checking in at ER. My husband insisted.
I was withdrawing from years of taking Clonazapam: ab and stomach pain! at the beginning.
The docs were wonderful and one resident actually made me laugh!

The hospital called later to see how I was!

My neurologist (not the prescriber) was getting ready to retire. He saved my sanity! He introduced me to a young neurologist who is guiding me through a slow, well defined taper of decreasing the number of pills I take per day. I am now taking 1 pill(2 halves) a day…
And a morning pill 1 (similar to Aricept).

Your doctor will give you the number of pills to take each day, how many weeks to stay at that dose…..weeks/months to slowly reduce your medication.
Don’t do this taper alone. The doctor will give you a check back appointment. Ask if you can call or see him earlier if you need to!

You can do this!

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