Oh, we are right there with you on this. Been there, done that.
Ok, these days in Any doctors office, we have to be proactive without being a pain in the butt. The doctor gets to go home but we have to live with what ever going on.
I use mottos to help me stay focused yet PROACTIVE.
I AM WORTH IT is one of my mottos.
What I did was to call my pharmacist first, basically I called him for 2 reasons, 1. To practice what I would say to the doc. 2. To ask for suggestions and to focus on what is happening during withdrawal to our bodies and how dangerous are the withdrawal effects getting. I shared with him all the things going on in my body and mood, then listened.
Next I repeated back to him what I heard him say. Sometimes I took notes of what he was teaching me. It was very helpful to then go into the docs office feeling prepared and confident.
I hope that's clear. My brain is in a MS muddle right now.
Anyone else, feel free to jump in.
Go find the method of counting the beads in each capsule and reducing your dosage that way. That has worked for so many folks. I think folks were reducing the count by 5 beads each day. It worked, that's all I know.
Smiling at you, bright wings