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Topic: withdrawing from gabapentin
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Ive only started gabapentin 2 months ago for better sleep. I take 300 mg at bed and 100 mg when I wake in middle of night.
I will never go higher than that and want to stop when a crisis in my life resolves.
I'm wondering if this has been hard to do for anyone who's done this.
I've read warnings that its very hard to get off of it.
Posts: 1275 | From USA | Registered: Dec 2002
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Member # 743
I used to take mega doses of it and I don't remember having any trouble getting off of it.
That said, I would still go slowly getting off of it.
I hope you feel better soon!!
Opinions, not medical advice!
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