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zombettie

342d

I am currently taking 1mg clonazepam a day for my agoraphobia and panic disorder. My doctor has discussed with me possibly changing the med to valium. Does anyone have experience with these two meds? Which did you like better? in your personal experience, how did valium differ from Clonazepam? I appreciate any responses and guidance! thank you all so much ❤️

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    • Katsura

      342d

      @Katsura Sorry forgot to mention valium is called diazepam where I from !

    • KatieGB

      342d

      My personal experience is that clonazepam works the best for me out of the benzos. Also my consultant has told me that clonazepam is less addictive compared to other benzos.

    • Katsura

      342d

      Hiya, I am prescribed both, 0.5mg clonazepam around 25 a month and 2mg diazepam 15 a month. The only real difference I found is tolerance, after taking a diazepam for a few years at a low dose semi regularly, clonazepam seemed to work alot better, but I do think it was because it was new. Now I alternate between the two when I need too. I find that helpful because I can stay at a low dose of both and they work just as well for what I need. The only real way you'll know is by giving it a go though, medicine's work so different for everyone involved. I hope you find something that helps you!

      • Katsura

        342d

        @Katsura Sorry forgot to mention valium is called diazepam where I from !

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