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    Getting Depression and Anxiety under control
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    angelamarie54 posted:
    I have been on Prozac for about 3-4 years now. Klonopin was added because of increased anxiety. Been on Klonopin- which was working, BTW, for years as well. Now experiencing anxiety which Klonopin only helps for about 2-3 hours and then I need to take more. Tried Gabitril- dizziness. How do you get the right balance of meds? It seems like it was controlled for a few years... now it is not. I have a Psychiatrist who prescribes for me....but everything seems like an ongoing experiment with no end in sight for relief and to live a normal life! I am so frustrated.
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