Clonazepam: arbitrary dosage and sublingual administration
Hi, I've been on Clonazepam for almost 2 months now, but before that I took it on a regular basis, ~2 years ago, for about 1,5 years, as a support med for a SSRI antidepressant treatment.
Question is, I've been using it quite randomly, sometimes I take six 0,5 pills a day, and sometimes I only take two. On weekends I usually don't have any. Sometimes I take three pills on a row, just to get the buzz.
I suppose I'm starting to abuse on clonazepam? How threatening is that? On the last days it feels like a tolerance has developed, although from what I've read, tolerance is minimal with clonazepam.
And I've been trying sublingual administration, in order to bypass the gastrointestinal tract metabolism, loss of drug and to get a quicker effect. First I started with the proper 0,25 sublingual tablets, but now I'm doing it on the regular 0,5 oral pills. Is this method of any worth at all? Is it less harmful for the liver or any other organ in any way?
Thanks for the help in advance.
Last edited by Marengo; 08-07-2007 at 06:23 AM.