Re: traveling agoraphobic
I'm not sure how exactly to answer your question. I would assume that the fatigue, as I believe someone else stated, is being caused by the Klonopin. Also, having the exact same issues as you stated, I know that I sometimes experience extreme fatigue just because I have been so stressed. I have been taking Zoloft for a few years now, and I havent had the problems on it that I have heard many other people complain of, such as sexual side effects. However, I don't feel that the medication has been extremely beneficial to me either. For over a year, I was taking 50 mg a day, and within the past year I switched to 75 mg. I was reading your post and saw that you said that you felt more comfortable driving outside of your town and such when you were on the appropriate medication. I'm just 20 years old right now and had always wanted to move away to a bigger city but my panic attacks/agoraphobia have held me back. I'm hoping to graduate within this next year and have graduate school to think of so I really want to get some help with my fear of travel and my fear of being away from home. Maybe it helps to know that there are other people out there who have the same problems!