Hi, I'd like to help you with your question.
It sounds like you may need to switch doctors. According to the drug manufacturer, suddenly discontinuing Klonopin can cause convulsions, behavioral changes, tremors, muscle cramps, and other severe symptoms. This is if you are on a high dosage and abruptly discontinue the medication. If you are on a lower dose, withdrawal symptoms include insomnia and dysphoria, which can be best described as unhappiness or deep sadness.
Whenever anyone wants to stop taking Klonopin, closely supervised withdrawal with gradual tapering is the best option. To suddenly stop the medication can bring on a very strong reaction. Each person must develop a withdrawal schedule with their doctor tailored to their individual needs. This is because each person's body chemistry is different and so no global withdrawal works for everyone.
I hope this has helped you,Kate
That sounds like a good plan. I would still talk to your doctor to be sure you are safe with this plan, just to be sure. You want supervision in case you start to feel worse or develop symptoms.