PMS may exacerbate mood fluctuations but not necessarily , but it may not tamper with other symptoms though. The less you think about linking it with withdrawal symptoms, the easier it will be for you to tolerate it.
No, the withdrawal symptoms are unlikely to get any more severe or distressing than they are at the moment, so do not think too much into it and just believe that it is going to pass on as it is just a phase, this will reassure you and give you strength to to overcome the ordeal, you got to understand that the withdrawal will last for a certain period of time related to the time the body will take to wean off the entire klonopin from the system, so now that you are half way through , just hang in there and wait patiently for the rest of it to pass by.
The current weaning schedule is top notch as is approved by other two psychiatrists, going further slower than what it is right now shall not add any leverage or relief from the symptoms, so stay put on this weekly reduction of 0.25 mg, however, I will like to mention that once you have come down to 0.25 mg dose , you got to take half of it for 1 week and then the same half of 0.25 mg every alternate day X 10 days and then once in every 3 days X 10 days and then stop the drug completely.
So you may be able to understand it better as mentioned below.
0.25 mg once a day X 1 week.
Then 0.125 mg once a day X 1 week.
Then 0.125 mg every alternate day X 10 days.
Then 0.125 mg once in every 3 days X 10 days.
Then stop the drug completely.
I hope this helps.
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