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PMAG does not provide individual advice or respond to individual requests for assistance with discontinuation of psychiatric medications or other related issues.
We strongly recommend that people consult a physician who is informed about the risks of psychiatric drugs and drug withdrawal.
Those who cannot find a physician to assist them are advised to contact the nearest provincial or state mental health & addictions service — or the local Health department — and request a referral to a physician or counsellor who is very familiar with slow methods of tapering off prescription drugs (such as the Ashton protocol).
Doing so raises awareness in the health care system about the urgent need for appropriate assistance and support for prescription drug issues.
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