You're right; this is a medical issue and it could be onethat can cause many problems. Even though you may not be able to get in to seeyour doctor today or over the weekend, I would suggest you put a call in tothat person and tell them about your current situation.
Even though you would like to get off this medication, youalready know that cold turkey isn't the way to go, so you do need some medicalassistance right now. Please call your doctor because even if that person isn'tthere, they will have a covering physician who should be able to offer someassistance to you.
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