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If you have certain types of seizures or panic disorder, a healthcare provider may prescribe clonazepam (Klonopin®). The medication belongs to a group of medications called benzodiazepines and has a calming effect on the body by affecting a certain chemical in the brain. Clonazepam comes in the form of a tablet (or as an orally disintegrating tablet) that is usually taken two or three times a day. While most people tolerate this drug well, side effects can occur with clonazepam, including drowsiness, coordination problems, and behavior problems. Before your healthcare provider prescribes clonazepam, he or she will consider several factors, such as other medical conditions you have and other medications you may be taking.
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