I'm very sorry that the Klonopin didn't help you. If you look at the post-marketing trials, they did indicate some nausea but it was statistically insignificant, which effectively means that it's possible but very unlikely that Klonopin could worsen your stomach problems. Well, by itself. Don't give up on the drug just yet. The loss of coordination and sedation are common side effects, but they typically go away.
Like others have said, I think the fact that you're not eating is just wreaking havoc all over your body. I normally would not suggest a bold move like this, but perhaps its time you went for some inpatient care. They can get rehydrate you and get you the nutrition that you need. After having fasted, basically, for so long, your digestive system is going to have to get used to eating again. It may be best to let professionals supervise.
I'm pretty sure you can overcome this. Lyn's been there herself and is a registered nurse. She knows a thing or two about
this...please take her advice seriously. If I were you I'd strongly consider the ER.
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