I've read more than one post about this subject.
I'm still not quite sure what it means.
Massive abdominal fat gain, subcutaneus fat or visceral fat ?
Did that go away after the withdrawal ? Knowing me, it's hard to imagine that it will just go away after I get off this drug. My life experience tells me that I'll have to lose virtually all body fat to get to the visceral fat. It's the last to come off. Minor exercise won't work anyway, high intensity exercise is just not doable without the clonazepam or a substitute. I'm male, btw, and technically underweight.
Does it refer to water retention ?
A bit depending on timing of dose and drinking water, my belly can almost be thin (not really) to HUGE. Muscle contractions, water ??
Of course, the fat doesn't help with bathroom issues.
Feel free to respond.
I'd do almost anything to get rid of it. When I lower my clonazepam dose I feel very miserable in my intestines, muscle spams and since it's so darn huge I definitely feel it ! No nausea, though.
Liposuction for visceral fat (intestines) may be possible in theory but that is only done in extreme cases because of the risk.
I'm not aware of any other approaches.
It's often said that 'spot reduction' is not possible. It's determined by genetics, hormones ?
Of course, the body practices its own 'spot reduction', since fat on the face is one of the first to go, and abdominal fat the last.
Any way to tweak that ?