Onfi (clobazam) FAQ
Onfi is a trade name for the drug clobazam, a benzodiazepine. You may have been prescribed Onfi if you suffer from acute symptoms due to epilepsy. If you find it difficult to stop taking Onfi, or if you’ve been taking Onfi in ways other than directed, you may be dependent. To learn more about Onfi and addiction, click on some of the commonly asked questions below.
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