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... They did not do a blood test. Just the breath test. I had valium in my system. I even had some in my purse but for some reason they didnt check my purse. I dont know why they didnt check my purse. ... (27 replies)
... like I had taken 500 hits of speed. I didn't sleep for two weeks, lost 10 pounds and felt like I was totally going out of my mind. My doctor put me on 10 mg of valium daily. ... (5 replies)
... And I think this part is right. Even though I was on opiates for 15months, I was taking it enough that it would change how the valium was working. Getting off the opiates has made adjusting to the valium just a bit trickier. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks Oxygirl! The time for me is now. So muh of this is mental because even though I am on it now, I am already getting anxiety about tommorow. ... (45 replies)
... so I am good for a few hours of being wide awake! Do you have some valium to take to get you through some of the irritability and sleeplessness? ... (22 replies)
No Jail time
May 15, 2005
... t yes, my urine did come up positive for benzos twice when I reported to my case worker. I've dropped a few more times since then and have no more of the benzos in my system. ... (24 replies)
... contains Butalbital, which is a barbiturate. If you've been taking the drug for a prolonged period of time, quitting cold turkey can be very dangerous and result in seizures. However, any drug that has been in your system for fewer than ten days is okay to just quit. ... (3 replies)
... Also, perhaps the Valium feels weird cause u are use to the effects of it mixed with other pills? ... (4 replies)
... I am more hyper than normal and have muscle tightness. Valium can take a long time to clear the system plus it can leave behind remnants of the chemical alterations it has made. Recovery may take a while but one thing is sure, this is it. ... (16 replies)
... d from hydro in a desperate attept to clear my system and that night goes down in history as the worst night of my life. When it is taken , it puts you in automatic withdrawals that are 10 times any I have ever known. ... (2 replies)
... They are examples of hope that you to can come to a better place in your life with out the use of drugs or alcohol. ... (16 replies)
... they held me all the way through the day. I did that for about 3 or 4 days then quit. Like I said, I had 2 days of horrible anxiety, but if you have any xanax or valium it will take the edge off enough to function. ... (5 replies)
... I've never posted in this section of the healthboards but I read it daily. Your post caught my attention because it sounded like what happened to me many years ago. ... (10 replies)
... Cold turkeying off of Valiums or any benzodiazepine is not wise. Ask any pharmacist. Been there, done that. These are psychoactive drugs that linger in the system for a very long time. Unlike opiate or cociane addicts and alcoholics, chances are not good that you will be up and running in week. ... (9 replies)
... s potency equivalency chart, but in each instance one pill delivers the same, though the Valium has more metabolites and exits the system slower. But alcohol is just simply that, blended or not blended in whatever. ... (33 replies)
... So if I understand what you are saying Valium and Xanax stay in your system for the same amount of time? ... (27 replies)
... hat rehab is the answer unless there is no way you have the discipline to taper. Apparently you do, seeing you have cut to 2 mgs of Xanax a day and stayed there. In a word, forget these doctors you are currently dealing with. ... (23 replies)
... How long will that stay in your system? ... (27 replies)
... ng, the frightening intensity of the almost physical waves of the depression and the incredible anxiety, just taking over me, so that all I could do was just lie in bed trying to survive their intensity. ... (27 replies)
... benzodiazapam, or whatever. that is the valium. it is in the benzo family and some call it the pam family. when it is listed on generic bottles if it ends with a pam and it is in the benzo family. ... (27 replies)




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