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... numb sensations in my arm. And I know that panic attacks cause tingling sensations because I've had them for a long time, but in this case I'd get the tingling sensation first and then start to panic. ... (0 replies)
Panic attacks
Sep 18, 2009
... dont want me to as very addictive,but im happy on them where as i know starting cipralex i will have all sorts of side affects.if i keep on at doctors to stay on lorazepam do you think they will eventually let me stay on lorazepam for good. ... (2 replies)
Lorazepam ??
Mar 14, 2005
... I feel really great when taking it. No dizzies, no anxiety or panic attacks either. The only thing I don't like about it is increased depression and lack of interest in everything I used to enjoy. ... (5 replies)

Sep 3, 2003
... Probably not a good idea to take one if im having a panic attack? ... (5 replies)
... s, but my doctor and I have always decided it is better for me to go back on it due to my anxiety. I have also used Xanax but find it is not as long lasting for panic attacks as Ativan is. Good luck to you whatever you do. ... (2 replies)
... I was taking 1 mg of lorazepam for panic attacks on an as-needed basis, and I found that they worked really well to calm me down and get me through the attack. (3 replies)
... Those medications wre not meant to stop and quit right away.The Doctor never prescribed lorazepam for me but I believe that all the Meds in that class are mild tranquilizer's. ... (3 replies)
... I was on Lorazepam for a very short period 'as needed' while I got on Zoloft for my panic attacks. ... (3 replies)
... well, i would say, if you wean off of the ativan and continue to experience a high level of anxiety and panic attacks, then go back on the ativan. There is no shame in that. ... (2 replies)
... zyprexa is also used for anxiety, panic attacks and depression, your dose of it is the usual max. ... (5 replies)
... ER to be checked out.Maybe it was a panic attack. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Pinkett, I was had panic disorder when I went to see my doctor, and she put me on Zoloft (similar to Paxil and Celexa). She did warn me that my condition would get worse for a while (as the SSRI's cause you to be anxious, nervous at first) but as time went on it would help my panic. Well, at first it was hard to believe her, I really did get worse the first two weeks,... (6 replies)
Lorazepam ??
Mar 15, 2005
... I take 2 to 4 mg's nightly if I get an attack coming on. My attacks usually come on in the evening hours for some reason. ... (5 replies)
... of panic I had,just the generalized anxiety. ... (8 replies)
... Ive been taking Xanax for years so I asked my doctor to change the medication because I feel like Ive developed a tolerance to Xanax ( I take 4mg a day for panic attacks and anxiety) So he switched me to Ativan and I have never felt more depressed in my life. It made me feel unusual and generally bad all around. I think Xanax really works for me and Im afraid Ill be... (0 replies)
... weeks. I've had anxiety and panic for ages but it's been just horrible lately and I really wanted to start keeping a diary and even share it with all of you to get some feedback. ... (12 replies)
... that goes for a while, and if it's not working enough then to go ahead and start taking it twice a day. I noticed immediate results with calming the anxiety and panic attacks. However, this started to wane and I eventually began taking it twice a day. ... (2 replies)
... lorazepam is a valium type med and many do manage their panic attacks using just these types of meds, addiction or dependance is rare. ... (1 replies)
Lorazepam question
Jun 18, 2007
... s if I had the chills. Once again no sign of infection was I followed up with my doctor and while I was waiting for her to see me, I had my very first panic attack at her office. ... (4 replies)
... There is an interaction between Atarax and alcohol, which shouldn't be a surprise considering that's when you have your problems. Alcohol can increase the effects (both intentional and side effects) of Atarax. It can cause in depression of your central nervous system, which may cause impairment of judgment, thinking, and motor skills. It's recommended not to drink or limit... (2 replies)

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