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... Has his doctor prescribed Valium to help with the anxiety? ... (3 replies)
... agroaphobia. I have had this for two years. I have been seeing doctors and on Prozac 80mgs per day and Valium 6 10mgs per day. Apparently, my liver processess my meds to fast and I don't get the same time frame of relief. ... (10 replies)
... has allready gone through the worst of it. There really is no point in going back on it to do a taper off of it again. One of the benzo's like ativan or Xanax or valium will help relieve some of the symptoms. However when used long term they can be even harder to discontinue. ... (6 replies)

Help Shoreline!!!!
Jan 27, 2005
... l them you are extremelty ill, describe every symptom in great detail. The can either rework yorur taper in which an initial loading dose would eliminate all the withdrawal or supply you with adjunct meds. ... (15 replies)
... anxiety. Medicines like klonopin or valium help anxiety for me but they also make me feel sad as a side effect. ... (3 replies)
... quality. That's something we will never really know. Were all so different and I have seen a perfect example in my wife compared to me. She was taking 40 mgs of valium a day for sevre TMJ for almost 4 months, she stopped oober a 5 day period and experienced no symptoms of withdrawal what soever. ... (21 replies)
... I took Valium for years as a sleeping pill and had no idea that I was addicted to it until I tried to stop taking it. I did go through withdrawal. ... (7 replies)
... used PRN, thats all. i DO agree that a smaller amount of temp valium could also help with the kicks there too, but depending upon YOUR overall severity. you just also 'may' require some type of muscle relaxer besides the benzos too, depending. ... (17 replies)
... hours. Similar to Valium with a exceptionally long half life beyond 24 hours. They don't dose that once a day because it's not effective for the same reasons. ... (11 replies)
... The withdrawal from oxy comes on pretty fast in my experience. ... (15 replies)
... Hi everyone, I am new to this board but hope you guys can help me with my huge problem. ... (5 replies)
... i'm going to go to bed and hide under the covers until this is all over. My poodles keep looking at me like I've gone wacko. i've been stressed and she gave me valium 5mg for the first time to sleep, do you think i't s ok to take one tonight with my reaction to oxycontin this way? ... (4 replies)
... policyname" without quotes works for me. Then I know what criteria need to be met for a prior auth for a med to be covered, etc. If you can get more info it may help you to know how to proceed. ... (5 replies)
... I know folks that are knocked out by a half a felexeril and others that have similar sedating effects from soma. Personally I think it's the next best thing to Valium for spasm. Some meds are for spasm, some meds are for muscle spasticity. ... (1 replies)
... mgs per day for up to 6 months and then tapered off in about a week with no withdrawal or unpleasant side effects. ... (11 replies)
... n an alpha 2 adrenergic agonist called clonidine or as it it better known, Catapres, which is an older type high blood pressure medication that has been shown to help with withdrawal symptoms and even stage fright! ... (9 replies)
Sep 19, 2004
... ly depends on why your taking it as to the effects that you may feel deminish. Say if your taking it for restless leg syndrome, It may not make you as sleepy and help as a sleep aid but the effects on restless leg will usually remain after you become acomadated to the side efects such as drowsiness. ... (2 replies)
... and two valium yesterday. ... (14 replies)
... antagonist can induce withdrawal in an opiate dependent patient. ... (6 replies)
Talwin Injections!
Dec 20, 2005
... antagonist. It took about 5 minutes to through me into the most severe withdrawal I can imagine. It purged all the opiate receptors which isn't a good thing to induce severe withdrawal while in CICU. ... (3 replies)

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