Bromazepam 3mg Overdose

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Araiz Says:
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Hey, my sister has taken 10 pills of 3mg bromazepam containing pill Relaxin. I'm extremely worried because by thr time I came to know she had gone to sleep so I couldn't force her to vomit. I can't tell anyone at home neither can I take her to the hospital. Please tell me the side effects of this overdose.,.I just want to know that she's going to be fine :(

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Verwon Says:
 
Hello, Araiz! What happened? Is she okay?

I'm sorry, but when someone takes that many benzodiazepines, at once, no one is going to be able to just tell you that she's going to be okay.

It could put her life in danger and emergency medical help should be sought immediately. I know it's hard to tell your family, but it is necessary, when someone's life may be in danger.

Learn more Bromazepam details here.

While there are always people that are happy to help with information, if we can, there is no way for us to administer life saving measures over the internet.

Please post back and let me know how she is. Thank you!

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princess Mai Says:
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I felt extremely bad
I took about 6 -7 pills of calmepam 1.5mg..
Is it dangerous ? Do I need to gonna hospital ?

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Sam Says:
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My mother has taken 3 tablets of 3mg lexotinal.I am 12 years old and very worried she is drowsy please help me.

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Nat Says:
 
Hi, i just got off the phone with the center of poison control. I live in the USA, if you have any other adults in the house, you should alert them to this predicament your mother is in, if not, than call the paramedics, from what the lady on the phone said this can be pretty dangerous, and your mother, needs to be checked out!! Don't want to worry you but you did the right thing asking for help!

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Sheri Says:
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Hi I've taken 6 bromazepam n 4 mybulin should I be worried?

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mehedi Says:
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this is mehedi... I have taken 3 pill of xionil( bromazepam 3mg) is it damgerous..? I'm really worried. some one help plz.


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mah Says:
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I took 10 tab 3mg at a time What would happened I m v depressed so I do it I m married women I feel broken I don't want to live

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Mentally drained Says:
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I took 3 pills of 1.5 Lexilium. Should i be worried. I just really needed to sleep and have my brain switched off.

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afridi Says:
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Hey, i hv taken bromazepam 3mg ( 8 tablets ) in 3 days for the first time in my life. Nothing happen to me. How many more can i take to overcome my stress??

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Sharmila Says:
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Hey it's me sharmila I had taken 8 pills of lexitail is this dangerous? What I have to do?

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Samra Says:
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I had taken lexotanil 3 mg 10 tablets 3times but everytime i got medical aid n survive. My bp n glucose level was down i was unable to speak, i was not in my senses was in a deep sleep that i slept for 24 hours even after medical aid

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xxxtentacion Says:
 
you are fine. do not do this too often due to the many side effects benzodiazepines can have on your body. sorry to hear you are stressed

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