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sleeping pill ## i am using chlorazepam for one of my seizure meds. I am epileptic.I understand that this drug is only a sleeping pill. ## Is chlorazepam used as a sleeping pill or is it an epileptic medication to. i take it but believe it does nothing for me. ## There are two possible drugs that these posts may be referring to, the first is Clorazepate and the other is Clonazepam, both of which have very commonly misunderstood names. Both are considered 'classical' Benzodiazepines, which means they are closely related and mainly treat the same conditions. That said, yes they can both also treat seizure disorders, though they generally aren't the first choice to use for them. You can learn more Clorazepate details here and more Clonazepam details here. Do either of these see... ...
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Mon, Feb 25 '13, 1:51 PM
chlorazepam 25 mg
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Would Fentanyl 25 mg, celebrex, and 1 mg of Klonopin have an unpleasant interaction? Like extreme irritability? Verbal hostility? ## I would ask your pharmacist before combining the fent with klonopin. There are a lot of lawsuits regarding the fent because some of them are defective causing the patient to receive too much of the medication too fast. Be careful with that combo. ## I think Leigh covered those concerns very well, so as to possible interactions, I'd just like to add that combining the Fentanyl and Clonazepam increases the sedative like effects of both, which can be problematic for some people, so they should be carefully monitored. And as to what may cause such irritability and aggressiveness, there is a very good chance that it was due to the Clonazepam. It is a Benzod... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Fentanyl.
Sat, Feb 23 '13, 11:02 AM
chlorazepamstructure
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structure of chlorazepam ## I would like to know what chlorazepam would be used for in a mental and physical rehab. clinic be used for? ## Please submit some information on the use of chlorazapet in a medical rehab. unit ...
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Thu, Aug 12 '10, 6:16 AM


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