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What to tell your doctor if you will take equanil

It is important to tell your doctor if you have: 1. a history of drug or alcohol abuse. 2. porphyria, 3.epilepsy 4. liver disease, 5. kidney disease. What other things do you need to tell your doctor? ## Though equanil has been prescribed to treat anxiety disorders, it is important to find relaxation techniques that will help ease anxiety. If you want to get rid of anxiety problems, it has to start from within. ## In addition, you also have to accept the fact that you need help so that you can start the road to recovery. ## Before taking any drug, it is important to let your doctor know about your medical history and your addictive tendencies. ## I haven’t read anything from anyone saying they have an addiction.. Are you saying anyone who takes this medication is an addict? That...

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Round White Pill Blank On One Side The Other Has A Line And Number 1

What is it..round white pill blank on one side and a 1 over a horizontal line on the other ## Hello, The closest match I can find is Equanil (Meprobamate) (400 mg). Meprobamate is licensed for the short-term relief of anxiety. Learn More: Meprobamate Details Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Blank On One Side The Other Has A Line And Number 1

What is it..round white pill blank on one side and a 1 over a horizontal line on the other ## A tablet matching this description is listed as being a 400mg Equanil tablet, which contains the active ingredient Meprobamate and is used to treat anxiety. Learn more Meprobamate details here. Where did you find it?

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