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Clonazepam IP 0.25mg

is "clonazepam ip 0.25mg" tablet works as sleeping pill? what actually it is? what are the effects after overdose? what is the dangerous limit of dosage of clonazepam on human being? what actually it works? is overdose causes death? if yes then what dose cause death? ## Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It can cause drowsiness and sedation, so it is sometimes used to treat sleep issues in people who haven't responded to other alternative options. This medication may also be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Clonazepam details here. Yes an overdose could be fatal, but there is no set amount that I can tell you would cause it, because it ca... ...

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Clonazepam light headedness

My pain mgt. doctor prescribed this med. to me for the muscle spasms I have with both MS and CRPS. I am on some other meds that I do well with even though they are narcotic- When I take Clonazepam it relieves the muscle spasms better than anything but this med makes me spacey and very sleepy. Does anyone else have the same affect from this? ## Yes my neurologist, prescibed for me to stop these tremors in my arm/hand which he calls dystonia. i would like to know if this will be of help maybe even a cure for my arm /hand shaking/dystonia if not could you give me some alternatives to different medicines that would help me with this problem sincerely j. ## I have taken clonazepam for GAD and to combat some the side effects from withdrawal from Suboxone. This medication can make anyone very ... ...

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do seroquel clonazepam and phenobarbital come in liquid form

I have had serious difficulty swallowing my meds for 2 years+. I have had to crush and put in water, chew or not take at all. In doing so, My throat is constantly sore and inflamed.My meds get stuck every time when I don't, and have even gotten into my nasal cavities somehow during trying to swallow. I am seriously at my wits end, please help! ## Most medications are available in liquid form, since many people have trouble swallowing tablets. Not all, but the FDA does have some they've approved, so it is always worth asking your doctor for alternative dosage forms. As to your throat being sore and inflamed, if you have dissolved the tablets, you may need to take something to prevent the acidity that they can cause, such as an antacid. So, that's another option you can ask yo... ...

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clonazepam and propranolol hydrochloride

I've been taking these medications for the last 4 years, 2 tablets per day. Lately I've been using 3 tablets per day as it is most useful for me to reduce the depression and anxiety. If this can cause side effects what is another alternative I could use? ## Both medications can help and depending on several factors, exacerbate anxiety and depression. If it were me I would get off both of these and possibly get on a single antidepressant if it is depressiont you are having issues with. It's important to ask this and any questions regarding prescribed medications TO THE PERSON THAT PRESCRIBED the medications. People here only know what you've written in a couple lines. Whereas the prescribing person should know much more indeed. Unless you are using the propranolol for sta... ...

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93 833 ## The round lime green pill with 93 833 is Clonazepam 1 mg. To read more about this medication please see the page for . ## My wife, an RN has had trouble sleeping and began taking 1 MG of clodipin nightly to sleep. I am very concerned about dependence and withdrawal. I think she is having memory loss issues and other side effects. Can you offer some guidence? alternative therapies? withdrawal guidelines? ...

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Insomnia. Taking meds but can't sleep this week.

I take 1mg Clonazepam. 50mg trazodone for insomnia around 11pm.....10 mg singulair and 60 units Lantus at 9pm. This is pretty much my usual schedule. I've had around 5 or hrs of sleep this week. What maybe the problem? ## Hello, Dee! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. How long have you been taking these doses? You may have developed tolerance to them, if you've been on them for awhile. Alternatively, you may be more stressed than usual, or you may have changed something in your diet that is causing it. The Singular could also be a culprit. Have you changed the time you take it, or the dose recently? The FDA classifies Clonazepam as a benzodiazepine, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness,... ...

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round yellow pill line in middle on other side 93/832 ## My doctor put me on colazapan for anxiety and it does not work. I shake inside (still) and it also makes me very sad..... ## The correct drug name is Clonazepam. If it isn't working then your best bet is to talk to your doctor and discuss alternative treatments. Have you spoken to your doctor, yet? ...

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Is Mylan Lorazepam Discontinued?

My pharmacy told me that they can't buy mylan any more and they do not know if it is discontinued or not. Since Qualitest lorazepam was discontinued, Mylan is the only lorazepam that works (less effective than Qualitest) but works with less side effects than others (Watson, leading pharma, actavis: don't work causing serious side effects). Any alternatives, or another generic lorazepam that works ok? Lorazepam is the only sedative that works for me for anxiety and stiffness due to side effects of levothyroxine. Other medicine such as clonazepam, alprazolam (xanax), cymbalta, zoloft, lexapro, etc do not work. ## I don't know about lorazepam being discontinued but I was told by two representatives the they are discontinuing clonazepam and I'm devastated. Mylan is the only ... ...

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If you take two teva 834 how long will it last until your better and normal ## No one can really honestly tell you how this drug is going to effect you, as they are not you. Not even "you" know how it's going to effect you until you take it. Medications can affect everyone differently, whereas some people get great results, but there are others that it inevitably just doesn't work for no matter how many they take. Unfortunately when it comes to prescription drugs, the only to find out is to try it for yourself and decide after a few days to a week or so if this drug is really right for you. There are many alternative medications for the conditions that Clonazepam treats. So if it doesn't work out there's always something else to turn to; whether it's another ... ...

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