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 Ativan Lorazepam
Lorazepam, sold under the brand name Ativan among others, is a benzodiazepine medication.[2] It is used to treat anxiety disorders, trouble sleeping, active seizures including status epilepticus, alcohol withdrawal, and chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting, as well as for surgery to interfere with memory formation and to sedate those who are being mechanically ventilated.[2][6] While it can be used for severe agitation, midazolam is usually preferred.[2] It is also used, along with other ...
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## im concerned in my girlfriends ongoing use of ativan/lorapazim ...
Updated 12 years ago in Ativan.
Thu, May 26 '05, 12:56 AM
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2mg.4mg per day and 4 mg at sleep ## Does anyone take the same dose than me?Do you have any side effects? ## who the hell are you? ## did you mean Ativan instead of Ativant? ## Ativan contains the active ingredient Lorazepam, this is a benzodiazepine, primarily used to treat nerve and anxiety disorders. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, weakness and dizziness. You can read more about this medication here: I have never used this medication, but side effects vary from person to person, so will experience many of them and some will not experience any, it is just the nature of drugs. Is there any other questions I can help you with? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Ativan.
Wed, Jul 01 '09, 6:46 PM
ativan 1mg
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little white pill persribed for nerves ## I am taking a half of a 1 mg Ativan pill for sleeping. Can this small amount become addictive? ## Ativan contains the active ingredient Lorazepam, this is a Benzodiazepine and these can be highly addictive. However, if you are using it as prescribed, then what you are really going to have to deal with is dependence, rather than addiction. Dependence occurs when your body becomes used to and reliant upon some substance. This can happen with anything you ingest regularly, even a routine morning cup of orange juice. If you stop ingesting it, suddenly, they you will experience some withdrawal symptoms, but nothing as severe as if you were abusing the medication. Some of this medications most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ativan.
Tue, Dec 23 '14, 8:40 AM
Ativan 2 Mg
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If I have been taking Ativan 2mg 4 times per day for 8 years and it is obviously lost it's affectiveness, would changing to Xanax 2mg 4 times a day be the next step? Valium does not help at all. (Take Ativan for PTSD) I've worked in the medical field for 20 years and was not aware that Xanax came in a 2mg pill......seems like a lot!) ## No, it probably wouldn't make a difference, there is no dose conversion between the Lorazepam in the Ativan and the Alprazolam in the Xanax, they are considered equivalent to each other. There is, however, a 3mg extended release Xanax available. From other posts that have been made here, it seems that a lot of people that have grown tolerant to their current dosage have had success switching to the extended release. Some in the same dosage an... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Ativan.
Thu, Aug 17 '17, 9:19 AM
1 mg ativan
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I AMA having a very painful procedure today can I take 3 or 4 ativan just before to help me though it. I'm 65 and mostly healthy ## Very dangerous. You should NEVER take 3 or 4 under any circumstances! ## Hello I am having knee surgery in a few days. Is it ok to take my Ativan prior to surgery? If so how much is safe. I normally take 2 mg twice a day... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ativan.
Sat, Mar 12 '16, 6:22 PM
ativan 05mg
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how strong is a ativan 0.5mg and what is for nreve or what ## Information I was able to gather states that Ativan is a powerful anxiolytic with a relatively high addictive potential. Ativan has all five intrinsic benzodiazepine effects: anxiolytic, amnesic, sedative/hypnotic, anticonvulsant and muscle relaxant For more information about Ativan, please follow the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Ativan.
Wed, Aug 05 '09, 12:41 PM
Ativan Pill
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My friend was released from detox hospital. And stil has problems sleeping due to anxiety. Beth 602{edited for privacy} ## Hi bertha, Sorry to hear about what's going on with your friend's anxiety. The medication your inquiring about called Ativan (Lorazepam) is in fact used to relieve anxiety. It works by slowing activity in the brain to allow for relaxation. I don't know what types of reviews are out there for this medication, but I'd probably suggest playing it safe and going the natural route. Reason being is that this drug is addictive and based on your description, it sounds to me like your friend may still be recovering from addictive medications. Another trip to detox hospital doesn't seem like it would be in his or her best interest. Has your friend consider... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ativan.
Tue, Nov 27 '12, 8:14 PM
ativan wyeth
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round, yellow with a line on one side and wyeth on the other ## ...
Updated 9 years ago in Ativan.
Thu, May 29 '08, 7:57 AM
Sandoz Ativan
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I switched pharmacies and was given Sandoz Ativan, I have been having a terrible time- it is like it is creating more anxiety. I switched back to my old pharmacy and am counting the days until I get back to the Milan manufacturer. It has been a horrid 2 weeks. Melatonin helps a great deal with sleep. I started off with Milan and had been on that for 2 years with no problems, I wonder if your body resists another generic brand and you have to adjust. All I know if Milan is what I need and I always get the same manufacturers for all my meds since 12 years ago from CVS- they are very consistent. Be very careful if you switch pharmacies, I learned that all generics are NOT THE SAME. ## Just found this out: Purepac/Activis was bought out by Watson in 2012. In October the FTC made Watson/Pure... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Lorazepam.
Tue, Sep 12 '17, 3:28 PM
ativan picture
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I have some very small pills marked 57 on one side and on the other side a greek fish symbol with a line underneath it facing downward. Are these lorazapam? ## swall round white pill with an R on one side and the number 57 on the other side ## Yes, this tablet contains 0.5mgs of Lorazepam, it is a generic for Ativan, this is a benzodiazepine that's most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. This medication has the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Lorazepam details here. Are there any comments or questions? Is there anything I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ativan.
Fri, May 17 '13, 6:16 PM
Ativan Vs Xanax
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If Xanax and Ativan are both benzodiazapines, why did the Ativan work to relieve anxiety without causing depression but the Xanax didn't? ## It really depends on the person and how your body reacts to it. Just as an example, I'm fine with a low dose .5mg of Ativan, but if I take anything higher it makes me depressed and I feel very groggy for several days afterwards. However, there are other people that use it just fine without any problems. You really just have to figure out what works for you. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Thank you for the information. It was helpful. How long have you taken Ativan? I also experienced the mild depression when I took a bit extra. I hate drugs and don't have an addictive nature. However, I am a little afraid of getting off a... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Ativan.
Sun, Apr 23 '17, 6:07 AM
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tablet has 1.0 on one side and a little man on the other...any ideas ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ativan.
Wed, Feb 04 '15, 5:23 AM
Ativan and Norco
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If I take 0.5 mgs of Ativan every night before bed, is it safe to take 5/325 hydrocodone-acetaminophen when I get my tooth pulled out? I'm scared I'll have breathing problems. ## Is the dentist and your doctor aware that you will be taking both? They do tend to cause depression of the central nervous system, according to FDA reports, so yes, there is a risk of your experiencing shallow breathing, lowered heart rate, and lowered blood pressure. It really depends on what is safe for you, and only a physician can advise you on that. If you are very sensitive to medications, it might be best for you to stop the Ativan, while taking the Norco. Have you had the tooth pulled, yet? If so, how are you doing? ...
Updated 3 months ago in Ativan.
Wed, Nov 22 '17, 11:24 PM
Ativan problems
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I've been on 1mg Ativan for at least 15 years that I take at night before bed. I tried to quit a couple of years ago and ended up in the doctors office 2 days later only to learn I can't just stop taking it. I'm just thankful I didn't take 3 a day as prescribed. What is the best way to stop taking this medication? ## Check out the Ashton manual. Unfortunately benzodiazepines surprise patients with how difficult they can be to withdraw and most prescribers don't give informed consent. Good luck. ## Usually you have to do a very gradual taper to safely stop taking this class of medications. Your doctor should be able to help you set up a safe tapering schedule for you. But do not try stopping it cold turkey, again, as that can create the risk of dangerous seizures, acc... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Ativan.
Fri, Sep 29 '17, 4:16 PM
Ativan tapering
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Just wondering the best way to taper off Ativan. I have been on Ativan for 3weeks now, was put on for anxiety 1mg. 4x a day. My doctor told me to take this much for a week and then taper to 1mg 3x a day the next week and that is when I would see him again. Well I did what he told me to do and the first week it really helped me and then I cut it down to 3 a day but by the 3rd day of tapering down to 3 A day I started feeling a little shaky and a bit Anxious. I saw my doctor 2days after this and was really quite emotional. He stated he was hoping that this would take care of my anxiety and that I could start tapering but it did not look like that was going to happen. He put me on lexapro and I have now been on this for a week and still taking Ativan per my doctor until lexapro kicks in. I... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ativan.
Thu, Jun 25 '15, 1:54 PM
1 mg ativan split
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1 mg Ativan IS OK TO SPLIT THE PILL CONCERNED ABOUT THE RAW EDGE BURNING MY STOMACH OR STOMACH LINING? IS IT SAFE TO SPLIT 1MG ATIVAN? ## Hello, Doodle! How are you? According to the FDA information, Ativan tablets are regular release formulations, so cutting or breaking one is safe to do, as long as your doctor approves. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Do you regularly have stomach problems? This medication isn't known to be very harsh on the stomach, but they can all irritate to some degree, whether cut or left intact. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ativan.
Sat, Dec 27 '14, 4:02 PM
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Jan 1st, I had a severe drug reaction in Las Vegas, had to go to the ER. The ER doc gave me Ativan IV. Then he sent me home on Ativan 1 mg, I was wondering when the pain would stop, also taking Cymbalta, Celexa, Darvocet, Tramadol, I started taking a half of Ativan 1mg a day, Ativan 1 mg before bedtime with my Cymbalta and I have been sleeping like a baby. It has controlled all my back pain and nerve pain down both legs and in both knee's. I am feeling good enought to take on the world. Try the Ativan with Cymbalta. It is a God's Blessing Thank you, Cinderella ## Taking the Cymbalt at bedtime with the Ativan does not keep y ou awake? They prescribed Trazadon for my sleep and told me to take Cymbalta in the a.m. boy, I am messed up but good. thanks ...
Updated 9 years ago in Cymbalta.
Thu, May 08 '08, 7:11 PM
Ativan and bp meds
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can you take adivan and high blood pressure medicine together ## Well, it would depend on the specific blood pressure medications you are taking. There are far too many available for me to be able to check all of them. However, I can take it with the ones I am on. If you can post back with the specific blood pressure medications you are taking, I will gladly check for you. Can you please post back with this additional information? ## Yes, definitely. I have a history of very high blood pressure and anxiety disorder and I take 1mg ativan in the morning and 1mg ativan at night with 4 different blood pressure pills during the day. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ativan.
Wed, Apr 11 '12, 5:46 PM
Ativan withdrawl
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Here is my story been on ativan since December was taking it to help with chemotheraphy nasuea and vomiting was taking .50 every six hours I was able to get off it right away with no.withdrawl first to rounds but then went really diffcult week and was taking it twice a day at night about every 7 hours no problem then it was time for my chemo treatments so went back to .50 every six hours for about 6 days tried to get of cold turkey but now I am addicted was having withdrawyl symptoms shaky weird thoughts weird dreams just not feeling myself I am know taking .50 every 8 hours how long till I feel stable again and just not sure best time to try this may have to go back up to 2mg daily still have one hard chemo to go but doctor only gave me 90 pills for the month I just need some guidance ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ativan.
Fri, Aug 05 '16, 2:02 AM

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