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My friend crushed up a 0.5 valium and put it oin her juice to help sleep.18 hours later she was in a car accident at the er they did bloodwork and told her it was clean,the accident was her fault there was no alcohol or illegal drugs in her system,would the valium or her prescription meds be on her med report from the hospital or would they have given her a specific test,or would the valium not be detected?like I said she crushed it up so the whole tablet didn't go in her drink and it was 18 hrs later,just wondering if the bloodwork they did includes prescription meds or if they just looked for alcohol or illegal drugs-her mom gave her the valium_the er did bloodwork-will that be in her results-what does clean bloodwork mean? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Valium.
Sun, Aug 11 '13, 5:12 PM
valium pilss used intravenous
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can valium pilss be used to shoot up ## Well I supposed the could, nowadays addicts will crush, dissolve and shoot up almost anything, but it is not advisable. These pills contain fillers and binders, they are inactive ingredients and many of them are not intended to be used by the human body. That is why on a lot of pills, you see the warnings about seeing an empty shell of the pill in your bodily waste. The active medication has been used, but your body naturally expels the inactives and binders. However, if you crush these pills and try to snort or shoot them up, you are directly placing these ingredients into your sinuses, lungs, or blood vessels/vains. This can result in serious harm to yourself, including severe blockages. ## not to mention that it is against the law to take medic... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Valium.
Wed, Jun 14 '06, 4:11 AM
pills that can be used intravenous
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valium ## You cannot just crush pills and use them intraveneously. It just doesn't work that way. I wish people would stop asking if they can shoot up some of these drugs. They obviously were not made to do this. Some of the IV meds have a different concentration than the oral pills. Please do not do something stupid and think that 1mg of oral valium is equivalent to 1mg of crushed and shot up valium, and then shoot the stuff up. You have to remember that the pills have lots of other ingredients that were not meant to be shot into our bodies. Please get help! ## I second the get help motion, I do not feel like typing out and reposting all the stuff I have said before about shooting up or snorting pills, so I will just leave it to what nenene said, and say it is very, very dangerous.... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Valium.
Sat, Jun 17 '06, 6:21 PM
would a doctor prescribe norco to be snorted
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My husband tells me he has bad ulcers and his pills are not getting in his system because of holes. I wanted to know if his doctor would prescribe him to crush and snort 4 Norcos a day, but swallow his xanax, flexeril, and valium? ## No he's abusing his medication. if he said that to you he's definitely lying. doctors cant prescribe anything to be insufflated. he probably has an addition. i advise you talk to him before it gets worse. im personally an addict ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Nov 03 '14, 10:25 PM
diazepam MSJ
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small blue tablet with msj on 1 side and line on the other side ## i have found some small round blue tablets with mjs on them in my grand-daughters bedroom can you anyone tell me what they are for ## I cannot find anything on this, are you quite certain of the imprint? ## sorry the small blue pills have msj on them not mjs that i found ## The small blue MJS pills are generic 10mg diazepam (valium) it is a benzodiazapine so I would talk with her ## i got some diazepam with msj on them can someone tell me if they actually r diazepam as i dont seem 2 feel them like the english dark bule ones. have i been given the right medication? ## sarnie who found small blue tablets are valium and very dangerous ,especially if she got them of someone in the street cos the street ones r usually crushed... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diazepam.
Sun, Sep 20 '15, 1:04 PM
blue round pill with ez 10
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BOUGHT A FEW BLUE PILLS I THOUGHT WERE VALLIUM,,,ITS A BLUE PILL WITH EZ SCORELINE AND 10 ON IT CAN ANYONE TELL MR=E WHAT THEY ARE..IF YOU TAKE A FEW UR DIPPING OUT ALL THE TIME,,,, ## Hi Scott, Based on the description provided, the closest match I could find is an oval blue pill marked with "E" on one side, a score down the middle, and a "10" on the right side of the score line. This particular pill is identified as Levetiracetam 250 mg; which is an anticonvulsant that works by decreasing abnormal excitement in the brain. It is manufactured by Aurobindo Pharma and has a National Drug Code of 65862-0245. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Levetiracetam Details Does this sound like a viable match? ## Fake valium so has many bad crushed up pills in ...
Updated 3 years ago in Levetiracetam.
Sun, Mar 02 '14, 7:13 PM
Wellbutrin HCL 150mg SA VA Product
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VA doc has me on 2xwellbutrin hcl 150mg SA (VA Product)tabs a day - been on for 20 days. Side effects are kicking my butt. He said I can quit by taking 1 tab in the morning for 3 days and then just quitting - sounds 'cold turkey' to me. He also agreed that if I wanted to I could cut my dose back to a single tab in the AM. I see him again on June 9. Am I correct that 'SA' tabs cannot be divided? If I was going taper it seems that would be the way to go but I've read you not supposed to divide them. PERIOD! Also taking 2-1/2 5mg Valium tabs daily - will be dropping back to 2 a day in about 10 days ## Hello, Skip! How are you? That is correct, you cannot cut, crush or chew time released medications, because that could result in overdose from your getting too much of the... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Wellbutrin.
Thu, May 14 '15, 4:07 PM

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