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My 84 year old mother in law has used this drug for MANY years. She says to calm her and just want to know more about it-side effects, addictive effects, etc. She also takes ambien religiously. Can you advise? Driving? etc. ## I'm sorry but the closest match I could find to Razipan was Lorazepam. Is this what you were referring to? Lorazepam has relatively potent anxiolytic effects and its best known indication is the short-term management of severe chronic anxiety. This would explain why she takes it to feel calm. Regarding side effects and other general information, you can learn more here: Lorazepam Details As far as Ambien goes, my findings state that there are potentially unsafe interactions between this and Lorazepam. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of: &#... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ambien.
Mon, Jan 28 '13, 8:17 PM
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