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victan 2mg
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victan 2mg receita-se para que tipo de doença ? brigado ## Victan contém o ingrediente ativo Ehtyl Florazepate, este é um benzodiazepínico usado no tratamento da ansiedade e distúrbios nervosos. Os efeitos colaterais podem incluir: náusea, sonolência, irritabilidade e fadiga extrema. Mais detalhes: Você tem alguma dúvida? ## can you get high off victan 2mg medication ## im trying to find out... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Apr 19 '12, 4:02 AM
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small round beige in the plastic loflazepate de etile 2mg (I think - very small, hard to read) ## What you have posted sounds correct - the translation of active ingredients comes out to , brand name Victan. It is a benzodiazepine derivative, which possesses anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties. Another related drug is Valium, but it has a different active ingredient. Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## I have been on valium for over 30 years and after experiencing withdrawals on a vacation where I suffered terrible withdrawals, I started tapering the dose. After going half to 5mg for 4 mths I was suffering anxiety and used Gabapentin 300mg which really helped but could not reduce the valium to 2... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Valium.
Wed, Apr 17 '13, 1:46 PM
I Have Been Looking In The Mexican Market For Victan 2mg Disappeared From
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Victan 2mg is disappearing in the mexican market from where i get it as part of my set of medicinies and it always has helped me- now no pharmacy is carrying it- is there something wrong with the medicine or are they simply hiding it to raise prices- or are they changing laboratory owners? whats the matter? ## I'm sorry, but since it is a Mexican product and we are based in the U.S., I cannot answer those questions. Medications from other countries are not regulated as strictly as those in the U.S. and finding information on them is difficult. Have you tried asking someone at the pharmacies if they have any more information? Have you considered asking your doctor about trying a different medication in the same class? Victan contains Loflazepate, which is a Benzodiazepine and there a... ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Mon, Feb 07 '11, 2:20 PM
Victan natural supplement or drug
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I went to a " natural " doctor here in the US. He gave me some natural supplements such as Vitamin Bs and Bach Flowers for my anxiety. He also gave me Victan 2mg. He said Victan is not a drug and that it comes from Valerian Root. I just researched it and its a drug. Are his statements true or should he be reported for giving me a benzo without a psychiatric license? Im really upset because the point of seeing a natural practicioner is to get natural medicine.. ## Hello, Bobby! How are you? You are correct, Victan is considered a drug by the FDA and while someone doesn't have to be a psychiatrist to prescribe it, they are supposed to have a license to practice medicine. It is also warned that it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nau... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Thu, Feb 11 '16, 1:58 PM
Weight loss pills
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Victan 2mg peach color. sanofi winthrop indust. in france. ## I am not sure if Victan is used for weight loss. It is more closely related to Valium, which from what I understand, isn't for weight loss either. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Valium.
Tue, Mar 24 '09, 1:58 PM

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