What Is The Active Ingredient In Valium

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Valium Ingredients

WHAT ARE THE BASIC INGREDIENTS IN THE DRUG 'VALIUM'? ## WHAT ARE THE BASIC INGREDIENTS USED TO MAKE THE DRUG KNOWN AS VALIUM? ## The active ingredient is Diazepam, which is what the generics are called. Learn more Valium details here. The inactive ingredients, however, can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Are there any other questions I can help with? ## Is Valium 10mg the highest dose they make? I know they make 10mg valium, but didn't know what the highest available dose was. Do they go any higher than that, in mg, with Valium? ...

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active ingredient in valium tablets with MS and a cross

Hi. I got some blue round pills that are called Valium, they got an inscription with the letters "MS" on the other side and cross on another. Now i wonder, do these pills contain any Diazepam at all? If not, what are the active ingredient in these pills? They look very much like the light blue valium 10 mg pill. Thankful for answer. ## I got some of those in cambodia. They are generic 10 mg valium (diazepam) ...

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diazepam ingredients

I was told by a "Health Nut", that "Benadryl" was a great alternative to Valium, but non addicting, is this true because my step mother suffered with a Massive frontal lobe stroke, and she has recently has been having kicking and screaming fits because she doesn't get her way. And my father is a 72 year old Navy Veteran, that has just had a 1/3 of his kidney removed. Please tell me im not hurting her giving her Benadryl. ## Hello, Lucy! How are you? Benadryl contains the active ingredient Diphenhydramine, it is an antihistamine that's used to treat allergic reactions, prevent nausea/vomiting and to induce drowsiness. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weigh gain. So yes, it can have a calming affect. However, as to whether or not you're... ...

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are these valium

The tablets are small light green scored on one side & the other side say mylan 471 I think its kind of rubbed out.what are these?! ## Hello, Muffin! How are you? Yes, this tablet contains 10mgs of Diazepam, the active ingredient in Valium. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Is Klonopin just another name for Valium?

I was just wondering if it was the same as volume or if there are other components that make it different and what is the difference between the two. I take it for panic and anxiety attacks and I am thankful for it. It does make me very tired. A lot of times I sleep but I really wanted a drug that would help me with my problems, yet allow me to be awake, active and try to live a normal life for me, husband and children. Can you give me some information and suggestions on other medicines that might be what I'm looking for. Thank you for your time and help. ## Hi Naomi, Klonopin is a brand name for the drug Clonazepam. I wanted to ask you a couple of questions, can you please post the answers? 1) Do you know what the active ingredient in Volume is? If it is Clonazepam then it's pr... ...

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What does a Valium look like

Small blue round pill scored with 031 on top half and m on the other side ## Is it possibly an R 031? If so, then yes, this tablet contains 1mg of Alprazolam, the active ingredient in Valium. Common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Read more: Please double check the markings on the tablet and let me know if it is an R! Thanks! ...

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what past valium looks like

.5 mg yellow pill ## Hello, Valium is the brand name for diazepam which was manufactured by Roche. Below I will show a picture of the Roche 5mg diazepam and some additional information sourced from the NIH. (NDC: 0140-0005 ) Active Ingredients: Diazepam Imprint: 5;VALIUM;ROCHE;ROCHE Label Author: Roche Laboratories Inc. Colors: Yellow Shape: Round Size (mm): 9.00 Score: 2 Inactive Ingredients: - Anhydrous Lactose - Starch, Corn - Calcium Stearate - D&c Yellow No. 10 - Fd&c Yellow No. 6 I hope this information helps. Let me know if there is any additional information I can add. ...

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valium 5 mg

I found a small, light blue pill with C5 on one side.Nothing else on it. Anyone know what it might be?. ## This is NOT Valium, it contains 5mgs of Desloratidine, the active ingredient in Clarinex, which is used to treat allergies. Common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, dizziness and fatigue. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ...

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Are Valium and Klonopin the same drug?

What are the active ingredients in Klonopin and Valium that would turn up in a toxicology report between the two medications? ## To answer your question, no they are not the same drug. Valium contains the active ingredient Diazepam, whereas Klonopin contains the active ingredient Clonazepam. Both drugs are considered Benzodiazepenes and have the potential to be habit forming. Please let me know if you have any other questions about this. ...

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what mg is a white round valium with a V cutout

A Valium that is white small and round with a V cutout?What mg is this pill? ## The white, name brand one should have the markings of ROCHE ROCHE 2 VALIUM, as well as the V cut out in the middle. It is a 2mg Valium tablet, that contains the active ingredient Diazepam, it is a Benzodiazepine that is used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ## It's most definitely a Roche 2mg valium tablet... Roche were the first to market diazepam as valium and they nearly always use the proprietary name rather than the generic name. ...

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does valium have aspirin it

I took a soma and my head still hurts what can I take with this to help releave the pain without going to the doctor my doctor suspects I have MS ## Hi Betty, To answer your first question, Valium does NOT contain any Aspirin. The only active ingredient in Valium is Diazepam, which is a benzodiazepine, commonly prescribed for anxiety disorders and muscle spasms. Soma (Carisoprodol) is a muscle relaxant also prescribed for muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. As far as drug interactions are concerned, I know Aspirin doesn't interact with Soma according to research from umm.edu, so that may be one option for you. However, it would probably be imperative that you speak with your doctor first, if inquiring about additional prescription-based options that you can safely take alongside Som... ...

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valium placebo

I've had 22 5mg Valium in the last 24 hrs and some vodka (I never drink, i bought this to get through Christmas but gave myself alcohol poisoning instead) and the only thing that's happened is my balance is a bit iffy, that is literally the only thing i've noticed, are they placebos or what, I got them because my life sucks and i go mad when things go wrong, no change there either, I don't feel any different. ## Valium and vodka are a BAD mix. Diazapam is a catalyst for extreme alcohol binge session. A few shots of spirit behave more like a whole bottle. Expect an moment of euphora and then to lose something valuable: esteem, memory, self-respect, friendships... Valium seems to be active in system for a few days. You will probably remember the handover for some days/ ...

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Blue Valium 10 Mg

what happen if i take three blue valium 10 mg at a same time? ## The would be quite a high dosage to take, at once and it may result in overdose, especially if you aren't used to taking it. Valium contains the active ingredient Diazepam, it is a Benzodiazepine and they are known to cause depression of the central nervous system. Therefore, taking too much of it could result in a drop in pulse rate, blood pressure and breathing rate and, in some cases, this can be fatal. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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What Is Use Of Etirest

My husband has suddenly become afraid of taking dialysis after 6 yrs of going through with it. He was recommended to see a psychiatrist who recommended Etirest 0.5 mg.. 1tablet in the morning and 1/2 at nights. And, 45 minutes before dialysis 1 tablet. He started the before dialysis tablet only yesterday and the whole of today he is drowsy. Etirest tablet is a very small white tablet. Please advise if the dosage is right. ## Hi Yvonne, Etirest is reported to contain the active ingredient Etizolam, which is indicated for short-term treatment of anxiety or panic attacks. From what I understand, this medication is pretty strong, with one tablet being the equivalent of 10 mg of Valium. The drowsiness definitely makes sense with a medication such as this one. If I am not mistaken, Etirest sh... ...

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Can I take Valium if I'm taking Primolut N?

I take Valium every night to help stabilize my anxiety issues, and to help me sleep a little better. I'm about to start taking Primolut and I'm not sure whether I can continue taking Valium whilst I'm taking the Primolut? ## Hi Samantha, Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between the active ingredients in Valium and Primolut N. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate. With that said, because I am not a doctor, the most I can tell you is that from what I've read, these two medications are regarded as being safe to take together and shouldn't present any problems outside of the normal side effects associated with each medication.... ...

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Took half a valium 10mg

I took a half a valium 10mg 15 days ago, is it still working in my body? ## Hi Ivan, From what I could gather, "the reported half-life of diazepam is listed at 43 hours (give or take 13 hours), but actually has a range as broad as 40-100 hours if you include the contribution from active metabolites; whereas Diazepam is metabolized into nordiazepam with an estimated half-life of 40-99 hours." Ref: nhtsa.gov/people/injury/research/job185drugs/diazepam.htm Given such a long half-life, lets just use 48 hours (or 2 days) as an example half-life for determining how long 10mgs will remain active in your body. On day 1: say you took 10mgs On day 3 (or 2 days later): 5mgs will be left On day 5: 2.5mgs will be left On day 7: 1.75mgs will be left On day 9: 0.875mgs will be left And if you ... ...

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Are Valium and Colonopin considered benzos

I am scripted for Colonopin, is Valium considered the same type of drug? Are they benzos? I took a Valium in error and I now have a problem with the Colonopin script. ## Hello, Rere! How are you? Yes, they are both benzodiazepines. Valium contains the active ingredient Diazepam and Klonopin contains the active ingredient Clonazepam. These medications carry the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. What problem are you having with the Klonopin? ...

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does 2mg of valium equal 2mg of diazepam

My brother is traveling soon and the doctor prescribed diazepam for his anxiety to flying. Is 2MG OF VALIUM the same as 2mg of valium? ## Hello, Tony! How are you? Diazepam is the active ingredient in Valium, so it is the same thing. The FDA classifies this medication as a benzodiazepine, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yes, I understand they are the same thing (they have the same active ingredient), however what I want to know is if one takes 2mg of valium, is it the same as taking 2mg of diazepam. Thank you for the clarification. ## Yes it has the same ingredients valium is the proper name diazepam are generic valium the name valium is registered... ...

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blue generic roche 10 valium with f z letters

F ---- Z ## I cannot find a listing for a medication with the FZ marking. this site does not prescribe nor sell medications, this is an information only website. Valium contains the active ingredient Diazepam, this is a very potent Benzodiazepine, used to treat nerve and anxiety disorders. It carries a high risk of dependency and addiction. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and irritability. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## In 2016, does anyone know of a good quality Generic 'Diazepam', 5 mg.? (Brand is Valium). While I have some health insurance, it pays little for prescriptions and my copay is/has become too expensive to continue getting Brand. I take other meds for neuropathy also. I do use generics but frequently find ... ...

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Small and round just like valium 10 but white

I have a couple of these pills that are white, round and small with a 10 under a line across and blank on the other side. It looks just like a valium as if it weren't blue just white. ## These tablets have been doing the rounds in my area of NE Scotland over the last few months. They may not be the same same batch but if so then I'd stay clear - not for the sake of your health, tho who knows whats in them, but for the sake of your wallet. They are being touted as valium but if indeed there is any active diazipam in them then its a miniscule amount. ## I've been taking these white valium tabelts with one side blank and 10 on the other. Are these real diazepam? I'm in NE Scotland. ...

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