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    diasapam

    has anyone on this forum tried Diazepam for anxiety?

    I am skedule to start this med soon, and I am wondering about success rate, side affects, etc

    thanks

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    Princess Sparkles Paula's Avatar
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    Do you know why youíre being prescribed diazepam? Itís usually a short term drug due to the fact itís highly addictive.

    Diazepam is a sedative so it will make you drowsy. Other than that, and the fact itís addictive, it has minimal side effects.

    It definitely helped me cope with my anxiety, and with chronic pain that I suffer but your body quickly tolerates it so you need more to get the same effect itms. Itís also very hard to come off. It took me over 6 months .....
    Cast all your anxieties on Him, because He cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7

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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    I agree with Paula, it's not normally used as a long term option.
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    hey paula.

    it is being used to help me cope with a social event coming up sometime in a few weeks

    hopefully it was a good choice on my doctor's part

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    Princess Sparkles Paula's Avatar
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    Ok then, if itís a one off you should be absolutely fine. Whatís the event?
    Cast all your anxieties on Him, because He cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7

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    just something i've been asked to attend which will have a larger croud than I'm used to

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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Something fabulous I hope?! My husband has used diazepam for this purpose before and it's really helped.
    There's only us, There's only this, Forget regret, Or life is your to miss,
    No other road, No other way, No day but today. (Rent. Jonathan Larson)

    Look! I'm walking a marathon in May for the British Heart Foundation!
    Sponsor me if you fancy! No pressure, cheerleaders needed too!

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    Hope it helps. I have taken it in the past but only for short times. Probably max 5 days at a time. Good luck with the event.

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    Good luck with this
    I personally haven't tried it, but i have heard good things
    "Always Smile, Even When It hurts"

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    works for me.

    I still take it

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