When I prescribe Valium, I prescribe that it should be taken one hour prior to the appointment. With 10 mg, you should have someone drive you to and from the visit.
You shouldn’t take more than your doctor prescribed, as it can be dangerous.
No it is a prescribed drug and you cannot get it without a script.
If dosed appropriately for size and weight, the effects can last for 8 to 12 hours.
It works very well. You’re going to get worked up thinking too much about it so the best thing to do is just focus on other things. It doesn’t help with the pain, just the nerves. The pain is the same but you’re not as worried about it so it doesn’t feel as bad. Although […]
You can’t. These are controlled substances and it is illegal to possess them without a prescription. No legitimate and safe outlet will sell them to you without a prescription. Don’t try to buy online. The few online pharmacies that are legit are extremely expensive, and the rest are not safe or reliable. Many will take […]
They are in the same family; alium being Diazepam, and Ativan being Lorazepam. 1 mg of Ativan is much stronger than the 2 mg of valium.
Valium (diazepam) is among the most widely used and abused benzodiazepines. Valium has a faster onset of action compared to Klonopin, Xanax, or Ativan and the peak plasma concentration of Valium occurs between 30-60 min on healthy adults. Valium lasts longer than most other benzodiazepines. The half-life of diazepam and its active metabolites (nordiazepam, oxazepam, […]