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Valium (DIAZEPAM) belongs to a group of anti-anxiety medications known as benzodiazepine. It is a drug that is commonly prescribed to manage some muscle spasms, anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and to treat seizures. Diazepam is available by doctor’s prescription and sold both as a generic drug and a trade name drug.
Dosage and Administration
The dosage is differing from patient to patient for maximum beneficial effect. While the usual daily dosages meet the needs of most of the people, there will be some patients who may need higher doses. In such cases, dosages should be increased gradually to avoid side effects.
Relief of symptoms of anxiety & Management of Anxiety disorders: 2 mg to 10 mg (2 to 4 times) daily.
Relief in acute alcohol withdrawal: 10 mg (3 or 4 times) during the first 24 hours, reducing to 5 mg (3 or 4 times) daily as needed.
Relief of Skeletal Muscle Spasm: 2 mg to 10 mg (3 or 4 times) daily.
Adjunctively in Convulsive Disorders: 2 mg to 10 mg (2 to 4 times) daily.
Elderly Patients, or in the presence of debilitating disease: 2 mg to 2.5 mg (1 or 2 times) daily initially, gradually increases as needed.
All Possible Side Effects
The most common side effects are minor and may fade away during time as the body adjusts to the medication.
In rare cases, people will experience serious side effects. If the following side effects occur, call immediately to your health care professional.
• Memory problems
• Double vision
• Unexplained agitation
• Clumsiness and/or trouble walking
• Slurred speech
• Noticeable changes in libido
• Difficulty urinating
• Trouble controlling urination
• Sleep disturbances
• Persistent nausea
• Abdominal pain
• Dark colored urine
• Yellowing of the eyes or skin
• Sore throat
Avoid taking Valium if you are allergic to it or to similar drugs (Klonopin, Ativan, Xanax, Restoril, and others), or if you have:
• A muscle weakness disorder
• Severe liver disease
• A severe breathing problem
• Sleep apnea
• Alcoholism, or addiction to drugs
To make sure the medication safe for you, always tell your doctor if you have any of these conditions.
• Breathing problems
• Kidney or liver disease
• Epilepsy or other seizure disorder
• A history of mental illness, depression
• If you use a narcotic (opioid) medication
Avoid using this medication during pregnancy as it may harm to an unborn baby. Tell your health care provider if you become pregnant while using this drug for seizures.
You should avoid taking Valium if you are a breastfeeding mother as diazepam can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby.