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Diazepam and paroxetine taken together, any effects?

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Dr. Traci Buxton
Family Medicine 24 years experience
Yes: Paroxetine and diazepam are two different types of medications used to treat anxiety. Diazepam is typically only used on a short-term basis, as it can be addictive and cause other side effects. Diazepam and paroxetine typically do not interact with each other.
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