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Does Naltrexone Cancel Out The Real Effectiveness Of Ativan
Carefully: Ativan (lorazepam) is a valium derivative that is used for anxiety, tension, and for seizures. The side effect is sleepiness. Low doses are usually well tolerated and will relax you and allow usual function. Higher doses will put you to sleep. Understand why you are using it. Balance the benefit to the side effects. ...Read more
Is it ok to start naltrexone and ativan during detox from alcohol while already taking Effexor (venlafaxine) for depression?
Safe detox: Not on your own it isn't! I have yet to see a patient successfully detox on their own! Now if you are in a medical detox center then possibly yes! ...Read more
I got out of rehab for alcohol and Ativan 4 days ago. While I was in rehab I was started on neurontin 600 mg tid, abilfy 5 mg qd, vistaril 50 mg q4 hrs prn, baclofen 20 mg q hs, naltrexone 50 mg q hs. I've been having tremors and I'm very dizzy when I st
Incomplete question: Unfortunately your question was cut off. To provide you the best response I will need to know the complete question. You are on some potent medications that might make you dizzy but don't stop without checking with a physician. You should have had a followup appointment. ...Read more
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Naltrexone is used to treat Alcoholism. Naltrexone will not cause to "sober up" It is not a cure for Alcoholism.
Do not drink alcohol while taking Adavan (Ativan). This can increase the effects of Alcohol.
Vistaril may impair thinking or reactions, may cause tremors, confusion, seizures.
Discuss with Psychiatrist Alcoholism program, A.A. and Therapy. ...Read more
Will ativan (lorazepam) have still have some effectiveness that expired back in July a year ago? I got a prescription back in 2014 and it expired last year.
Expiration dates: Indicate when a batch of a medication can no longer be sold or distributed. The medication itself likely remains effective for more than two years. Take only as directed by your prescription/prescriber. Best regards for relief. ...Read more
Does tegretol lower the effectiveness of Lexapro (escitalopram) and Ativan...information is sketchy. Dr. is unsure.
Klonopin (clonazepam) vs Ativan: Tegretol induces the metabolism of drugs which are metabolized by the liver enzyme cyp 3a4. Klonopin (clonazepam) is one of these drugs, but Ativan is not. This means that in the presence of tegretol, Klonopin (clonazepam) may be metabolized faster than expected, reducing its effectiveness. ...Read more
Could ativan (lorazepam) lose its effectiveness after just 3 days? Could your body already get used to that MG? Also do ativan (lorazepam) help with Labyrinthitis dizziness?
I've been taking Ambien (zolpidem) and Ativan combined for years to combat my severe insomnia. Is there any real "danger" here aside from not sleeping at all?
Dependency: Risks of ongoing use of Ambien (zolpidem) & Ativan for chronic insomnia? Dependency & difficulty in withdrawing from the drugs. I think you should find a sleep specialist who can discover what's the underlying problem with the insomnia. Neither Ambien (zolpidem) or Ativan taken that long are best options for the rest of your life, wouldn't you say? More questions? Write me at: www. Healthtap. Com/dr-saghafi ...Read more
Was on klonopin for years switched to ativan (lorazepam) 6mg for 15 days now switched back to my clonazepam 2mg on my 4th day bavk on klonopin noticed mypulse been a little low high 60 to low 70's is this normal?
Pulse: Your pulse rate seems to be within normal limits. However, I'm concerned with the dosage of medication you describe and recommend that you visit with your prescribing physician. ...Read more
Ativan s/e: Mainly sedation, feeling sleepy. Dizziness or confusion can occur but less common with low doses. Tell prescribing doc if you are sensitive to meds in general or Ativan type meds. Ask for the lowest possible dose to start and increase gradually with doctor supervision. Take care. ...Read more
Hopefully, 60+ yrs: I'm thinking that you might have a part of you that wants another chance. This was an action that certainly is serious and may have done some significant damage - but it is not a drug that is reliable for ending life. Please don't take more - it may just do more harm. Please call a suicide help line - it's confidential and can really help you get through this hard time. ...Read more
Benzodiazepine: Which are drugs that are sedating - so used for reducing anxiety, sedation, causing sleep, stopping seizures, reducing nausea or dizziness and sometimes for muscle spasms, though primarily a sedating drug which can cause amnesia. These drugs act quickly at GABA receptors and linger there, while normal GABA quickly released. Can cause dependence and addiction. ...Read more
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Sedation: And mental slowing, depending on the amount. Unless you're the pilot. .. In which case you also feel panic as you lose control of your aircraft. ...Read more
Withdrawal Rx: In most cases, Ativan (Lorazepam) withdrawal treatment is done over a long period of time and should be done under the care of a medical professional. The detoxification process could take about eight to 12 weeks. Please place yourself in the hands of a qualified medical professional to assist you with this. I wish you well with your health! ...Read more
Ativan (lorazepam): Not sure why you took 4 tablets, but if each tablet was 0.25mg. (not 2.5mg.) then you totaled 1mg. Which is not high. Let your doctor know. ...Read more
Only if you are: Opioid dependent, in which case it will put you into severe withdrawal starting within 10-15 minutes of taking the pill. If you are not on opioids, it will not do anything, other than perhaps the main side effect of feeling a little queasy. Not sure how anybody can take a pill "by accident, " and suspect there is more to your story. Naltrexone is used off-label for itching, gambling problems etc. ...Read more
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I've prescribed Ativan (lorazepam) for many years and weight has never come upas an issue. That doesn't mean it couldn't happen, but I haven't seen it with ativan (lorazepam). Definitely there is a weight gain issue with many of the other psychoactive medications, but even when some are known to put on weight some people don't do that. We're all different.
If your dr is prescribing Ativan (lorazepam) there must be a reason. ...Read more
Depends on the: Person. If you are not used to taking ativan (lorazepam), (lorazepam) then you can become overly sedated with just a total of 2-3 mgs. If you regularly take Ativan (lorazepam) and have built up a tolerance, then you could take much more. When prescribing, most physicians follow the idea of "start low and go slow" when dealing with medications like ativan (lorazepam). ...Read more
On naltrexone and I just stopped taking dalaid 3days ago. Will they have any unnecessary effects?
Not likely: The Naltrexone blocks or occupies opiate receptor sites so it tends to render those drugs 'ineffective'. Because of it's high affinity for those sites, it also tends to dislodge any opiate still there and thus can precipitate a withdrawal reaction in chronic opiate addicts. This is what happens with Suboxone if started too early on someone who has been using opiates; it can also decrease 'craving'. ...Read more
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