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Librax Clinidium Chlordiazepoxide
Not Really: Take the medicine before meals. Caution: do not abruptly discontinue after prolonged use; taper dose gradually. You should see your family practice physician if you have specific questions. ...Read more
Librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide): It is aolder tranquilizer and antianxiety agent. ...Read more
Please clarify: Before we answer that please tell us the real reason you want to take these pills. ...Read more
An irrational drug: If this drug were to seek approval today, it would be refused. Combinations of antispasmodic drugs with tranquilizers and sedatives (including barbiturates) were very popular in the 60s and 70s. They are used mostly to treat irritable bowel syndrome. The best treatment starts with more fiber in diet, and then antispasmodic drugs. Tranquillizers are rarely indicated, and can cause dependency. ...Read more
Fine: Assuming you are on a short course of steroids and take Librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide) for underlying ?Ibs, etc. There is no contraindication to taking both medications. Make sure you take the steroids with food and all medications as directed. To be extra safe, check with your local pharmacist where you got the meds, and the pharmacist will be able to definitively give you any issues with taking both. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why do you ask?: I am concerned about the reason that you might ask a question like this. If you or someone you know has taken this overdose, seek medical attention immediately. If you are feeling desperate, please ask another question, or contact a healthcare professional, mental health center, or telephone HotLine. I hope all will be well for you. ...Read more
What kind of bad?: Librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide) is a very old (and in my opinion obsolete and irrational) drug, containing a tranquilizer (since the thought is people with irritable bowel symptoms are all anxious) and an antispasmodic. Both can cause significant side effects, including constipation, urinary retention, excessive sedation, slow heart rate, dizziness and lightheadedness. There are better treatments for IBS. ...Read more
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Mixing meds: Would be helpful to know why you are taking these two medications. I strongly recommend you discuss this with your physician. ...Read more
What is the name of the anticholinergic component & the benzodiazpine component in the drug librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide)?
911: If they are overdosed- they need a hospital. ...Read more
I take Nexium 1xday for 6 years and librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide) 3xday for over a year. Is there any long term dangers to these meds? I get my usual 6 mo ck ups.
Meds: Every medicine has side effects and especially when used for long time chances are high. Why dont you stop them under doctors guidance and see if you really need them at this moment? ...Read more