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Yes: Valium is a long-acting medicine, and its breakdown products are active also. These can build up in your system, giving more relaxation and sedation than you might want. There can be dizziness, memory loss, confusion, and fatigue. These effects can be more likely depending on additional other sedating medicines or substances you might be taking. Nausea can be an issue for some people too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Valium (diazepam) is an older benzodiazepine tranquilizer. It was the #1 prescribed drug (of any kind) in the us in the late 1960s but is used less now due to drug interactions and active metabolites. It is still used for anxiety and as "pre-medication" for uncomfortable medical and minor surgical procedures. It is habit-forming, should not be used with alcohol, ...Read more
Hello! can Valium cause nausea? I have been terrible nas since yesterday . Not pregnant. Only change was valium. :(
Yes: Especially on empty stomach. Benzodiazepine, the class ofedicationd like valium, can cause dizziness, nausea, upset stomach and other side effects. I'm assuming you are taking for anxiety? You may want to eat se food when you take it, as well as lie down afterward. That can help. Good luck. ...Read more
Vasectomy @ 1pm (2-8-16). Lingering, mild nausea. Is this normal? Vicodin & Valium taken 1 hr before. 3 valium taken within 4 hrs after. 29 yo male.
Here are some...: Have you had similar events especially at taking pain medication like Vicodin? Clinically, vasectomy alone very unlikely causes lingering nausea. Practically, do not use Vicodin if having no undue swelling and have a good rest and sleep; that will help. In my practice, I have almost never prescribe pain medication. More? Check with your surgeon for no complication or drug side effect, etc. ...Read more
Can you take Valium before a colposcopy? I have severe anxiety when it comes to needles and medical procedures, as they don't use anesthesia for colposcopy, they say an ib profrium is okay. Is taking a Valium to help with both pain and fainting or nausea
Should i see my primary care? I have had a headache for 4 days now. Neck, back of head and top of head. Nausia. Tried asprin, valium, more asprin.
Tranquilizer: Valium (diazepam) is an older benzodiazepine tranquilizer. It was the #1 prescribed drug (of any kind) in the us in the late 1960s but is used less now due to drug interactions and active metabolites. It is still used for anxiety and as "pre-medication" for uncomfortable medical and minor surgical procedures. It is habit-forming, should not be used with alcohol, and may impair driving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
shouldn't be: All medications, whether branded or generic, sold in the United States, are required by the food and drug administration (fda) to have plus or minus twenty per cent of the stated dose to be legal. So a medication which states 10mg can have between 8 and 12 mgs, which for some patients, may make a noticeable difference in their treatment. But 50 % difference should not be possible. ...Read more