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I have gad, they gave me a shot of midazolam in the er. It worked better than any of the benzos I've been on. Why wont my physician offer that?
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Dr. Laura Davies
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: Not for long term
This won't work in the long term. You need good therapy, and a long term medication that does not involve benzodiazepines-- such as ssris.

In brief: Not for long term
This won't work in the long term. You need good therapy, and a long term medication that does not involve benzodiazepines-- such as ssris.
Dr. Laura Davies
Dr. Laura Davies
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Dr. Samuel Miles
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Too risky
This drug can only be safely used in a controlled environment like a hospital or operating room.

In brief: Too risky
This drug can only be safely used in a controlled environment like a hospital or operating room.
Dr. Samuel Miles
Dr. Samuel Miles
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