What is clonazepam






Clonazepam - NAMI

8/12/2014
12:26 | Author: Olivia Moore

What is clonazepam
Clonazepam - NAMI

Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine. It is approved for the treatment of panic disorder (with or without agoraphobia), as well as certain types of seizure disorders.

Do not drive a car or operate machinery until you know how this medication affects you because you may notice that you feel tired or dizzy.

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Your healthcare provider will determine the dose and method of taking the medication that is right for you based upon your response.

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Clonazepam (Klonopin) - Comprehensive Epilepsy Center

6/11/2014
02:12 | Author: Olivia Moore

What is clonazepam
Clonazepam (Klonopin) - Comprehensive Epilepsy Center

Clonazepam is used alone or with other seizure medicines to treat absence and myoclonic seizures (especially in Lennox-Gastaut syndrome), and can help stop.

If any of these symptoms do not go away within several days, or are truly bothersome, call the doctor. Sometimes the doctor can help with these side effects by changing the prescription:

Besides seizures, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved clonazepam for the treatment of panic disorder. It is also legal to prescribe medicines for "off-label uses" even though the FDA has not formally approved such uses. Clonazepam is sometimes used in this way to treat movement disorders such as Tourette’s syndrome.

High doses sometimes are prescribed, especially for those with developmental disabilities.

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Pms-Clonazepam - Uses, Side Effects, Interactions - Drug

4/10/2014
04:18 | Author: Alexander Anderson

What is clonazepam
Pms-Clonazepam - Uses, Side Effects, Interactions - Drug

Clonazepam belongs to the class of medications called benzodiazepines. In general, benzodiazepines are used as a sedative or to decrease seizures or.

Do not use clonazepam if you: are allergic to clonazepam, or any ingredients of the medication have had an allergic reaction to any other benzodiazepine (e.g., lorazepam, diazepam, oxazepam) have acute narrow or closed angle glaucoma have myasthenia gravis have severe breathing problems have severe liver disease have sleep apnea Clonazepam may be used by people with open angle glaucoma who are receiving appropriate treatment.

2 mg Each round, white, biplane, bevelled-edge, scored tablet, imprinted "CLONAZEPAM" on one side and "pms/2.0" on the other side, contains clonazepam 2 mg.

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What dose of clonazepam equals xanax? - Benzodiazepines - Take a

2/9/2014
06:44 | Author: Noah Miller

What is clonazepam
What dose of clonazepam equals xanax? - Benzodiazepines - Take a

So, you need .5mg of alprazolam (xanax) to equal 5 mg of valium, but you only need .25 mg of clonazepam (klonopin) to equal 5 mg of valium.

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EXACTLY !! I couldn't agree more.. my friend had me try 10mg valium and said it will fuck me up way more than xanax and in truth i sat there waiting for something to happen and nothing.. nothing fuckes you up more than xanax...

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Clonazepam - definition of clonazepam by Medical dictionary

10/18/2014
02:10 | Author: Alexander Anderson

What is clonazepam
Clonazepam - definition of clonazepam by Medical dictionary

Clonazepam /clo·naz·e·pam/ (klo-naz´ĕ-pam) a benzodiazepine used as an anticonvulsant and as an antipanic agent. Dorland's Medical Dictionary for Health.

Alti-Clonazepam (CA), Apo-Clonazepam (CA), Clonapam (CA), Gen-Clonazepam (CA), Klonopin, Klonopin Wafer, Rivotril (CA) (UK) Pharmacologic class: Benzodiazepine Therapeutic class: Anticonvulsant.

Adults: Initially, 1.5 mg/day P.O. in three divided doses; may increase by 0.5 to 1 mg q 3 days until seizures are adequay controlled or drug intolerance occurs. Maximum dosage is 20 mg/day.

Respiratory: increased respiratory secretions, upper respiratory tract infection, cough, bronchitis, respiratory depression.

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