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Posted by: STORM | 2005/07/07

WHAT ARE "LORAZEPAM" USED FOR?

My docter subcribe it and can't tel me what is it for.

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Lorazepam, as found in ativan and tranquipam, is a benzodiazepine that is pharmacologically classified as a tranquillizer. It is indicated for the treatment of anxiety or as a short-term solution for insomnia.

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Posted by: Keen | 2005/07/08

HE CAN'T TELL YOU???. If a doc can't/won't tell you why and what medicines he gives you, I get very worried. It's your RIGHT as a patient to know what he gives to you and why....

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