Diazepam is a generic drug that helps treat episodes of increased seizures such as breakthrough or cluster seizures. Doctors worldwide recommend this medication to people who are already taking any medicine to control their seizures.
Diazepam generic is also available as various brand name drugs such as Valium, Diastat, and Diastat AcuDial. You can buy Diazepam online from our website in both generic as well as a brand name form.
Diazepam is only under the recommendation for short-term treatment of seizure attacks. It would help if you did not take it daily to prevent ongoing seizures. Diazepam works by calming the brain and nerves (central nervous system) as it belongs to the benzodiazepines category of drugs.
Diazepam is not recommended for children younger than six months because the risk of side effects is higher than the profits of taking this medication.
Diazepam can cause some serious health issues besides helping you deal with seizures. The risk is higher in people of specific groups.
Taking Diazepam with opioids may result in tiredness, severe drowsiness, difficulty breathing, and even death. Some people with chronic pain might already be taking opioids before doctors prescribe Diazepam. Inform the doctor about your medications and get medical help if you develop trouble breathing or difficulty waking up readily.
If you use Diazepam for a long time or at high doses, you may become physically dependent on this drug. If you stop taking Diazepam suddenly, you could potentially face unpleasant Diazepam withdrawal symptoms such as seizures.
Diazepam doses can make you sleepy, affecting your focus and concentration. Avoid activities like driving and or operative machinery that requires you to be alert until you know Diazepam will affect you.
Diazepam can cause harm to your unborn baby, so tell your doctor about the pregnancy or your plan to conceive before initiating treatment with this medication. Having seizures during pregnancy is hazardous and even fatal for both mother and the baby.
You should not breastfeed your nursing baby while taking Diazepam as this medication can pass through the breastmilk and cause danger to your newborn's life.
Diazepam can interact with several medications, especially those drugs that cause sleepiness or slow breathing. Be careful and ensure to tell your doctor about the medicines you are taking, including prescription, non-prescription, over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, herbs, vitamins, and supplements.
An overdose of Diazepam may occur if you take this medication for a longer duration and in doses higher than recommended. Diazepam overdose can be fatal if you take it with opioid medicine, alcohol, or other drugs that slow down breathing or cause drowsiness.
Diazepam overdose symptoms may include loss of coordination, severe drowsiness, shallow breathing, limp or weak muscles, or coma.