What's the difference in Valium and klonipin?
- 23 Dec 2013 by GrannyRiddle4
- klonopin, valium, panic disorder
Are these drugs the same?
23 Dec 2013
Both are benzodiazepines which is a category of medicines used to control seizures in epileptics and for control of anxiety amongst a few other uses. The klonopin and valium are different in there time they take to work and how long they stay in your system.
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