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Is lorazepam a benzodiazepine?

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25 Oct 2010

Yes, Lorazepam is part of a group of medicines called benzodiazepines.

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25 Oct 2010

Yes it is. It is a widely used Benzodiazepine and can be very helpful in many areas. It can also be addicting if not used properly and if used for long periods of time without a break. Good luck marjorie zych

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christineATU 25 Oct 2010

We sure missed your face around here.

marjorie zych 25 Oct 2010

Nice to be missed thanks. I'M BACK!!!

christineATU 25 Oct 2010

Missed your chicken face dearly!

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