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!!!

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