DIAZEPAM 5 MG TABLETS

Active substance: DIAZEPAM

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Important information about some of the ingredients of Diazepam
Tablets
lactose

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POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS

E110 (sunset yellow)
Stop taking the tablets and tell your doctor immediately

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HOW TO TAKE DIAZEPAM

Tell your doctor immediately

:

Anxiety:
Adults:
Muscle spasm:
Adults:
Children:

Tell your doctor

Trouble in sleeping associated with anxiety:
Adults:
Pre-medication:
Adults:
Children:
Children:

Elderly and Debilitated (very frail) patients:

Patients with liver problems:
Long-term use of Diazepam is not recommended.

If you stop
taking Diazepam

If you take more Diazepam than you should

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HOW TO STORE DIAZEPAM

Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

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If you forget to take Diazepam

FURTHER INFORMATION

What Diazepam Tablets contain:
If you stop taking Diazepam
withdrawal effects.
What Diazepam Tablets look like and contents of the pack:

in severe cases

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This leaflet was last revised: 02/2014

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Talk to your doctor if you are taking any of the following:
antidepressants
antipsychotics

Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine.

general
anaesthetics, lofexidine
nabilone
hypnotics
blockers
moxonidine
relaxants

alpha
muscle

strong pain killers
1. What Diazepam is and what it is used for
2. Before you take Diazepam
3. How to take Diazepam
4. Possible side effects
5. How to store Diazepam
6. Further information

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disulfiram

WHAT DIAZEPAM IS AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR
medicines for epilepsy
cimetidine
omeprazole
oestrogen-containing contraceptives, erythromycin
isoniazid
rifampicin

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BEFORE YOU TAKE DIAZEPAM

amrenavir

ritonavir

DO NOT take Diazepam if you:
allergic
severe liver problems
severe breathing problems
sleep apnoea
myasthenia gravis

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mental illness
porphyria
levodopa
hyperkinesia
pregnancy

pregnant

antacids
cisapride

Take special care with Diazepam
Tell your doctor before you start to take this medicine if you:
Taking Diazepam with food and drink
DO NOT drink

heart and lungs

severe kidney

failure
low blood levels
(arteriosclerosis)
elderly

Pregnancy and breast-feeding
should not

smoke.
Other important things to remember when taking Diazepam:
Dependence:

Withdrawal:
withdrawal effects and withdrawal symptoms

Driving and using machines

If you stop taking Diazepam
Tolerance:
Behavioural effects
Possible Side Effects
loss of memory

Taking other medicines
Avoid Diazepam in combination with:

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DIAZEPAM 2 mg, 5 mg
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