Valium Oral

A healthcare provider may prescribe Valium® (diazepam) to treat several conditions, such as:
 
Valium is part of a group of medications called benzodiazepines. These medicines have several effects on the body, such as relaxing the muscles, impairing short-term memory, and stopping seizures.
 
The drug comes in the form of a tablet, oral liquid, and as an injection. It is usually taken three or four times a day. Valium oral tablets are available in the following strengths:
 
  • Valium 2 mg
  • Valium 5 mg
  • Valium 10 mg.
     
Although most people tolerate this medication well, it is not suitable for everyone. Before starting treatment with Valium, make sure to talk to your healthcare provider about any other medical conditions you may have or any other medications you are taking (including vitamins and herbal supplements). Some of the common side effects include fatigue and coordination problems.
 
(Click Valium for more information on how Valium oral tablets, oral liquid, and injections can be beneficial in treating various conditions. This article also discusses general dosing guidelines, safety precautions, and tips on effectively using this medication.)
 
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