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Lorazepam is prescribed to treat different kinds of anxiety disorders and panic attacks. Lorazepam enhances the effects of the GABA neurotransmitter on GABA receptors, which has a sedative, hypnotic, calming and relaxing effect. This medication may also sometimes be used to treat insomnia.
Lorazepam comes as a pill or in a dropper bottle. Lorazepam pills can be prescribed in .5mg, 1mg, or 2mg. This medication is taken regularly for a short term or as needed. Follow dosing instructions provided by your doctor. Lorazepam is not intended for long-term use, and should not be abruptly discontinued after regular use. Doses should be slowly decreased.
Pregnancy: Lorazepam is generally considered unsafe during pregnancy, especially in the third trimester. Infants can experience withdrawal symptoms. Lorazepam medicine is passed to infants through breast milk.
Interactions: Tell your doctor if you are taking other medications, especially antidepressants, sedatives, tranquilizers, sleeping pills, cold medications, asthma medicines, drugs for Parkinson’s disease, antihistamines, anticonvulsants, oral contraceptives, valproic acid, and digoxin.
Medical Conditions: Before taking lorazepam medicine, tell your doctor if you regularly drink alcohol or are prone to drug abuse. Also tell your doctor if you suffer from asthma, sleep apnea, or have other breathing problems. Tell your doctor if you have glaucoma, kidney disease, liver disease, or if you have seizures. You should also mention Parkinson’s disease or any other neuromuscular disorders. If you have ever experienced suicidal thoughts, you should tell your doctor before taking lorazepam. In rare cases, lorazepam and similar medications can make these thoughts worse.
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Our card is not insurance, we simply provide discounts on prescriptions. Since pricing is an ongoing negotiation, please bring both your insurance card and Optum Perks coupon to your pharmacist to see which provides a more cost-effective option for you.
No. We merely provide discounts through coupons for prescriptions. Any purchases through Optum Perks will not count toward an insurance deductible.