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Are zepose tablets the same as diazepam? Suffer from anxiety and sleeplessness

hi stephan, I have recently obtained a couple of 10 ml diazipam to help me sleep, as i have two young children under 1 and work long hours. I have history with anixiaty and work long hours so was looking for something to help me sleep. The 10ml diazipam I have taken in the past on rare ocation have always been blue. However the ones I got today are white. they seem to have come in a legitimate packet labeled Zepose. Are these tablets realy diazipam? any advice you can tell me would be greatly apriceated. thanks
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello,

Thank you for posting on HCM

Diazepam is a generic name under the family of drugs known as benzodiazepines use to treat various conditions of nervous origin. Zepose is just an industrial name (used by a specific manufacturer and so labeled it zepose). What you will probably have to verify is the dosage quantity of diazepam and ensure that it is exactly the same dosage as your initially prescribed diazepam. Zepose comes in with diazepam 5mg and 10mg dosages.
So you can check on your prescription and see which daily dosage was prescribed for your sleep.

Hope this helps
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Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Sanjeev Goyal's  Response

HI
THANKS FOR QUERY
ZEPOSE IS A BRAND NAME OF DIAZEPAM SALT MANUFACTURED BY CIPLA.
SO ZEPOSE AND DIAZEPAM ARE SAME THINGS
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