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How long will it take for the medicine for anxiety to go out of the body?

Hi there I got prescribed 2mg of valium for my anxiety (pretty much nothing) a few days ago but didn’t need one until today. So I took one 2mg tablet today – Friday (which didn’t really feel like it did anything), and then got a phone call for an interview next Wednesday, though I doubt the medical will be ON the day of the interview. How long it will take for ONE 2mg dose to get out of my system? I have never ever taken them before, this was the first one ever, as I said I was only just prescribed them. So the interview is just over 4 days away and like I said I assume the medical will be within the few days AFTER that so it could be even longer. Will it be gone?
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi I.mas,

Welcome to heathcare Magic!
You should give the finer details of your anxiety, how it is affecting you.
Anxiety is not detected by investigations so you would not get problem with medical tests.
But the treatment and regimen you are following is insufficient as such to relieve anxiety.
First of all you should visit and get examined by an experienced physician and get the treatment fine tuned.

Wish you a great health!
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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