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What are the side effects of diazepam ?

Last year around july i had panic attacks while i was on holiday, the attacks first started when i was on the plane on my way back home. when i got home i had attacks almost every two hours for about two weeks then my doctor gave me diazepam but i only took one because i couldn t handle the side effects. now almost a year later i feel much better. when i am at home i feel fine but once i go out in crowed places i start to get dizzy and feels like im going to faint, i get a stiff- neck and i cant look anyone in the eyes. i also always have pressure in both my ears as if they were blocked. can you please help me here i don t understand what s wrong.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Feb 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. treatment with diazipam is used as you must be having either middle ear infection, hyper tension, or diabetis. appears to be ear problem. consult ENT surgeon,you can have relief and peace of mind. thank you.
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