Headache effect of Diazepam

We have 180 consumer reports for Diazepam. Headache effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Headache side effect for Diazepam

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.39
164.8

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
44
49

Diazepam Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 180 reported about Headache

  1. Bryan N. Carney says:
    3.5 rating

    Diazepam for Psychosis; Sleep disorders

    After the start of therapy with venlafaxine, headache and nausea appeared at short notice. After side effect. When discontinuing venlafaxine, “kicks” occurred, such as electric shock. After initiating therapy with Seroquel, a desirable side effect occurred after ingestion – & gt; Fatigue Sleep disorders may occur when stopping the Seroquel. Heartburn was rare after starting pantoprazole. After taking pipamperone, there was no relief. No side effects to report After starting to take diazepam, a dose increase within a very short time to report, after prolonged ingestion no sedative / calming effect is no longer present

  2. Jared K. Allen says:
    4.0 rating

    Diazepam for Pain (acute); Epilepsy

    I have received Tegretal since 2005 because of a seizure disorder (epilepsy, type Grand mal). The drug was slowly metered into my clinic. After 6 years of taking it I was able to observe more and more side effects on me, ranging from dizziness to dizziness and gait disturbances. Diazepam was dosed to me 16 years ago after I was in sudden anxiety, unable to leave my apartment. Since Diazepam like all drugs from the Benzodiazepingruppe a very high mental and physical dependence potential, I decided in 2007 to detoxify in the clinic with another drug (Atosil / drug: prometazine) and a psychotherapy to get this suffering under control. Unfortunately, my intention has not borne fruit, so that I have at least a little quality of life to keep (my everyday life can accomplish alone), have resorted to diazepam again. So far, all other attempts to treat my anxiety disorder have failed. There were u.a. SSRIs and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors were used but did not produce the desired effect. I receive Tilidine Comp because of 3 inoperable herniated discs in the LWS area. However, I take this drug only if the pain becomes unbearable and Novaminsulfon does not show sufficient relief. A longer lasting use of Tilidine Comp I avoid because of the existing dependency potential. I strive as far as possible to limit the revenue to just a few days.

  3. Kim A. Oubre says:
    2.5 rating

    Diazepam for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Sleep disorders

    *** General *** Diazepam is a benzodiazepine. It is used for epileptic seizures, sleeping pills and anxiety. In addition, some physicians prescribe it against symptoms of PTSD (such as over-excitability). That is controversial. Be careful, if you take birth control pills: Diazepam may limit the effect of the pill. So in this case additionally use a condom !!! Diazepam should only be taken as short as possible because it can make you dependent. *** My personal experiences *** Unfortunately, I can not report much good. This medicine did not work very well for me. I got a headache and felt dizzy and depressed. Ravenous hunger attacks were added. I changed the doctor after this experience, and my new doctor told me that he considers diazepam inappropriate in post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Side effects: Depressions; Dizziness; Headache
  4. Mark B. Dunn says:
    2.5 rating

    ad 1) pain at the injection site, excitation, agitation, tinnitus and muscle weakness. ad 2) muscle weakness, short-term memory weakness, headache ad 3) lack of concentration, tinnitus, headache ad 4) joint pain, muscle pain, agitation, abdominal pain, flatulence

  5. Barbara R. Gonzales says:
    3.5 rating

    Tramadol: drowsiness, dizziness. At night, after 4 hours suddenly wake up and can not fall asleep. The next day hang over Tilidin: chills, very strong drowsiness, panic attacks, dried out mouth, blood pressure increase, ambulance. Mydocalm: mild headache Diazepam: tiredness, shallow breathing, drowsiness