I love valium. It was prescribed for me when I was in my 20s. But no matter how many we take, I still don’t think I’ve gotten the hang of it. I’ve always had a hard time sleeping through the night. And while I’ve been able to get through those nights, the anxiety around having a baby has made my mood and sleep patterns difficult to manage.
This is nothing new: My boyfriend is 5 years my junior, and his wife is pregnant with our first. So my anxiety around the pregnancy has been that much of a problem, and I feel like Ive got to do something about it. And the prescription medication I take for anxiety has helped a lot, but I wanted to share because its a little more fun to take than just popping your pill. And also because it is the first time Ive actually had valium in my possession.
I have to say that I have had the opposite experience with valium. Not only have I had to stop using it due to all the anxiety, but I also had to stop taking it after only a week or so because it had started making me anxious. I think taking the medication for a good while after having it, and then having it out of the reach of anyone who might be able to inject it, will be good for me.
The first time I had valium, I was taking a bit of an adventure. I was off work for some weeks. I was spending a lot of time at home, not being able to go out, sleeping in, and working on my new project. A couple of weeks into my vacation, I got a call that my doctor was calling me up, and he told me that I had to stop taking the medication due to my anxiety and paranoia. He suggested that I go see a psychiatrist.
Yes I’m that paranoid! That’s exactly what I did. I went. I saw a doctor who prescribed me the Valium. I started to take it for a while. I started to find it really helped with my anxiety. It really helped with my paranoia. I started to get really good at it. I started to feel like I was not that crazy person that I looked in the mirror every morning and knew was there. Things just didn’t bother me anymore.
Valium is another drug used to treat anxiety and depression. But its use in pregnancy is controversial, because it can cause some women to become addicted to the drug. (And to a certain extent, the effects of Valium can change as the mother’s body becomes used to the drug). I don’t have a lot of experience with valium, but I would be concerned about it and its effects on pregnant women.
The effects of Valium on pregnant women are a bit of a grey area. Because of the long-term effects of the drug on the fetus (including a possible risk for Down Syndrome), there are guidelines and recommendations that a pregnant woman is to be monitored for Valium. But there is also the possibility that Valium could be abused and used by women who are not pregnant.
There are a few ways you can abuse Valium. It can be used to induce a euphoric high. It can also be used as a sedative to dull pain. But for women who are not pregnant, Valium can be abused by drinking it. Even in this case, it’s still possible that Valium could be abused by women who are not pregnant.
The first person who has been dosed with Valium has a very high chance of having a miscarriage, even if it wasn’t administered during the pregnancy. The second person who has been dosed with Valium has a very high chance of having a miscarriage too.