What are the side effects of oxazepam?

What are the side effects of oxazepam?

Oxazepam may cause side effects. Call your doctor if any of the symptoms are severe or do not go away:

  • drowsiness.
  • dizziness.
  • tiredness.
  • weakness.
  • dry mouth.
  • diarrhea.
  • upset stomach.
  • changes in appetite.

Is Murelax the same as oxazepam?

The active ingredient in MURELAX tablets is oxazepam. Each MURELAX tablet contains 30 mg oxazepam. MURELAX 30 mg tablets also contain: magnesium stearate.

How long does it take Murelax to work?

Bowel movements usually begin within 1 hour of drinking the first dose, but it may take longer for some people. Don’t worry if you don’t start having bowel movements after drinking the first half of the MiraLAX. Continue to drink liquids and start the second half of the MiraLAX as instructed.

Can you overdose on Murelax?

If you take too much (overdose) You may need urgent medical attention. If you take too much Murelax you may feel drowsy, confused, tired, dizzy, have difficulty breathing, feel weak or become unconscious.

How long does it take for oxazepam to kick in?

Oxazepam has a slower onset of action (30-60 minutes) than some other benzodiazepines (such as diazepam). Peak effects are reached in two to three hours and the effects usually wear off within six to eight hours which means oxazepam typically needs to be taken three to four times a day when used for anxiety.

What is Murelax used for?

MURELAX is indicated for: 1. Management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety associated with depression is also responsive to MURELAX therapy. Anxiety or tension associated with the stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment with an anxiolytic.

Is oxazepam good for anxiety?

Oxazepam is used to relieve symptoms of anxiety, including anxiety caused by depression, and the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. This medicine may also be used to treat tension, agitation, and irritability in older patients. Oxazepam is a benzodiazepine.