So i went to the dentist and got evaluated for my wisdom teeth to be taken out. I was on day 3 when i went and i had anxiety like no other the dentist gave me a script for temazepam and extrastrenght vicodin witch is what i was quiting like to say now on day 6. But on next wednesday i might be put back thats the day i go. Im going to try and not fill the script unless i just cant tollerate the pain. Is temazepam addictive? He gave me 30 of those too! I dont want any kind of medication i thought last day one was it. Uhh so frustrated. Any advise is helpfull!
in europe its abused for its euphoric effects..its supposedly has more euphoria than other benzos...its widely abused...less in the US.....xanax is more often abused here..i think temazepam its weak as far as benzo...15mg is equivalent to 10mg diazepam
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