Dormicum (Midazolam) 7.5mg

Dormicum (Midazolam) 7.5mg

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What is Dormicum / Midazolam and when is it used?
Dormicum / Midazolam is a fast-acting and powerful sleeping pill. Dormicum / Midazolam is indicated for the short-term therapy of severe sleep disorders. Dormicum / Midazolam is given in cases where the natural sleep rhythm is altered, especially in cases where it is difficult to fall asleep. Sleep usually occurs a few minutes after administration, at the latest after about 20 minutes.

Dormicum / Midazolam should only be given for severe sleep disturbances and for a short period of time (no more than 2 weeks). If your doctor wishes to exceptionally prescribe Dormicum / Midazolam therapy for a longer period of time, he should clarify with you whether the treatment should be continued; this check must be done regularly.

Dormicum / Midazolam contains benzodiazepine midazolam as the active substance.

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Can Dormicum / Midazolam be taken / used while pregnant or breastfeeding?
If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you can only take Dormicum / Midazolam on the explicit prescription of your doctor who is informed of your condition. Dormicum / Midazolam could cause fetal harm.

Do not administer Dormicum / Midazolam while breastfeeding.

How to use Dormicum / Midazolam ?
Follow your doctor's instructions for administering the drug. Adults: swallow the tablet, without chewing it, with plenty of water or fruit juice. So lie down. Your doctor will tell you whether you should take ½ -1 tablet of 7.5 mg or 1 tablet of 15 mg. After taking the tablet, the possibility of uninterrupted sleep lasting at least 6 hours must be ensured. Duration of treatment Dormicum / Midazolam can only be taken in case of severe sleep disturbances and for a short period of time (generally no more than 2 weeks).

Do not change the prescribed dosage on your own initiative. If you think the action of the drug is too weak or too strong, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. Contact us if you need help


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