Agoraphobia is found among people who take Ativan, especially for people who are male, 50-59 old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Seroquel, and have Anxiety . We study 36,728 people who have side effects while taking Ativan from FDA and social media. Among them, 41 have Agoraphobia. Find out below who they are, when they have Agoraphobia and more.
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Ativan has active ingredients of lorazepam. It is often used in stress and anxiety. (latest outcomes from Ativan 38,886 users)
Agoraphobia (extreme or irrational fear of crowded spaces or enclosed public places) has been reported by people with type 2 diabetes, drug ineffective, agitation, diarrhea, insomnia (latest reports from 990 Agoraphobia patients).
On Aug, 25, 2016
36,728 people reported to have side effects when taking Ativan.
Among them, 41 people (0.11%) have Agoraphobia
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease last year. I am a 55 year old female. I suffer from depression, panic disorder and agoraphobia. It is a vicious cycle as I feel depressed, self-conscious and as a result have become agoraphobic. Some days I am so depressed I feel like I am waiting to die. does anyone else feel this way?
I am suffering and can't take much more sucicide is the only answer to end the pain i feel lousy. And I ain't getting better I've tried a few therapists and i didn't feel much better i feel sick a lot of the time
when i start falling asleep i feel like im dreaming and awake at the same time. I feel like i;m thrashing and something is holding me down. This started when i began taking the antabuse with the amitriptyline. I wake up very early and am exhausted. Iwonder if this is a bad combination
I think I have been over medicated, was taking several medications, have had to have three plasma exchanges due to medications. During this time my legs and arms have started contractors, spasms. I also started having anxiety because of getting hot flashes from the core of my body. I don't know ...
I have been taking a low dose of Ativan .5mg for anxiety related insomnia. This was tolerated well until just recently, when I began to have muscle twitching. I am on other medications for blood pressure and thyroid, but have been taking these for many years. I suspect the muscle twitching ...
I have some pretty serious anxiety issues that have gone untreated for years...until now. Currently I am taking ativan 1 mg every 6 hours and lyrica 150 mg (I believe) twice daily. I am unsure of the lyrics dosage due to the fact that I'm currently in the hospital, and just began the lyrica ...
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