Please explain me about the importance of Lonazep 0.25mg and its side effects. %0D%0A%0D%0AP.Halder

Question (Posted on :  12 Apr 2010 )


Please explain me about the importance of Lonazep 0.25mg and its side effects. P.Halder

Doctor's Response (Posted on : 12 Apr 2010 )


Lonazep contains Clonazepam, which is a benzodiazepine and is used as anxiolytic and for preventing convulsions (fits). It can cause drowsiness, weight gain and loss of sexual desire as side effects.


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