Benadryl vs Librium

Benadryl
Librium
Other name: Unisom Unisom
Other name: Chlordiazepoxide HCl Chlordiazepoxide HCl
Satisfaction Score
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3.7
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
?
4.1
Very Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Withdrawal Symptoms
3.5
Concern level
1.4
Helpfulness
for Withdrawal Symptoms
3.4
Concern level
1.3
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Allergy
Itching
Hives
Rash
Insomnia
Swelling
Anxiety*
Nausea
Headaches*
Cough
Vomiting
Withdrawal Symptoms*
Sleep Disorders*
Sneezing
* Off label
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Withdrawal Symptoms*
Anxiety
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
Panic*
Sedation
* Off label
Method of use:
Injection, Ointment, Pill
Method of use:
Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode:
OTC
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Chlordiazepoxide , is a sedative/hypnotic drug and benzodiazepine. It is marketed under the trade names Angirex, Klopoxid, Librax (also contains clidinium bromide), Libritabs, Librium, Mesural, Multum, '''Novapam...
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Top Concerns
Ben
Depression
7
Addiction
6
Bleeding
3
Tingling
2
Wheezing
2
Paranoia
1
Chicken Pox
1
Nightmares
1
High Blood Pressure
1
Joint Pain
1
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Lib
Sweating
6
Hallucinations
4
Irritability
4
Weight Gain
4
Euphoria
4
High Blood Pressure
3
Psychosis
3
Suicide
3
Exhaustion
2
Paranoia
2
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Bleeding
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Lib
3
0
Tingling
Ben
Lib
2
0
Wheezing
Ben
Lib
2
0
Paranoia
Ben
Lib
1
2
Chicken Pox
Ben
Lib
1
0
Nightmares
Ben
Lib
1
0
High Blood Pressure
Ben
Lib
1
3
Joint Pain
Ben
Lib
1
0
Sweating
Lib
Ben
6
0
Hallucinations
Lib
Ben
4
0
Irritability
Lib
Ben
4
0
Weight Gain
Lib
Ben
4
0
Euphoria
Lib
Ben
4
0
High Blood Pressure
Lib
Ben
3
1
Psychosis
Lib
Ben
3
0
Suicide
Lib
Ben
3
0
Exhaustion
Lib
Ben
2
0
Paranoia
Lib
Ben
2
1
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About Benadryl
Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Benadryl
About Librium
Chlordiazepoxide , is a sedative/hypnotic drug and benzodiazepine. It is marketed under the trade names Angirex, Klopoxid, Librax (also contains clidinium bromide), Libritabs, Librium, Mesural, Multum, '''Novapam...
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Librium
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