Diazepam 2mg vs 2.5mg pill size. I'm really confuse and scare. urgent!

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victor76
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Hi guys

For the past 2 years I have been taking 1 round little white pill of diazepam 2mg, well that's what the doctor told me and I can see the prescripcion says: 2mg, but today I didn't have any and I went to the ER doc to give me 3 pills for just 3 days ( I take 1 per night) he said that they only have 2.5mg ... i was kind of , well what to do now..he says, cut it....

When I got the pills i notice that the 2.5mg pill is a little smaller than the 2mg!!! how is that?

is someone playing with me or it's really like that?

Any experience from you guys?

thanks!

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    Hi Victor,

    Sounds like your ER person only had the 2.5mg as they had either run out or didn't carry the 2mg round tablets.

    2.5mg is still a fairly small dose so the . 5mg difference shouldn't have any noticeable effect.

    You can get some more 2mg ones from your doctor.

    Peace 🙏

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      Hi thanks for the quick feedback!

      Got a question... if i take the 2.5 once and then I back to 2mg the next day, will I get any bad symptoms?

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    Just google the pill by the numbers on it. You can look up diazepam 2mg or diazepam 2 mg and ask what the pill looks like. I just did it. Maybe that will help. They might have given you a higher dose. Be careful these pills can mess up your life. Very hard to come off of. Hope this helps. Ruby

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