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4 Reasons Why Ask DoctorBase is the Most Efficient Way to SEO and Establish Your Brand Online

  1. Ask DoctorBase is a free service for patients on the DoctorBase platform - currently servicing over 6 million American patients of record.
  2. All answers submitted by healthcare professionals (you) are for entertainment purposes only and do not constitute doctor-patient relationships. All patients must agree to this before using Ask DoctorBase.
  3. Our software and our Marketing Engineering staff review each answer and optimize your answers for keywords valuable to your specialty. It is a well kept secret that doctors (you) - not SEO consultants - are the ones who have the most valuable content prized by search engines. Ask DoctorBase "unlocks and optimizes" your content in the most efficient manner possible with today's technology.
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Molly Maloof, MD

Director of Clinical Content


I have a friend that got lorazepam 0.5 yesterday and has taken all of them within 12pm to about 4:30 pm today. what can happen to him?
  • Female | 32 years old

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How many pills did he take? You may want to take him to the ER .
how many pills that person has taken?
Lucyna Kolakowska
Get them to the ER. An overdose of a tranquilizer can be fatal.
This is a concerning problem! Was this a suicide attempt? Or just uncontrolled anxiety? In any case the added concern is if there was any other drug or alcohol...THEY NEED AN EMERGENCY EVALUATION NOW.
How much has he taken? Would take him to the ER If not sure
Shehwar Khan
How many is all of them? The toxic dose of Lorazepam, which would cause death is about 45 mg. If he used alcohol along with the Lorazepam death could occur at a much lower dose. Tranquilizers are dangerous, addicting and you can develop tolerance to their effects.
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Anand Balasubramanian