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Molly Maloof, MD

Director of Clinical Content

benzo equiv question

my doc changed my 4 mg a day of klonopin to 20 mg a day of valium.. from what i can find the valium should be higher .. will i get withdrawl ? i have been on the klonopin 20 years or so

what would be 1mg of klonopin = to in valium
  • Complaint duration: 3 days
  • Medications: klonopin, valium
  • Conditions: anxiety, ptsd, depression

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VAlium and Klonopin are both benzodiazepines or minor tranquilizers. The difference is in length of action. Valium can last about 92 hours after a single dose and Klonopin about 12 hours. It is difficult to establish an equivalence, but approximately 1 gram of Klonopin is equivalent to about 10 mg of Valium. The problem is they last for different lengths of time. Also Valium is much more addicting than Klonopin or clonazepam. I would ask your doctor why he changed your meds.