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Monday, November 10, 2008 Strikerepa, Community Member, asks

Q: Worried about Librium

If I took 2 5mg tablets of Librium how long would it stay in my stystem?

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11/11/08 2:14am

Hi Strikerepa,

 

Librium is a long acting benzodiazepine (it was the first in this class to be developed). There are two measure of Librium in the body, the drug itself in your bloodstream and the "active benzodiazepine metabolite" which is what the drug does once it is in your body.

 

The "half-life" of a drug refers to how long it probably takes for half of the drug to be out of your system.  The half life of Librium is estimated to be 5-30 hours, but the half-life of the active metabolite is estimated to be 36-200 hours.  There will be a number of half-lifes before the drug is completely out of your system, so with Librium there could very possibly be traces of it at 30-35 days.

 

Regards,

 

Jennifer L. Fee, Psy.D.

The Stress Masters

 

*Jennifer Fee, Psy.D. is a Psychologist, not a Psychiatrist. Psychiatrists prescribe medications, Psychologists study them, but the majority of Psychologists are not authorized to prescribe meds. or give you specific advice about them. Dr. Fee's answers are not intended to diagnose or treat any medical or mental disorder. Any information given in a post about medication is for educational purposes only, and primarily to aid you in having an informed discussion with your own Psychiatrist/Physician.

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jonny4681, Community Member
11/10/08 10:13pm

what do you meen ? you think it will end in your uirne

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jonny4681, Community Member
11/10/08 10:15pm

libieum will stay 24 hours

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By Strikerepa, Community Member— Last Modified: 05/08/14, First Published: 11/10/08