FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: VERSED

User Comments:


For Light Sedation “Had it for oral surgery IV. Since then I have had loss of hair. A fairly large amount. Just wondered if anyone else had this problem.”

Mona Gail (taken for less than 1 month) January 22, 2018


For Light Anesthesia “I had Versed for a Colonoscopy ~14 years ago. I was not told in advance I would be “put out” and my memory be erased. After been hooked up to the IV, for pain management, the nurse said “you don’t want to remember this anyway.” I went out as the procedure started and woke up in recovery. I went home and shook for 4 hours. For the next 10 years or so my short-term memory was impaired. I attended a service school thereafter and had a lot of trouble remembering items for tests. I normally do very well . I have reoccurring nightmares of the procedure (PTSD?). This is terrible drug, it is immoral to erase one’s memory without their full understanding in advance. I bear a lot of animosity towards the clinic. I will never allow its use again”

Brown Bear December 1, 2017


For Light Anesthesia “I blindly accepted this poison for my first cardiac catheterization and first colonoscopy. It did NOTHING during the procedures. I remember everything and felt everything. What it did do was make permanent changes in my ability to remember things – especially names. Since then, I’m also frequently searching for common words. I list Versed as an allergy now so it’ll never be used on me again.”

JDS25 (taken for less than 1 month) April 27, 2017


For Light Anesthesia “Had Versed for cataract surgery. OK post surgery but woke up from nap afterward with uncontrollable emotions, terrifying. It’s 3 1/2 months later and I’m still having occasional flooding of anxiety and depression. Also had memory problems for 2 months. horrific experience, I will never be given this drug again.”

Sherimno March 23, 2017


For Light Sedation “Worked almost immediately for spinal injection anxiety”

DFec January 28, 2017


For Light Sedation “I was given Versed during a surgery on 12-27-2066, starting on 12-28-20016 and through the next two days I have been having periods when my heart starts beating wildly for no reason and other periods that it seems to slow and flutter. I needed to return to Dr.’s office for an EKG, but nothing was happening during the time of the test, so he saw nothing. This should pass in time, but who wants to mess with this for days to weeks after surgery? Five days after surgery I still can’t focus my eyes together properly, and my vision is still blurry, and I am l a little dizzy. Close up objects are perceived as double.”

No Versed For ME! (taken for less than 1 month) January 1, 2017

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