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yes. I have already told you. I have informed the daughter that she shold stick to what has been prescribed by the GP. What makes it difficult is that the directions on the Diazipam say "take as required" so the daughter is doing nothing wrong. My question is to find out from a GP if the occasional withdrawing of the diazipam could be causing the mother distress. I know it is but I am not qualified to say so. The amount is small but the mother is tiny so the drug surely is relative to weight. It does seem to affect her when she does not have it and I find it all distressing.
I have reported my observations to the daughter. She can also observe herself what is happening. My question has not been answered. I am asking if this small amount of diazipam. in your opinion or shall we call it an educated guess even. Can this small amount of diazipam make such a difference if it is with held. This is my question.