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Xanax lorazepam difference

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Dr. Srikanth Reddy MD

hello my name is XXXXX took xanax for 5 years and I stopped working and I was feeling sick and sent me the emergency room doctor for the anxiety and panic lorazepam 1mg, but I feel like my stomach when ... View answer

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Dr. Chintan Solanki MD

Is there less side effects taking Librium vs. Lorazepam? I am very sensitive to medications but need an anxiety medicine. I was told by my doctor to take the lorazepam that I have in my house, take ... View answer

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Dr. R.A. Singh MD

taking several different medications such as Lorazepam, Trazodone, Divalprodex, and Fluoxetine. I don ... View answer

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Dr. Chintan Solanki MD

i want to know the difference between xanax xr 3 mg tab a regular xanaz and should it give me a headach/ ... View answer

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Dr. Srikanth Reddy MD

I was on suboxone for 3 years. The doctor treating me moved away. A different doctor came from ... a doctor who will take me because I also take Xanax . I also have depression and when I went on suboxone I ... View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

I asked my doctor for a refill for .5mg lorazepam. After I left his office, I noticed the prescription is for .5mg xanax. Do these drugs perform the same functions or do I need to contact my doctor ... View answer

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Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

seizure. The only medication my dad used to take was amolopine 2.5 mg and lorazepam for his Meiners disease. I did lot of browsing and read from blogs about lorazepam ,I checked with my dad abt... View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

I have been taking xanax for over 2 yrs. dose is .05 3 times a day. It is not as effective ... taken klonopin in the past an d that seemed to work very well! I also have taken lorazepam but can ... View answer

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Dr.  Gourav Monga MD

I cant sleep . Got prescribed larazapam after xanax wasntt doing the trick. I took it at 1015 now its 130 and ijust got done puking my guts out. Its a long story but i think the bottom line its from ... View answer

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Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash MD

I was on Xanax 0.2 for many years to help with my anxiety from age 25 until age 48. the doctor ... to southern Missouri and they have me on Lorazepam 0,5. I am still having bad anxiety attacks. after being on... View answer

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Dr.      Nidhi Setia MD

Hello Both are benzodiazepines. Lorazepam 2mg=xanax 0.5 mg. Thanks

Dr. Vishal Garala MD

Hi It can be taken with caution . Low doses are advisable. Lorazepam is also safe alternative . Say thank you if you are helped .

Dr. Anantharamakrishnan MD

Welcome to Health Care Magic Yes, it can Both increase and decrease are known side effects – in different people Discuss with your Psychiatrist, if need be / there are alternatives... Wishing speedy recovery