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... My hard drive went out while I was on the board. Replaced it, set it up and that one had a failure. This one seems okay now, finally. ... (25 replies)
... Everyone has given you some pretty good answers there. Xanax does have a short half life and is more intense in the first couple of hours like hry33 said but it does build an around the clock effect that will make you very groggy. ... (13 replies)
How to help?
Jan 24, 2004
... I would like to give some opinions here only and also some facts that happened to me being somewhat in the same situiation as your mate. ... (6 replies)

... I wish I could tell you that there's some magic cure out there, but sadly I can't. ... (3 replies)
... I would suggest that you ask your Doctor this question. ... (5 replies)
... OK, here's the story. Bear with me here.... I have a pretty bad panic disorder and have been on xanax for about 8 months or so. Wednesday I found out that I had to work on thursday. ... (13 replies)
... I got your message on the other board, however, I have no experience with Celexa. ... (8 replies)
... ll, should be dropping 0.25mg at a time. Also you are on extended release which is not regular xanax, so drop 0.25mg, not 0.5mg. You can not just say, "I"m going to drop off a certain amount every week". The doctor is only going by "General rule of thumb", which there really isn't any. ... (25 replies)
... You of course are a smart user of xanax that understands that more means less. lori j is a smart xanax user by being able to not use it. Your Doctor seems to know exactly how to put something to you so you understand that you take the least you need to manage the condition not try to cure it. ... (13 replies)
... I never took the XR version, but when I was still taking the regular Xanax I did ask my Doctor about it and he told me I'd be better off to just stay with the regular Xanax. ... (2 replies)
... in tumor until I got diagnosed. I have seen 2 CBT therapist and have been on and off different meds. I always take myself off of pills because I feel that I can get through this on my own with breathing, positive thinking etc.. I have had panic attacks that I can get through on my own with no medication. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not trying to be nosy here, just a question... ... (12 replies)
... You are right, Xanax XR does not come in a generic form nor does it last all day...........I take mine three times per day.......... ... (9 replies)
... r you that you have finally got some answers. Boards like these are good for that. That website has saved alot of people from endless suffering. Withdrawals from Xanax definately include panic attacks, so like you said, after it wears off, here comes the rebound hyperexcitability! So simple yet ignored by the medical community. ... (9 replies)
... I'm glad that you're going to try the Lexapro! I was first prescribed 10mg pills but I cut them in half and only took 5mg's for the first week. I ended up staying on 5mg's for an additional week because I was having nasty heartburn but I was prescribed Nexium and that helped. ... (4 replies)
... Are you getting these from a GP or someone else. I found that GP's hand you anything to get you out of their office in the least amount of time possible. If I were you and had the money to do so, or the insurance I would see someone who deals with meds only, say a pharmacologist. ... (9 replies)
... No problem taking the 1mg tonight, will get a good sleep probably and you need that. You can get all kinds of things besides mood swing as far as emotions and moods going off, especially when not level doing so. Stay with 2mg a day for as long as you need. ... (25 replies)
... l find out a lot about xanax. it makes panic attacks go away and does not make you feel sick, believe me i know. it is NOT an anti depressant, it does not work the same way, not the way you are thinking. you can not take it long term. you need to see a doctor. ... (15 replies)
... First of all, what your doctor did is unethical. ... (13 replies)
... You are going to go through a lot of different phases with this. It is easy to get agitation when you are going to be confronted about something that even if you explained it very clearly and they agreed that they understand it, they really don't. ... (5 replies)

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