Xanax Bp 633\ Are They Extended Release?
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melissa Says:
 
i have 8 to 10 panic attacks daily...please someone let me know if the xanax pie with BP 633 imprinted on it is extended release ....and why arent they working like the 2mg xanax "bars"?????

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crashlanding Says:
 
Oh my, I know exactly what the anxiety panic attacks feel like. I'll be sitting here, watching tv, or jamming music, and all of a sudden, something sweeps over me and I get all shakey and start panicking.

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John Says:
 
No BP633 Alprozalam Is Not Slow Release.

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AnxietYdrivenMADness Says:
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Xanax Xr works a HELL of a lot longer preventing anxiety while treating it.

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cool Breeze Says:
 
So Melissa, did they eventually take the edge off? i got a few of them myself and personally prefer the bars better. Cant wait to get my scripted filled tomorrow for those. They still work just takes s little longer and a little more. Are your a new yorker?

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Verwon Says:
 
Yes, these tablets do contain 2mgs of Alprazolam, the active ingredient in Xanax, however, they are not extended release, which is probably why they aren't working as well for you.

This is a Benzodiazepine, so it can be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Learn more:

http:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Alprazolam/­

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