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Leann Says:
 
prescribed related to anxiety

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Verwon Says:
 
This is Hydroxyzine, it is prescribed for various uses, including nausea, allergic skin reactions, anxiety and etc.

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Leann Says:
 
Thanks for the info...

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Verwon Says:
 
Very welcome, I am happy to help anytime I can!

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Kenny Says:
 
Is there any across the counter medication similar to hydroxypam (generic for Vistaril) when used to treat anxiety? My prescription has run out and I don't see my new doctor until next month. I just need something comparable to the hydroxypam to help me with anxiety until then. Thanks.

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Car2010 Says:
 
Has anyone experienced a severe burning stomach at night after taking this drug and night eating? One night I vomitted, with my stomach on fire (almost called 911). - If i eat a small amount it doesnt happen.

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mc9184 Says:
 
I was perscribed this as a sleep aid, does it really work for anxiety?

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