Benzodiazpines With Zubsolv

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JJ Says:
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Hello. I'm on zubsolv, but have been dealing with a panic disorder for almost a year now and it's getting worse. I'm having them everyday all day and i was wondering if you are monitored by the doctor will they prescrible you a low dose of any kind of benzodiazpine?

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Dana Says:
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If the doctor knows you're an addict the doctor who is supposed to prescribe the benzos won't give them to you because it's addicting. At least that's what my psych doctor told me. She said I'm not allowed to give you anything addicting that people feel high off of.

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VerFree Says:

Some doctors will, and some won't, it really depends on their preferences, and how often they are monitoring you.

As Dana stated, some will not prescribe another possibly addictive medication, such as a benzodiazepine, which includes medications such as Xanax, and Valium.

Have you discussed it with your doctor to see if your panic disorder is related to the Zubsolv?

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