Change Medication / Lorazepam 2mg And A Half To Vistaril 50 Mg

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Ellen Says:
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I take 1 and a half 2mg Lorazepam 3 times a day. What would be close to that? Vistaril 50 mg?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ellen! How are you?

Vistaril is not a benzodiazepine, so it doesn't work the same, though it does have sedative like effects, so it can be used to treat anxiety, panic disorders and insomnia.

On that note, it will likely make you more tired than the Lorazepam did, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience dizziness and dry mouth.

What has your doctor recommended?

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