Is A Round Blue 1 Mg Alprazolam Tablet Time-released

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Scotty Says:

I have been prescribed FOUR round blue 1 mg Alprazolam tablets to take one at a time for flight anxiety. Are these time-released? I've read NOT to cut time-release tablets. Thanks!

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EDDY Says:

They could be but if your doctor is prescribing 4 per day I would say no. Feel free to post the NDC # and manufacturer for further clarification

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Scotty Says:

Thanks. The Rx reads "Take one tablet by mouth for air travel." Since I'll be traveling to and from my destination on two different days, I plan to take only 1 tablet on a travel day. Had considered cutting the tablet in half as I've never taken this before.

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Scotty Says:

Thanks, Eddy. The Rx reads "Take one tablet by mouth for air travel." Since I'll be traveling to and from my destination on two different days, I plan to take only 1 tablet on a travel day. Had considered cutting the tablet in half as I've never taken this before. (I put my reply in the wrong place earlier. Sorry.)

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EDDY Says:

Generally if a pill is scored you are safe to break them in half. In fact if they are 1 mg you might be best doing so if not used to the effect, especially on an airplane.

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