Purata And Urbanol

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Annelize Says:

What is the difference between Purata and Urbanol and for what do you use them? Which one is the best to use with 10mg Lexamil an 120mg Gyn Gem.I also use Stilknox sleeping pills to sleep!I drink 5mg Urbanol one in the morning and one at night and i dont feel a difference !

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Verwon Says:

Urbanol contains the active ingredient Clobazam, which is a Benzodiazepine that's used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.

Purata contains the active ingredient Oxazepam, which is a different Benzodiazepine that's used to treat the same conditions.

And which one has your doctor advised you to use? Is your doctor aware of the other medications?

If the Urbanol isn't working for you, you should alert you doctor to this fact, as you may need to use a different medication.

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Annetjie Says:

Good day, I want to know if Purata is the same as Urbanol? Just a slow release , as urbanol is not a slow release.

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Elize Says:
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Can you take urbanol and purata together?

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Roy Says:

Re: Elize (# 3)

I checked for interactions between Clobazam and Oxazepam (the alleged active ingredients of these two medications) through UCLA Health, and it states: "Use clobazam with other benzodiazepines with caution due to the potential for increased risk of drowsiness and sedation"

So, you should check with your doctor since both of these drugs are in the same class of medicines.

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