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Larry Bailey Says:

I am a Vietnam veteran with PTSD. I took this drug for several years and it was a big help. Now Doctors are saying that they will not prescribe this medication because it'a addictive. It is not addictive to me. I need more information on the availability of this medication.

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Verwon Says:

Did you mean Tranxene, which contains the active ingredient Clorazepate, which is used to treat anxiety?

It is a Benzodiazepine derivative, so it can be habit forming and addictive.

It is still available, but it is considered a controlled substance and doctors do have to be careful in the prescribing of such.

You can read more about the medication here and see that its habit forming tendencies are clearly warned about:


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