Xanax For Over 15 Yrs. Now I've Hit A Snag With Dr.

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Carol from NJ Says:


I have taken Xanax for over 15 yrs. My Doctor was wonderful. He has retired and I'm looking for an excellent Psychiatrist in Middlesex County, NJ. I've seen a few who will take Medicare, however, they're unwilling to prescribe the necessary amount. Now my
PCP is willing to write me a prescription, but afraid to give me the dose that is necessary. This past week I got a new RX for Xanax, however, the Pharmacy wouldn't dispense it to me until Jan. 4, 2017. So, I've been without since 12/22/16. Now, 12/31/16 I'm having symptoms of vertigo, nausea, and being just miserable. Waiting for Jan. 4, 2017, desperately to get here soon. It's really a shame. Nothing I can do.



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EDDY Says:

Just because you need to wait is no reason to not worry about having a stroke or other withdrawal symptoms, which are clearly setting in. If it gets real bad you must get to an E.R., no question about it. You mention you take a large dose and this has spooked your Doctor, and will be a giant Red flag with other providers as well. How much do you take? Less is best!

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Carol from NJ Says:

I am on 0.5mg 4x a day as needed. There was a time I was on 1mg 4x a day as needed. While on higher doses, I NEVER had any problems. I'm surprised people haven't been forced to buy a pack of cigarettes.

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