Alprazolam Sr

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is there a difference between alprazolam XR and alprazolam SR with both 2mg?



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Verwon Says:

No! Both the XR and SR are just different abbreviations that stand for the same thing, they denote it as a controlled release medication. Some other abbreviations used for the same thing are ER and CR.

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michael Says:

xr (extended release) cr (controlled release) and er (again, extended release) as far as i can tell means that instead of digesting fast with a short half life and giving your body the drug all at once, it will release into your body a little bit at a time. i could be wrong, but i dont think i am.

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michael Says:

sr is probably (slow release) also

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cindy Says:

I was getting Alprazolam xr round purple, now I'm seeing a different doctor and he gave me Alprazolam 2mg. white oblong shape. I called and the nurse said it was still the 2mg er do they make the er 2mg oblong shape Alprazolam?

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