Doctors Willing To Prescribe Xanax In New Jersey
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I suffer from severe panic attacks on a daily basis. im a perfect example of a person that needs medicine and is unable to get it because of so many people abusing prescription drugs. I have such severe anxiety and panic attacks and cant find a doctor to prescribe me xanax because im only 25 and its so addicting. but what they dont understand that i should be on xanax for the rest of my life because my anxiety is so bad. So if any1 knows a doctor in the monmouth county area of new jersey that will prescribe me xanax please let me know...thank u



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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: Richad (# 248)

Thank you for saying what my life has been and how xanax taken properly has saved my life. Disabling anxiety is no joke. You could be talking about me. You understand just like my retired dr did.
He told me after trying all the SSRI meds that did nothing to go on xanax or I would be weaving baskets. I was finally free living ..actually living just like everyone else. I donot abuse my medication. I am too smart educated and know its wrong. Thank you Richard for putting it in my words that I try to tell .

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 252)

No I have not been cut off...never said that. I am prescribed xanax..I was talking about a dr I saw that took me and my husband as patients and then abandoned me after telling me never go off meds...or I can seizure..then months in she abandoned me...psychiatrist told me she was unethical.

You don't know what you're taking about...you are not me. You obviously have no concern or concept of what a panic attack feels like or does to your body and give.

And if anyone believes you should inject bleach or lysol you're the one who desperately needs psychological help.

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 252)

No I have not been cut off...never said that. I am prescribed xanax..I was tslking about a dr I saw that took me and my husband as patients and then abandoned me after telling me never go off meds...ir I can seizure..then months in she abandoned me...psychiatrist told me she was unethical.
You don't know what you're taking about...you are not me.

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EDDY Says:

BKLYNGIDGET (# 250) --

So your Doctor did retire and you've been cut off, thinking of suing for abandonment, let us know how that goes? I've never heard someone talk up the magical qualities about Alprazolam, you rival the My Pillow guy promoting toxic Oleander for COVID19 Injections & Supplements ? Many great medicines on the market, most won't cause a stroke, a heart attack, or death if you stop it, Xanax can! I'm glad you have accomplished all these wonderful things in life and wish you only the best . Xanax is EVIL

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: Richad (# 248)

Richards...my life exactly.
People and drs should walk in my shoes ...they wouldn't have a life..just an existence.
Everything you said is about me. Im 72 now. My dr of 40 yrs retired. He knew me...Im on government disability for Anxiety..was seen ny government psychiatrist and he agreed . You dont know the trouble Im having since my dr retired..they say you're on it for life but refuse to givr it...and say dont stop or you'll have a seizure and die! What kind of medical caring is this. Wish people could walk in my shoes.
Ran out of stores for panic left groceries in cart.
Its hereditary...my daughter and grandson have it...some cousins too.
Drs know its hereditary..my daughter was told by pediatrician psychiatrist .
My anxiety controlled but with my dr retired anxiety up again...Cant get them to read my records...thinking of suing for abandonment.

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Scoff0meist Says:
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I know couple of doctors that I've gotten discharged from that write Xanax. I only have Medicaid at the moment so I can't really pay for a cash psych, and trust me there's a lot of cash psyches out there that will write for the money. I actually have a a good resource to give you an idea of what doctors in New Jersey are writing and what they're writing. I can hook you up with the site that's just Pro Publica, I don't know if you're familiar with it and also do not couple doctors in the Middlesex County area. I was discharged from another one in Union County, was just looking for the doctor that would write Adderal, Xanax, and antidepressants as well. You know, looking for 4 milligrams a day doctor that writes for these meds. I can get Roxicodone easier, can you believe that it's crazy? So if you want to talk her got more information let me know. {edited for privacy}

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: SayWhat (# 185)

Drs csn be sued for abandonment. If not for xanax I would have agoraphobic..not still married 50 yrs..wouldnt have driven...gone yo school functions...it gave my life back. Tried all ssri inhibitors didnt work...
Never go over my dose. Panic attacks were debilitating..losing play time with my kids etc.
I have disability from government psychiatrist
..was interviewed..its gived me a life. Why should I be hurt because people abuse it. What are bars? Im 72 need it for life. At my age go off it...it would kill me. Drs say on for life. Great..i have a very productive life because of xsnax. People should not have to be given more anxiety because of those hunting for a high. I had them several times a day....saved my marriage and life.

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Richad Says:

Re: EDDY (# 246)

I think we've all tried living our lives without them. For various reasons we have anxiety, disabling panic attacks, agoraphobia, etc....that in many cases has utterly destroyed our lives.Without benzodiazepines I never could have gotten married nor had a career, much less walked down the street or gone into a store. Yes, they are addictive, but would you tell a heart patient not to take his Beta blocker, or a diabetic to skip his Metaphormin? We are not talking about people who get anxious once in a while or even have a panic attack or two and think they know all about the condition. We are talking totally disabling anxiety that can be and is relieved by benzodiazopines...yes meditation 'helps' but does not cure....exercise "helps" but doesn't resolve the issue. Walk a mile in any of these peoples shoes THEN maybe lecture them about their medication being poison....but if you were like them...without medication...you couldn't walk that mile!.

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 246)

My dr did retire...and Psychiatrist originally prescribed them for me after everything else failed. I have been on disability for ptsd...government psychiatrist approved my disability diagnosis.

You know nothing about me..you can't group everyone who takes xanax all in the same group. My daughter is a nurse and my cousin a dr.
Ssri meds are poison.... they screw your brain... watch someone missing 1 dose. Addictive too....as is any med you gave to take for life. I take heart meds for life... born with heart problems. Had cancer 3x...survived...hit by car in head at 4... don't talk about what or who you don't know about!

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EDDY Says:

Re: BKLYNGIDGET (# 245)

I know what you are saying but I completely disagree. Xanax is a Poison. Try living your 'normal' life when not on them. The rebound anxiety and withdrawal symptoms are just as powerful (if not more) than the effectiveness of this medicine, and can even be deadly. What happens when your Doctor retires, moves away, or worse yet, stops prescribing them to you?

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: Helium (# 239)

Not a disaster...saved my life...if not for them I would be agoraphobic....no life..no kids no grandchildren....
Ptsd...anxiety on disability ...I tried all ssri medications. ..didnt work and they are addictive too. Seen my neice go off one....horrible..she wanted to die. Im on beta blocker for heart since im 32...im 72 now...they are for life too. So if something saves your life and you never go over your dosage it is meds that work for you...like diabetes meds...heart..bp meds..thyroid meds...they save lives. Dont group people all into the same group as those who abuse xanax for recreational purposes. Some people really need xanax as its what works!!

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BKLYNGIDGET Says:
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Re: Richard (# 240)

Same..been on same dose since 1990...never abuse them. It saved my life...would have been divorced or agoraphobic by now. I am on beta blocker Tenormin (yes on for life too). My dr retired last yr....he knew me ...came to Sloan when I had cancer...Finding a dr to give me script was horrible...they wouldn't even read my records. I was with dr 40 yrs....they tell me I have to take xanax for life.. but couldn't find one that would help. My husband and daughter who is a nurse were exasperated!

Found one but I dont like him....dont know what to do. Like a 72 yr old is drug hunting.....what is wrong with drs today? Read my records... PTSD... ANXIETY... DISABILITY... CANCER... ARRHYTHMIA... need a good competent dr who really wants to care for my health. Its impossible!

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Dee Says:
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I live in Tom's River NJ I need a Dr willing to prescribe Klonopins. I have cash or Medicaid . I take 2 MGS daily. Not enough.

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Scoff0meist Says:
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Hey guys dr rajapakse perth amboy nj

Is everybody out with 60 footballs right off the rip and he will titrate up from there usually usually if you're a woman I hate to say it but it seems he caters more women on the attractive side I guess. I don't know but it's an instant score for anybody looking for a quick script for two footballs a day hope I can help anyone out there suffering. I got discharged from there so maybe it'll help some of you guys.

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Scoff0meist Says:
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Hey guys check this out I hope this helped some of you I struggle to to find the adequate doctor to prescribe me that a good prescription I don't know if this link will be blocked. Pro Republica just type in that and Xanax and your state and it will come up the most doctors who write in the state.

https://projects.propublica.org/checkup/drugs/3282/states/new-jersey

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Richard Says:

Re: Helium (# 239)

Try not to provide your opinions as facts. I have been on the same dosage of benzos since it was first prescribed for anxiety attacks back in 1967...I've never needed more...thats my personal experience but not necessarily for others.....yes, they are addictive ...but so are many medications because without them people without taking Metaformin for their diabetes.....people with heart rhythm disorders taking beta blockers....are lost..they are on them for life. Symptoms i was put on benzos never got worse..in fact many disappeared forever...others remained but never got worse......again, if these things have happened to you..present them as your experience rather than scaring the people on this forum by presenting them as facts. They are not.

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Helium Says:
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Doctors are reigning in the amount of benzo prescriptions they write due to the abuse potential and addiction they create. After a few weeks the medicine stops working and the only relief you feel is the fact your not going into withdrawl. Nobody should be on any benzo for life as they destroy your gaba system and are linked to cognitive decline and even early onset dementia. You sound like exactly the type of case that proves the fact benzos are a disastous medication to be addicted to. After a few weeks on it the origional symptoms they masked actually get worse and you suffer rebound anxiety and severe withdrawl. Nobody should be on them for life and the medical community is now starting to stop prescribing them and are tapering people off them. Alprazolam are good once in a while for panic attacks but as for lifelong use they are terrible.

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Niki Says:
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Re: Lee (# 235)

There is stress care of nj very good place to help wean you off any Dr but desantos is the best takes all insurance call bc covid I'm ex patient hated the place bc went against my hips and took someone who called in yet they couldn't tell me who it was but call they'll help

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Rich Says:

Re: Bklyngidget (# 230)

I concur...i'm 73 and was on 40 mg of valium for many years then switched to 2mg lorazepam 3x day for the last 35(?) years......never needed more, never wanted more....now psychiatrist is retiring...scared sh*tless trying to find a new doc who will maintain my prescription..difficult because the fools in Congress don't understand the difference between opioids and benzodiazepines....yes they are addictive...and so is metformin to diabetics and beta blockers for heart arrhythmias. Benzos were never intended to be a recreational drug....people with panic disorder and general anxiety require them to function in a normal life....its disgusting whats happening.

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Bklyngidget Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

No he might actually need it for life. Several doctors told me that I have to stay on it for life. Tried lexapro, zoloft etc...only xanax has been a lifesaver. Dont go over my prescribed dose...only renew once a month....without it I would be home bound. ..it gave me my life back.

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