Does Xanax Xr 2mg Broken In Half Still Work As Or Do You Lose All The Medicine

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Verve Says:


Will broken xanax XR 2mg still have the same properties as xanax? Do you lose the XR or does it make it a xanax ir? Will cutting in half cause the medication to not work at all?




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Verwon Says:

Hello, Verve! How are you?

You don't lose the medication, but it could cause too much of it to be released, at once, which could cause an overdose. Thus, it is best to take them whole, as prescribed.

The FDA lists this medication as being a benzodiazepine that is most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. It carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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lilypad Says:
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Of course you dont lose the medicine. Actually, you will find that it'll hit you just a little faster.

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Tami Says:
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My Dr cut me completely off of Xanax ER 3 MG, but I do have 2 mg fast acting to take if needed..He upped my Lexapro and put me on 20 mg of Buspirone HCL.. What are my withdrawal symptoms going to be like? This is my 1st day without it but I need to know what's to come..Thank you

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EDDY Says:

If you have 2 MG IR pills Tammy there shouldn't be any symptoms of withdrawal. Many people don't like the XR because they don't work as quickly. As a rule all extended relief pills should never be broken in half

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Tami Says:
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They are 3 mg XR.. should I have withdrawals from being completely cut off?

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Tami Says:
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I'm sorry he cut me off of 3 mg Xanax ER..Will there be withdrawals?

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EDDY Says:

You mentioned you also have the 2 mg IR pills. There is no doubt you can suffer serious withdrawal problems. DO NOT stop or go cold turkey

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EDDY Says:

Supplementing regular Xanax will be 100% acceptable as long as you don't run out. Look into different detox methods like Ashton

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