Purata Oxazepam

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CHARMAINE Says:


I am using Venlor 150mg once a day and Adco-Alzam 3 x per day for angxiety. The doctor doctor told me not to use it on a long term, but I have used it for three years now. Ihave asked him to give me something saver than the Alzam which I can use on a long term but he is stil finding out for the right medication. I would like to know if the Purata oxazepam does the same as the Alzam and if it it saver on a long term please.



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Charmaine! How are you?

And yes, the Oxazepam is very similar to the Alzam, so it carries the same risks and side effects.

Learn more Oxazepam details here.

Have you tried any of the SSRI antidepressants that can help with anxiety?

You may want to talk to your doctor about them and see what's available for you try.

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Tessa Says:

Hi,
I struggle with anxiety which leads to panic attacks for 5 years now. I think my fear for panic attacks got way more out of hand than the panic attacks itself. I've been using Purata 15mg for 3 years now... I only take 1/2 of a 15mg tablet at 16H00 and the other half just before bed time. I can go a few days without them when my anxiety is manageable without any withdrawal symptoms. A friend recommend that I rather use Adco-Alzam 0,25mg in the same way... but I don't know the tablet and I don't want to use something that would make me need higher dosages for the same effect in treatment. In the last 3 years, there were only 3 incidents where I took a whole 15mg Purata due to really bad panic attacks in public, but I have never got to the stage where it felt like I need a higher dosage or that 1/2 a tablet isn't working anymore. What would you suggest? Purata or Adco-Alzam... and managing the use of the tablets really well and responsible, are there long term dangers using meds for anxiety? Thanks for your input.

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