Is Oxcarbazepine A Benzodiazepine

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zenoxa od 600
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is zenoxa a better drug than frisium(clobazam) in terms of long term side effects ## Zenoxa contains the active ingredient Oxcarbazepine, it is an anticonvulsant that is also used to treat other conditions, such as mood disorders. Clobazam is a Benzodiazepine derivative, that is used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. As to which is safe long-term for any one person, it is really impossible to say. All medications effect everyone differently and you may not have a problem with something that made someone else severely ill. The main thing that is known is that the Benzodiazepine class medications, such as the Clobazam, have a much greater risk of abuse and addiction, Are there any other comments or questions? ## Regarding Autisim and OCD ## i think its not harmful and may not cause ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Frisium.
Sun, May 08 '16, 8:36 PM
simiar drugs to 463/93
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Is 463/93 similar to xanax? Name certain drugs in the same family as 463/93 ## Pill imprint 9 3 463 is Lamotrigine 100 mg. It is used in to treat anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, bordeline personality, and for seizure prevention. It is classified as a triazine anticonvulsant. ## I don't think that Lamotrigine is in the same class as Xanax since Alprazolam is an anti-anxiety medication, not an anticonvusant. ## Right, its not similar to Xanax ## @James, You were asking what the name of certain drugs were in the same family as Lamotrigine (a triazine anticonvulsant). The following meds are either classified as anticonvulsants OR possess some degree of anticonvulsant properties: Paraldehyde Phenobarbital Benzodiazepines (i.e. Xanax) Carbamazepine Oxcarbazepine Topir... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Wed, Apr 20 '16, 7:06 PM

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