Is Risperdal Narcotic

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Is Risperdal (risperdone)like Alprozalam(xanax)
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I am wondering if Xanax (a benzo-) is like Risperdal (a benzi-) and if the two are related in any way. ## HELL NO! be careful with this drug by now you have prob. had the side effect but the should go away when you stop takeing it ## ANY drug I'm prescribed that's a narcotic I take very sparingly, not very often, almost to the point of being paranoid. Usually, the only time I take Xanax is when I absolutely CANNOT sleep. Be careful! ## i have taken xanax for years n the dr put me on respridol are they the same ## NO!! One is anti-anxiety the other is anti-psychotic. Due to the side effect profile Risperal should not be used unless you have clinical diagnosis of psychotic disorder. ## Risperdal is occasionally used off-label to help those with mental disorders who have trouble sl... ...
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Sun, Oct 29 '17, 8:03 AM
is the drug resperdol considered a narcotic
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a friend of mine is addicted to resperdol, i am very concerned and want to know more about this drug? ## Risperdal contains the active ingredient Risperidone. This is NOT a narcotic, but rather a very potent antipsychotic medication and it's abuse can be very dangerous. ...
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Wed, Jan 21 '09, 10:15 AM
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I have taken 1 shot Fenatyl. Stupidity!! My other medication given by doctors prescription, pr day is 240 mg ritalin, 54mg conserta, 8 mg apodorm. 8 mg subuxone, 6 mg rivotril,30 mg.remeron and 3mg.risperdal.I have used narcotics over 10 years and are now trying to just use legal medecin. What shall I do,? I am afraid that this singel shot can do me terrible harm! ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ritalin.
Thu, Nov 03 '11, 1:15 PM

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