How many 0.5mg xanax equals a 2mg xanax?

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9 May 2010

The answer is 4.
0.5mg x 4 = 2mg.

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marjorie zych 10 May 2010

You are so right. It is four tablets to equal 2mg. It may be easier to get a new script for the higher does so you don't miscount, not saying you will but it is easier to have to take less pills just in case.

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