i am a patient that is prescribed xanax 1mg twice a day as well as medication for m severe pain i only usually take the xanax once a day at night to help me sleep. i had a drug test at 2pm the next day after taking the xanax at 9pm the night before now i tested neg for xanax and now lost my doctor due to the xaxan not being in my urine. i do not understand this because everything i read says it detectable for up to three days well i took it about 17 hrs before and i tested neg. what do i do
21 Oct 2010
Im on vallum, and I asked to be put on xanex. I was told that he only gives it to geriatrics due to the fat a dose will last 2 hrs even if it says for . he told me out out of all the anxiety meds xanex was the most shortest actng meds which makes it more addicting than the others. Besides loosing a doc under that reason, there must be more to it than that just a thought
27 Oct 2010
I was just talking to my doc about switching from vallum to xanax and he told me that he did not want to switch me because even though it says it may last 4 hrs it actually may last 2 hrs and than your body needs more, he told m it was very shot lived out of all of the anxiety meds we spoke about so we are trying ativan, I was already on klonipin. I know there are more out there however those are the only ones I remember being on
- Xanax Information for Consumers
- Xanax Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Xanax (detailed)
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