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Anxiety medication that is a small white pill that melts under your tongue and works in 20-30 minut?

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tonyplake 1 Aug 2014

Hi, michtmbh,

No, I cannot answer your information without more details. Try google-ing the pill details on it i.e. color, any numbers or letters, and if those numbers/letters are on both sides of the pill. Plus also indicate what the pill is prescribed for - nausea, pain, etc.

Tony

glimp1961 1 Aug 2014

I am simply replying to your question michtmbh because I have never taken an anxiety pill that you place under your tongue. It may be something new or are you sure it wasn't for your heart? The only other pill that I use that goes directly under my tongue that has to dissolve is a B-vitamin. I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help but I will seriously call my doctor or emergency room to try to find out what the medication is and what it is for. WebMD also has all pills and their shapes that are listed where you may look up the med.

Jackwau57 2 Aug 2014

Zyprexa is a small white pill for anxiety that has a fairly new version that melts under your tongue. but it works for anxiety. It is not prescribed for anxiety.It is prescribed as an anti-psychotic or anti-depressant. My ex-wife was on it for a while is the only info I have about it.

plusku 2 Aug 2014

Can't be totally sure but try looking up Ativan and see if it looks like what you described.

tk1966 9 Aug 2014

I don't know if its prescribed for anxiety alone but try looking up remron. It's a white pill that devolves. under your tongue. I took it for awhile but not just for anxiety. It worked though. I just couldn't afford it. Kinda pricey if you don't have insurance.

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