Reading some of the reviews make me wonder why if Serax is so good, why does it not get prescribed more often? Are there severe contraindications?
The reason why this medication is not more often prescribed is because it is highly habit-forming. It's a class 4 controlled substance and it is a benzodiazepine; therefore, it's usually a last resort medication, meaning most other alternatives have been exhausted before settling on this one. Hope this helps.
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