i ahve been taking xanax for a few months now, dr prescribed 2 mg a day. i have at times taken up to 5 mg a day but usually just 2. but the hell u go thru when u dont have any. i just want off. anybody have any ideasm home rememdies. i take 10/325 percocets for pain, i got a cracked thigh bone. i went one whole day with no xanax saving my last mg for this morning. didnt really help much. my friend gave me some 2mg klonopins to hold me over till i get a script or something but i really just want off. thanx in advance.
9 May 2010
Waiting 7 weeks for an answer is not even cool come on people we are suppose to be here to help. Anyway I think I have a solution to your problem tell your doc. you would like to start tapering off the xanax and you need their help honestly they should not have a problem with this since they really don't like prescibing xanax to begin with. So you take 2mg try the 1mg and then try 0mg and see how this goes I never had a problem quitting i just stopped no withdraws nothing and I took like 12mg a day or more it really should not be that bad but our body's are all made different hope this helped you some good luck to you.
22 Sep 2010
I was prescribed Xanax for about 20 years. I cut my dosage in half every 7-10 days, taking a prn dose when needed. I was off in 6 weeks. I had 90 .5mg tablets that I hung onto as a security blanket for about 6 months when I tossed them out.
I was on 1mg t.i.d. (3mg daily) when I started titrating off.
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