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How long does it take to get loxapine out of your system?

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suzanne66 21 Sep 2010

The mean plasma elimination half-life of loxapine is reported to be 4 hours. The full range is from 1 to 14 hours in healthy adults.

For a drug to be totally eliminated from your system it takes 5.5 times the half life.

If we take the maximum time of 14 hours times 5.5, it will be in your system for approximately 77 hours i.e. 3 days, after your final dose. free discount card

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