It really totally depends on how much of the oxazepam you're currently taking as well as your age (your metabolism). Only doctors can prescribe these items for a reason... According to wikipedia,
"Oxazepam along with diazepam, nitrazepam and temazepam, were the four benzodiazepines listed on the pharmaceutical benefits scheme and represented 82% of the benzodiazepine prescriptions in Australia in 1990-1991."
So it really does look like additional benzo's should be alright, unless there's some special details and conditions that are not included in the question, such as problems with the liver. Regarding anti-depressant's, I haven't looked up for interactions, but seeing that oxazepam is a benzo, the two shouldn't have any interactions other than perhaps being a bit more sleepy than is usral, and it all really depends on person to person reactions. Antidepressants make me tiered generally, but this isn't true with everyone.
Hope that this is of some help to you!
- Oxazepam Information for Consumers
- Oxazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxazepam (detailed)
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