Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 015539/002.

Names and composition

"SERAX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of OXAZEPAM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
015539/002 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
015539/004 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
015539/006 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
015539/008 SERAX OXAZEPAM TABLET/ORAL 15MG

Similar Active Ingredient

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015539/002 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
015539/004 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
015539/006 SERAX OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
015539/008 SERAX OXAZEPAM TABLET/ORAL 15MG
070640/001 ZAXOPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
070641/001 ZAXOPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
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071715/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
071756/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
071813/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071814/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
071955/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
071956/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
071957/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
072253/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
072952/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
072953/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
072954/001 OXAZEPAM OXAZEPAM CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG

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Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Obdulia Rober 1 year ago.

Serax a.k.a. oxazepam is prescribed for anxiety, but you know that. A better drug might be Klonopin, because if its longer half life, and it is easier to stop using when it is no longer needed. Neither if these benzo's peak as quickly as Xanax, but the abuse potential and the addiction potential for Xanax is much greater. Lorazepam is also an option, but my personal opinion of Lorazepam is that it is only useful in very mild anxiety patients. Stick with the the Serax for a while and if you need something stronger, ask your doctor to prescribe Klonopin 1mg twice daily. Answered by Quincy Batzri 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before.... Asked by Vallie Vicars 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Lashanda Cottrill 1 year ago.

serax is newer drug for a wide range of symptoms relating to depression. did your dr possibly give you samples that you may have forgot about? ask your dr about this drug and how it may have gotten in your system. maybe have your dr do a retest (the other lab may have mixed your sample with someone elses.) if this is the case maybe the fair labor board could help you with this, or your dr. could steer you in the right direction Answered by Riley Shambrook 1 year ago.

in case you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/hypersensitivity meds......you will possibly desire to deliver jointly the packing boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. i think Serax is a binding agent that holds quite a few different issues jointly. yet, I noticeably recommend which you're taking those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergic reactions, and so directly to a various LAB your self, with the receipt or photocopy or enable them to photocopy the unique for it showing the place you paid for them/it, get the outcomes and then return to place that close the doorways. If Serax is among those listed interior the 'properties', yet no longer listed interior the climate area of the product, bypass back to the business enterprise that 'close the door on you' with the lab's checklist that it became modern-day in in spite of med you took, and which you were not conscious of it, and in the event that they nevertheless won't pay attention to reason, detect a sturdy CONTIGENCY criminal expert! take on the unique lab and the business enterprise-its significant to sparkling YOUR call!!!!!! i might inspite of the shown fact that recommend, bypass gently on the business enterprise-bypass after the lab THEY sent YOU TO! in case you SUE the business enterprise, you will play hell getting yet another pastime! word of having sued travels rapid and in spite of the actuality that Federal regulation prohibits info of why a guy or woman is grew to become away or fired- the sole element a business enterprise can say legally is that if asked in spite of if or no longer they might hire or rehire that guy or woman, they are in a position to declare confident or no. yet with the aid of regulation might desire to bypass away it at that. yet then you definately're additionally dealing with a 'instruct it', with the aid of fact the 'previous boy community' has greater connections than you're able to desire to ever think of! i became 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (criminal Secretary/device Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt pastime) interior the Southern States, with the aid of a keep foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's ft you step on-they may be related to the **** you will possibly desire to kiss later! *It wasn't till Crack grew to become so extensive-unfold that persons have been procuring OTCs and making their own heavy accountability narcotics with specific aspects interior the meds. Answered by Lauretta Dolhon 1 year ago.

Smoke a bowl. You failed already anyway, so what the heck? Answered by Sanford Given 1 year ago.

Dont Take it Answered by Lina Stimpson 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Synthia Velis 1 year ago.

Hi Michael, Have you ever been treated for anxiety before? Serax is an anti anxiety drug (not anti depressant) and is prescribed for short term relief. Psychiatrists don't generally jump into prescribing benzos to patients who have never taken them before, as they can be highly addicting. I have been on a long term anti anxiety drug called Neurontin. It is non addicting and works well. Good luck and take care of you! Dee Answered by Jenette Grealish 1 year ago.

try different road not drugs!!! they just spiral out of control good luck!!!! Answered by Tarra Collazo 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Asked by Candi Bradley 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Yahaira Osnoe 1 year ago.

My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Answered by Robyn Dark 1 year ago.

valium was originally meant to be used as a muscle relaxer but began being used for for sleep and nerves. now, many drugs are a member of the same family of benzodazepines. xanax,ativan,restoril,librium,valium and also serax are all basically used for the same things and are almost the same chemical. if you had any of the chemicals in your system they would have showed up the same because they are almost identical chemically. Answered by Tessa Zaldana 1 year ago.

If you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/allergy meds......you need to gather the boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. I believe Serax is a binding agent that holds several other things together. But, I highly suggest that you take those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergies, etc to a DIFFERENT LAB yourself, with the receipt or photocopy or let them photocopy the original for it showing where you paid for them/it, get the results and then return to place that shut the doors. If Serax is amongst those listed in the 'properties', but not listed in the ingredients section of the product, go back to the company that 'shut the door on you' with the lab's report that it was found in whatever med you took, and that you weren't aware of it, and if they still won't listen to reason, find a good CONTIGENCY LAWYER! Take on the original lab and the company-its important to CLEAR YOUR NAME!!!!!! I would however suggest, go lightly on the company-go after the lab THEY SENT YOU TO! If YOU SUE the Company, you'll play hell getting another job! Word of getting sued travels fast and although Federal Law prohibits details of why a person is turned away or fired- the only thing a company can say legally is if asked whether or not they would hire or rehire that person, they can say yes or no. But by law have to leave it at that. But then you're also facing a 'prove it', as the 'old boy network' has more connections than you could ever imagine! I was 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (Legal Secretary/Machine Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt job) in the Southern States, by a shop foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's toes you step on-they may be connected to the **** you have to kiss later! *It wasn't until Crack became so popular that people were buying OTCs and making their own heavy duty narcotics with certain elements in the meds. Answered by Selena Loughney 1 year ago.

Are you currently taking any prescription medications? Anything for anxiety/depression because Serax is an antianxiety med use to treat or manage this anxiety or withdrawal symptoms from an addiction such as alcohol. So, if this is inadequate information or you have some concerns your doctor could explain aswell. But if it's for a job, you just need to get a letter from your physician stating that you are taking the prescription under his or her supervision. There are diff names such as Novoxapam, Zapex just to name a few. Try not to worry to much but your questions should have be answered in a professional manner. Take care. Therapist #one. Answered by Ed Guzzetta 1 year ago.

I myself would look into hiring a lawyer. Go after the Lab that did your test, it is possible that they mixed up the specimens with someone elses or they have un-qualified, un-trained personnel handling the specimen. The equipment also could out of calibration, anything is possible as long as you know that you have not been doing drugs at any part of your life. Definitely I would start at the Lab, go to your local city's, or county or state health board to see if there are any complaints against them or if they had any violations in the recent past. Second, I would request to see my Medical records from the Doctors office or the hospital you go to. You have a right to look into your own medical records. Look at the drugs that were administered or prescribed to you in the past two years or so. Third I would have my Doctor write a notarized statement stating that you do not have the drugs in question in your system. That is what I would do. Go getem'!! Answered by Jayme Vesco 1 year ago.

Oxazepdam is given for anxiety. Benzodiazipan is a tranquilizer. If you honestly cannot figure this out you need to have you doctor test you. And these are prescription drugs, you should not be accused of abusing drugs and denied employment because of it. Labs make mistakes every day. And Usually a second test is done. Answered by Julio Taylar 1 year ago.

You need to take a close look at WHO you have been around. Maybe this was ingested without your knowledge. Answered by Dann Gehler 1 year ago.

yOU MAY HAVE EXPIERENCED a false positive. Do you by any chance take ambien? I was taking ambien one time Answered by Jacquie Devoe 1 year ago.

did someone slip you something??? you are not aware of? those results do not lie. stop-think-remember? Answered by Ossie Brundige 1 year ago.


I want to snort serax?
i was perscribed serax because of my anxiety 15 mg but it did nothingi have to take two. i was just wondering if snorting it would do the job quicker. im tired of falling apart because of the anxiety.... should i just ask for stronger meds? Asked by Muriel Newmann 1 year ago.

don't do it.. it's just like xanax which is gay. it makes you want to watch tv and do nothing, and makes you feel like a ...idk, zombie. i've taken xanax before, but i've never snorted anything. snorting stuff, is stupid. it's bad for you, and it will get you addicted wayyy quicer. not a good idea. if you want to tweak out that bad, just take an oxy. it's a good feeling, unlike serax. Answered by Dortha Thong 1 year ago.

Snorting Oxazepam Answered by Lianne Serandos 1 year ago.


Can any Benzo effect me sexaully at all many Serax?
i been on Serax 20mg for the past month for my anxiety... i feel like it slighty has .. could it be the serax or something else? Asked by Polly Giove 1 year ago.

Probably. You aren't being very specific so I can't tell exactly what it did Answered by Arminda Torrella 1 year ago.


How quickly does Serax work?
I was rx'd Serax for my social anxiety I would like to know how quickly it will work so I can use it appropriately. Asked by Roxane Allen 1 year ago.

It should have started working by now. If it hasn't, contact you doctor. Just take it as it was prescribed and don't deviate from that. You don't want to mess with benzodiazepines. Answered by Faviola Selis 1 year ago.


Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax?
Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax? Asked by Melany Cieloha 1 year ago.

NO. Do NOT do this. You would lose consciousness and most likely die. Answered by Maryalice Ingle 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Jesusa Brinkly 1 year ago.

Serax a.k.a. oxazepam is prescribed for anxiety, but you know that. A better drug might be Klonopin, because if its longer half life, and it is easier to stop using when it is no longer needed. Neither if these benzo's peak as quickly as Xanax, but the abuse potential and the addiction potential for Xanax is much greater. Lorazepam is also an option, but my personal opinion of Lorazepam is that it is only useful in very mild anxiety patients. Stick with the the Serax for a while and if you need something stronger, ask your doctor to prescribe Klonopin 1mg twice daily. Answered by Dayna Vagliardo 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before.... Asked by Anibal Wilcoxson 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Pamela Safko 1 year ago.

serax is newer drug for a wide range of symptoms relating to depression. did your dr possibly give you samples that you may have forgot about? ask your dr about this drug and how it may have gotten in your system. maybe have your dr do a retest (the other lab may have mixed your sample with someone elses.) if this is the case maybe the fair labor board could help you with this, or your dr. could steer you in the right direction Answered by Dolly Eron 1 year ago.

in case you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/hypersensitivity meds......you will possibly desire to deliver jointly the packing boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. i think Serax is a binding agent that holds quite a few different issues jointly. yet, I noticeably recommend which you're taking those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergic reactions, and so directly to a various LAB your self, with the receipt or photocopy or enable them to photocopy the unique for it showing the place you paid for them/it, get the outcomes and then return to place that close the doorways. If Serax is among those listed interior the 'properties', yet no longer listed interior the climate area of the product, bypass back to the business enterprise that 'close the door on you' with the lab's checklist that it became modern-day in in spite of med you took, and which you were not conscious of it, and in the event that they nevertheless won't pay attention to reason, detect a sturdy CONTIGENCY criminal expert! take on the unique lab and the business enterprise-its significant to sparkling YOUR call!!!!!! i might inspite of the shown fact that recommend, bypass gently on the business enterprise-bypass after the lab THEY sent YOU TO! in case you SUE the business enterprise, you will play hell getting yet another pastime! word of having sued travels rapid and in spite of the actuality that Federal regulation prohibits info of why a guy or woman is grew to become away or fired- the sole element a business enterprise can say legally is that if asked in spite of if or no longer they might hire or rehire that guy or woman, they are in a position to declare confident or no. yet with the aid of regulation might desire to bypass away it at that. yet then you definately're additionally dealing with a 'instruct it', with the aid of fact the 'previous boy community' has greater connections than you're able to desire to ever think of! i became 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (criminal Secretary/device Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt pastime) interior the Southern States, with the aid of a keep foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's ft you step on-they may be related to the **** you will possibly desire to kiss later! *It wasn't till Crack grew to become so extensive-unfold that persons have been procuring OTCs and making their own heavy accountability narcotics with specific aspects interior the meds. Answered by Twanna Vane 1 year ago.

Smoke a bowl. You failed already anyway, so what the heck? Answered by Adrian Pickup 1 year ago.

Dont Take it Answered by Chery Butrick 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Jenny Want 1 year ago.

Hi Michael, Have you ever been treated for anxiety before? Serax is an anti anxiety drug (not anti depressant) and is prescribed for short term relief. Psychiatrists don't generally jump into prescribing benzos to patients who have never taken them before, as they can be highly addicting. I have been on a long term anti anxiety drug called Neurontin. It is non addicting and works well. Good luck and take care of you! Dee Answered by Katelynn Person 1 year ago.

try different road not drugs!!! they just spiral out of control good luck!!!! Answered by Tonisha Rednour 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Asked by Edie Maynes 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Cleo Hilty 1 year ago.

My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Answered by Retha Carlon 1 year ago.

valium was originally meant to be used as a muscle relaxer but began being used for for sleep and nerves. now, many drugs are a member of the same family of benzodazepines. xanax,ativan,restoril,librium,valium and also serax are all basically used for the same things and are almost the same chemical. if you had any of the chemicals in your system they would have showed up the same because they are almost identical chemically. Answered by Hong Heiner 1 year ago.

If you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/allergy meds......you need to gather the boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. I believe Serax is a binding agent that holds several other things together. But, I highly suggest that you take those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergies, etc to a DIFFERENT LAB yourself, with the receipt or photocopy or let them photocopy the original for it showing where you paid for them/it, get the results and then return to place that shut the doors. If Serax is amongst those listed in the 'properties', but not listed in the ingredients section of the product, go back to the company that 'shut the door on you' with the lab's report that it was found in whatever med you took, and that you weren't aware of it, and if they still won't listen to reason, find a good CONTIGENCY LAWYER! Take on the original lab and the company-its important to CLEAR YOUR NAME!!!!!! I would however suggest, go lightly on the company-go after the lab THEY SENT YOU TO! If YOU SUE the Company, you'll play hell getting another job! Word of getting sued travels fast and although Federal Law prohibits details of why a person is turned away or fired- the only thing a company can say legally is if asked whether or not they would hire or rehire that person, they can say yes or no. But by law have to leave it at that. But then you're also facing a 'prove it', as the 'old boy network' has more connections than you could ever imagine! I was 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (Legal Secretary/Machine Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt job) in the Southern States, by a shop foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's toes you step on-they may be connected to the **** you have to kiss later! *It wasn't until Crack became so popular that people were buying OTCs and making their own heavy duty narcotics with certain elements in the meds. Answered by Pearlie Getzlaff 1 year ago.

Are you currently taking any prescription medications? Anything for anxiety/depression because Serax is an antianxiety med use to treat or manage this anxiety or withdrawal symptoms from an addiction such as alcohol. So, if this is inadequate information or you have some concerns your doctor could explain aswell. But if it's for a job, you just need to get a letter from your physician stating that you are taking the prescription under his or her supervision. There are diff names such as Novoxapam, Zapex just to name a few. Try not to worry to much but your questions should have be answered in a professional manner. Take care. Therapist #one. Answered by Helena Gjelaj 1 year ago.

I myself would look into hiring a lawyer. Go after the Lab that did your test, it is possible that they mixed up the specimens with someone elses or they have un-qualified, un-trained personnel handling the specimen. The equipment also could out of calibration, anything is possible as long as you know that you have not been doing drugs at any part of your life. Definitely I would start at the Lab, go to your local city's, or county or state health board to see if there are any complaints against them or if they had any violations in the recent past. Second, I would request to see my Medical records from the Doctors office or the hospital you go to. You have a right to look into your own medical records. Look at the drugs that were administered or prescribed to you in the past two years or so. Third I would have my Doctor write a notarized statement stating that you do not have the drugs in question in your system. That is what I would do. Go getem'!! Answered by Jenice Laclair 1 year ago.

Oxazepdam is given for anxiety. Benzodiazipan is a tranquilizer. If you honestly cannot figure this out you need to have you doctor test you. And these are prescription drugs, you should not be accused of abusing drugs and denied employment because of it. Labs make mistakes every day. And Usually a second test is done. Answered by Gilma Lovett 1 year ago.

You need to take a close look at WHO you have been around. Maybe this was ingested without your knowledge. Answered by Doyle Armstong 1 year ago.

yOU MAY HAVE EXPIERENCED a false positive. Do you by any chance take ambien? I was taking ambien one time Answered by Leena Weipert 1 year ago.

did someone slip you something??? you are not aware of? those results do not lie. stop-think-remember? Answered by Joan Hillie 1 year ago.


I want to snort serax?
i was perscribed serax because of my anxiety 15 mg but it did nothingi have to take two. i was just wondering if snorting it would do the job quicker. im tired of falling apart because of the anxiety.... should i just ask for stronger meds? Asked by Sheri Labrum 1 year ago.

don't do it.. it's just like xanax which is gay. it makes you want to watch tv and do nothing, and makes you feel like a ...idk, zombie. i've taken xanax before, but i've never snorted anything. snorting stuff, is stupid. it's bad for you, and it will get you addicted wayyy quicer. not a good idea. if you want to tweak out that bad, just take an oxy. it's a good feeling, unlike serax. Answered by Courtney Guebert 1 year ago.

Snorting Oxazepam Answered by Sylvester Resek 1 year ago.


Can any Benzo effect me sexaully at all many Serax?
i been on Serax 20mg for the past month for my anxiety... i feel like it slighty has .. could it be the serax or something else? Asked by Genaro Friday 1 year ago.

Probably. You aren't being very specific so I can't tell exactly what it did Answered by Peg Strout 1 year ago.


How quickly does Serax work?
I was rx'd Serax for my social anxiety I would like to know how quickly it will work so I can use it appropriately. Asked by Pamula Truluck 1 year ago.

It should have started working by now. If it hasn't, contact you doctor. Just take it as it was prescribed and don't deviate from that. You don't want to mess with benzodiazepines. Answered by Ariana Ohyama 1 year ago.


Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax?
Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax? Asked by Deloras Tyson 1 year ago.

NO. Do NOT do this. You would lose consciousness and most likely die. Answered by Callie Knezovich 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Gerald Ervine 1 year ago.

Serax a.k.a. oxazepam is prescribed for anxiety, but you know that. A better drug might be Klonopin, because if its longer half life, and it is easier to stop using when it is no longer needed. Neither if these benzo's peak as quickly as Xanax, but the abuse potential and the addiction potential for Xanax is much greater. Lorazepam is also an option, but my personal opinion of Lorazepam is that it is only useful in very mild anxiety patients. Stick with the the Serax for a while and if you need something stronger, ask your doctor to prescribe Klonopin 1mg twice daily. Answered by Patti Hasfjord 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before.... Asked by Rodrigo Capparelli 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Fred Burrage 1 year ago.

serax is newer drug for a wide range of symptoms relating to depression. did your dr possibly give you samples that you may have forgot about? ask your dr about this drug and how it may have gotten in your system. maybe have your dr do a retest (the other lab may have mixed your sample with someone elses.) if this is the case maybe the fair labor board could help you with this, or your dr. could steer you in the right direction Answered by Marinda Swecker 1 year ago.

in case you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/hypersensitivity meds......you will possibly desire to deliver jointly the packing boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. i think Serax is a binding agent that holds quite a few different issues jointly. yet, I noticeably recommend which you're taking those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergic reactions, and so directly to a various LAB your self, with the receipt or photocopy or enable them to photocopy the unique for it showing the place you paid for them/it, get the outcomes and then return to place that close the doorways. If Serax is among those listed interior the 'properties', yet no longer listed interior the climate area of the product, bypass back to the business enterprise that 'close the door on you' with the lab's checklist that it became modern-day in in spite of med you took, and which you were not conscious of it, and in the event that they nevertheless won't pay attention to reason, detect a sturdy CONTIGENCY criminal expert! take on the unique lab and the business enterprise-its significant to sparkling YOUR call!!!!!! i might inspite of the shown fact that recommend, bypass gently on the business enterprise-bypass after the lab THEY sent YOU TO! in case you SUE the business enterprise, you will play hell getting yet another pastime! word of having sued travels rapid and in spite of the actuality that Federal regulation prohibits info of why a guy or woman is grew to become away or fired- the sole element a business enterprise can say legally is that if asked in spite of if or no longer they might hire or rehire that guy or woman, they are in a position to declare confident or no. yet with the aid of regulation might desire to bypass away it at that. yet then you definately're additionally dealing with a 'instruct it', with the aid of fact the 'previous boy community' has greater connections than you're able to desire to ever think of! i became 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (criminal Secretary/device Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt pastime) interior the Southern States, with the aid of a keep foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's ft you step on-they may be related to the **** you will possibly desire to kiss later! *It wasn't till Crack grew to become so extensive-unfold that persons have been procuring OTCs and making their own heavy accountability narcotics with specific aspects interior the meds. Answered by Elnora Dennen 1 year ago.

Smoke a bowl. You failed already anyway, so what the heck? Answered by Janessa Fam 1 year ago.

Dont Take it Answered by Beverly Andreas 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Catrina Hogge 1 year ago.

Hi Michael, Have you ever been treated for anxiety before? Serax is an anti anxiety drug (not anti depressant) and is prescribed for short term relief. Psychiatrists don't generally jump into prescribing benzos to patients who have never taken them before, as they can be highly addicting. I have been on a long term anti anxiety drug called Neurontin. It is non addicting and works well. Good luck and take care of you! Dee Answered by John Hakes 1 year ago.

try different road not drugs!!! they just spiral out of control good luck!!!! Answered by Kiley Ogando 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Asked by Rex Mahley 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Carman Risser 1 year ago.

My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Answered by Sheree Blackbird 1 year ago.

valium was originally meant to be used as a muscle relaxer but began being used for for sleep and nerves. now, many drugs are a member of the same family of benzodazepines. xanax,ativan,restoril,librium,valium and also serax are all basically used for the same things and are almost the same chemical. if you had any of the chemicals in your system they would have showed up the same because they are almost identical chemically. Answered by Babette Quartuccio 1 year ago.

If you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/allergy meds......you need to gather the boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. I believe Serax is a binding agent that holds several other things together. But, I highly suggest that you take those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergies, etc to a DIFFERENT LAB yourself, with the receipt or photocopy or let them photocopy the original for it showing where you paid for them/it, get the results and then return to place that shut the doors. If Serax is amongst those listed in the 'properties', but not listed in the ingredients section of the product, go back to the company that 'shut the door on you' with the lab's report that it was found in whatever med you took, and that you weren't aware of it, and if they still won't listen to reason, find a good CONTIGENCY LAWYER! Take on the original lab and the company-its important to CLEAR YOUR NAME!!!!!! I would however suggest, go lightly on the company-go after the lab THEY SENT YOU TO! If YOU SUE the Company, you'll play hell getting another job! Word of getting sued travels fast and although Federal Law prohibits details of why a person is turned away or fired- the only thing a company can say legally is if asked whether or not they would hire or rehire that person, they can say yes or no. But by law have to leave it at that. But then you're also facing a 'prove it', as the 'old boy network' has more connections than you could ever imagine! I was 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (Legal Secretary/Machine Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt job) in the Southern States, by a shop foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's toes you step on-they may be connected to the **** you have to kiss later! *It wasn't until Crack became so popular that people were buying OTCs and making their own heavy duty narcotics with certain elements in the meds. Answered by Christen Adger 1 year ago.

Are you currently taking any prescription medications? Anything for anxiety/depression because Serax is an antianxiety med use to treat or manage this anxiety or withdrawal symptoms from an addiction such as alcohol. So, if this is inadequate information or you have some concerns your doctor could explain aswell. But if it's for a job, you just need to get a letter from your physician stating that you are taking the prescription under his or her supervision. There are diff names such as Novoxapam, Zapex just to name a few. Try not to worry to much but your questions should have be answered in a professional manner. Take care. Therapist #one. Answered by Lee Inzerillo 1 year ago.

I myself would look into hiring a lawyer. Go after the Lab that did your test, it is possible that they mixed up the specimens with someone elses or they have un-qualified, un-trained personnel handling the specimen. The equipment also could out of calibration, anything is possible as long as you know that you have not been doing drugs at any part of your life. Definitely I would start at the Lab, go to your local city's, or county or state health board to see if there are any complaints against them or if they had any violations in the recent past. Second, I would request to see my Medical records from the Doctors office or the hospital you go to. You have a right to look into your own medical records. Look at the drugs that were administered or prescribed to you in the past two years or so. Third I would have my Doctor write a notarized statement stating that you do not have the drugs in question in your system. That is what I would do. Go getem'!! Answered by Luis Lescarbeau 1 year ago.

Oxazepdam is given for anxiety. Benzodiazipan is a tranquilizer. If you honestly cannot figure this out you need to have you doctor test you. And these are prescription drugs, you should not be accused of abusing drugs and denied employment because of it. Labs make mistakes every day. And Usually a second test is done. Answered by Leonardo Galson 1 year ago.

You need to take a close look at WHO you have been around. Maybe this was ingested without your knowledge. Answered by Yun Rust 1 year ago.

yOU MAY HAVE EXPIERENCED a false positive. Do you by any chance take ambien? I was taking ambien one time Answered by Gena Fedler 1 year ago.

did someone slip you something??? you are not aware of? those results do not lie. stop-think-remember? Answered by Sonja Imfeld 1 year ago.


I want to snort serax?
i was perscribed serax because of my anxiety 15 mg but it did nothingi have to take two. i was just wondering if snorting it would do the job quicker. im tired of falling apart because of the anxiety.... should i just ask for stronger meds? Asked by Jeramy Nothnagel 1 year ago.

don't do it.. it's just like xanax which is gay. it makes you want to watch tv and do nothing, and makes you feel like a ...idk, zombie. i've taken xanax before, but i've never snorted anything. snorting stuff, is stupid. it's bad for you, and it will get you addicted wayyy quicer. not a good idea. if you want to tweak out that bad, just take an oxy. it's a good feeling, unlike serax. Answered by Vesta Hoose 1 year ago.

Snorting Oxazepam Answered by Earle Krum 1 year ago.


Can any Benzo effect me sexaully at all many Serax?
i been on Serax 20mg for the past month for my anxiety... i feel like it slighty has .. could it be the serax or something else? Asked by Keneth Sender 1 year ago.

Probably. You aren't being very specific so I can't tell exactly what it did Answered by Sergio Davirro 1 year ago.


How quickly does Serax work?
I was rx'd Serax for my social anxiety I would like to know how quickly it will work so I can use it appropriately. Asked by Alida Hackmeyer 1 year ago.

It should have started working by now. If it hasn't, contact you doctor. Just take it as it was prescribed and don't deviate from that. You don't want to mess with benzodiazepines. Answered by Cristobal Hanko 1 year ago.


Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax?
Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax? Asked by Art Mccleve 1 year ago.

NO. Do NOT do this. You would lose consciousness and most likely die. Answered by Dawne Poette 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Ione Mcfarling 1 year ago.

Serax a.k.a. oxazepam is prescribed for anxiety, but you know that. A better drug might be Klonopin, because if its longer half life, and it is easier to stop using when it is no longer needed. Neither if these benzo's peak as quickly as Xanax, but the abuse potential and the addiction potential for Xanax is much greater. Lorazepam is also an option, but my personal opinion of Lorazepam is that it is only useful in very mild anxiety patients. Stick with the the Serax for a while and if you need something stronger, ask your doctor to prescribe Klonopin 1mg twice daily. Answered by Felecia Gazo 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before.... Asked by Stan Schoeder 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Daina Angold 1 year ago.

serax is newer drug for a wide range of symptoms relating to depression. did your dr possibly give you samples that you may have forgot about? ask your dr about this drug and how it may have gotten in your system. maybe have your dr do a retest (the other lab may have mixed your sample with someone elses.) if this is the case maybe the fair labor board could help you with this, or your dr. could steer you in the right direction Answered by Adina Steenhoven 1 year ago.

in case you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/hypersensitivity meds......you will possibly desire to deliver jointly the packing boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. i think Serax is a binding agent that holds quite a few different issues jointly. yet, I noticeably recommend which you're taking those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergic reactions, and so directly to a various LAB your self, with the receipt or photocopy or enable them to photocopy the unique for it showing the place you paid for them/it, get the outcomes and then return to place that close the doorways. If Serax is among those listed interior the 'properties', yet no longer listed interior the climate area of the product, bypass back to the business enterprise that 'close the door on you' with the lab's checklist that it became modern-day in in spite of med you took, and which you were not conscious of it, and in the event that they nevertheless won't pay attention to reason, detect a sturdy CONTIGENCY criminal expert! take on the unique lab and the business enterprise-its significant to sparkling YOUR call!!!!!! i might inspite of the shown fact that recommend, bypass gently on the business enterprise-bypass after the lab THEY sent YOU TO! in case you SUE the business enterprise, you will play hell getting yet another pastime! word of having sued travels rapid and in spite of the actuality that Federal regulation prohibits info of why a guy or woman is grew to become away or fired- the sole element a business enterprise can say legally is that if asked in spite of if or no longer they might hire or rehire that guy or woman, they are in a position to declare confident or no. yet with the aid of regulation might desire to bypass away it at that. yet then you definately're additionally dealing with a 'instruct it', with the aid of fact the 'previous boy community' has greater connections than you're able to desire to ever think of! i became 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (criminal Secretary/device Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt pastime) interior the Southern States, with the aid of a keep foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's ft you step on-they may be related to the **** you will possibly desire to kiss later! *It wasn't till Crack grew to become so extensive-unfold that persons have been procuring OTCs and making their own heavy accountability narcotics with specific aspects interior the meds. Answered by Dessie Gurner 1 year ago.

Smoke a bowl. You failed already anyway, so what the heck? Answered by Xochitl Mallat 1 year ago.

Dont Take it Answered by Anna Mcclenton 1 year ago.


Anyone taking serax?
i am going to the phyciatrist and i might be treated for moderate to severe anxiety with serax. i was wondering how well it works for anxiety. i have tried anti depressants and they had no effect on me. also are there any other benzodiazepines good for treating anxiety? thanks. Asked by Lyman Kwan 1 year ago.

Hi Michael, Have you ever been treated for anxiety before? Serax is an anti anxiety drug (not anti depressant) and is prescribed for short term relief. Psychiatrists don't generally jump into prescribing benzos to patients who have never taken them before, as they can be highly addicting. I have been on a long term anti anxiety drug called Neurontin. It is non addicting and works well. Good luck and take care of you! Dee Answered by Yessenia Steverson 1 year ago.

try different road not drugs!!! they just spiral out of control good luck!!!! Answered by Kristine Concilio 1 year ago.


My drug test results ( showing benzodiazipan) was sent to a lab that say I show positive for oxazepam (serax).
My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Asked by Marceline Kenneally 1 year ago.

I have never heard of serax until now. They sent it to a special lab to have some sort of gas test performed on it & broke down the benzodiazipan to oxazepam (serax specifically). Never heard or taken anything called that & the company closed the door on me. Very upset & lost! Never been accused of drugs before. They won't even retest. I have no way of proving why serax would show up in my test. What do you do next? Answered by Bobette Telfair 1 year ago.

My Doctor gave me a letter stating all the prescriptions I'm on. Yes, one is xanax & he said it is in the same family & the way they are acting is BS! But, I still don't have a job. I faxed the co & the drug test lab the letter & the co said it was between me & the lab. The lab refuses to do anything further. Answered by Bambi Boen 1 year ago.

valium was originally meant to be used as a muscle relaxer but began being used for for sleep and nerves. now, many drugs are a member of the same family of benzodazepines. xanax,ativan,restoril,librium,valium and also serax are all basically used for the same things and are almost the same chemical. if you had any of the chemicals in your system they would have showed up the same because they are almost identical chemically. Answered by Nada Boock 1 year ago.

If you have been taking scripted or taking OTC sinus/flue/allergy meds......you need to gather the boxes/bottle(s) of those meds. I believe Serax is a binding agent that holds several other things together. But, I highly suggest that you take those OTC or scripted meds you have been taking for sinusitis/allergies, etc to a DIFFERENT LAB yourself, with the receipt or photocopy or let them photocopy the original for it showing where you paid for them/it, get the results and then return to place that shut the doors. If Serax is amongst those listed in the 'properties', but not listed in the ingredients section of the product, go back to the company that 'shut the door on you' with the lab's report that it was found in whatever med you took, and that you weren't aware of it, and if they still won't listen to reason, find a good CONTIGENCY LAWYER! Take on the original lab and the company-its important to CLEAR YOUR NAME!!!!!! I would however suggest, go lightly on the company-go after the lab THEY SENT YOU TO! If YOU SUE the Company, you'll play hell getting another job! Word of getting sued travels fast and although Federal Law prohibits details of why a person is turned away or fired- the only thing a company can say legally is if asked whether or not they would hire or rehire that person, they can say yes or no. But by law have to leave it at that. But then you're also facing a 'prove it', as the 'old boy network' has more connections than you could ever imagine! I was 'blackballed' for any jobs that I qualified for (Legal Secretary/Machine Operator Journeyman 4/TMS Operator/ Any Mgmt job) in the Southern States, by a shop foreman at a PHI plant, be careful who's toes you step on-they may be connected to the **** you have to kiss later! *It wasn't until Crack became so popular that people were buying OTCs and making their own heavy duty narcotics with certain elements in the meds. Answered by Lani Giff 1 year ago.

Are you currently taking any prescription medications? Anything for anxiety/depression because Serax is an antianxiety med use to treat or manage this anxiety or withdrawal symptoms from an addiction such as alcohol. So, if this is inadequate information or you have some concerns your doctor could explain aswell. But if it's for a job, you just need to get a letter from your physician stating that you are taking the prescription under his or her supervision. There are diff names such as Novoxapam, Zapex just to name a few. Try not to worry to much but your questions should have be answered in a professional manner. Take care. Therapist #one. Answered by Clarence Gammage 1 year ago.

I myself would look into hiring a lawyer. Go after the Lab that did your test, it is possible that they mixed up the specimens with someone elses or they have un-qualified, un-trained personnel handling the specimen. The equipment also could out of calibration, anything is possible as long as you know that you have not been doing drugs at any part of your life. Definitely I would start at the Lab, go to your local city's, or county or state health board to see if there are any complaints against them or if they had any violations in the recent past. Second, I would request to see my Medical records from the Doctors office or the hospital you go to. You have a right to look into your own medical records. Look at the drugs that were administered or prescribed to you in the past two years or so. Third I would have my Doctor write a notarized statement stating that you do not have the drugs in question in your system. That is what I would do. Go getem'!! Answered by Clinton Guttenberg 1 year ago.

Oxazepdam is given for anxiety. Benzodiazipan is a tranquilizer. If you honestly cannot figure this out you need to have you doctor test you. And these are prescription drugs, you should not be accused of abusing drugs and denied employment because of it. Labs make mistakes every day. And Usually a second test is done. Answered by Lavona Doronio 1 year ago.

You need to take a close look at WHO you have been around. Maybe this was ingested without your knowledge. Answered by Maranda Diefenderfer 1 year ago.

yOU MAY HAVE EXPIERENCED a false positive. Do you by any chance take ambien? I was taking ambien one time Answered by Elisa Rinehimer 1 year ago.

did someone slip you something??? you are not aware of? those results do not lie. stop-think-remember? Answered by Emilio Grundhoefer 1 year ago.


I want to snort serax?
i was perscribed serax because of my anxiety 15 mg but it did nothingi have to take two. i was just wondering if snorting it would do the job quicker. im tired of falling apart because of the anxiety.... should i just ask for stronger meds? Asked by Eleanora Rush 1 year ago.

don't do it.. it's just like xanax which is gay. it makes you want to watch tv and do nothing, and makes you feel like a ...idk, zombie. i've taken xanax before, but i've never snorted anything. snorting stuff, is stupid. it's bad for you, and it will get you addicted wayyy quicer. not a good idea. if you want to tweak out that bad, just take an oxy. it's a good feeling, unlike serax. Answered by Latoya Loeb 1 year ago.

Snorting Oxazepam Answered by Kandace Doggette 1 year ago.


Can any Benzo effect me sexaully at all many Serax?
i been on Serax 20mg for the past month for my anxiety... i feel like it slighty has .. could it be the serax or something else? Asked by Carolina Budish 1 year ago.

Probably. You aren't being very specific so I can't tell exactly what it did Answered by Jarrod Vigen 1 year ago.


How quickly does Serax work?
I was rx'd Serax for my social anxiety I would like to know how quickly it will work so I can use it appropriately. Asked by Kayla Floto 1 year ago.

It should have started working by now. If it hasn't, contact you doctor. Just take it as it was prescribed and don't deviate from that. You don't want to mess with benzodiazepines. Answered by Janae Padgette 1 year ago.


Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax?
Would it be ok to take Tylenol with Serax? Asked by Lavenia Stoneback 1 year ago.

NO. Do NOT do this. You would lose consciousness and most likely die. Answered by Jeneva Mattiace 1 year ago.


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