Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017105/001.

Names and composition

"TRANXENE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017105/001 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM CAPSULE/ORAL 3.75MG
017105/002 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM CAPSULE/ORAL 7.5MG
017105/003 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
017105/006 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 3.75MG
017105/007 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 7.5MG
017105/008 TRANXENE CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 15MG

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I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Cleo Kubin 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Tania Foshay 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Charlsie Shwab 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by Jeannetta Girvin 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Lillie Wouters 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Lionel Emeche 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Cathryn Sowder 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Tomiko Vitez 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Meaghan Stefan 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Angelo Demaree 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by Louella Viteo 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Edmond Perney 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Charlyn Zinda 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Claudette Jaggie 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Robt Acor 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Corene Mcgathy 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Delora Rosenhagen 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Maybell Cadwallader 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Charlott Grindeland 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Cleopatra Hiefnar 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Julia Yoxall 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Yi Vatter 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Nyla Jupin 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Magen Oviedo 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by June Engelberg 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Etsuko Bodenhamer 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Lacie Aleman 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Corey Him 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by Gracia Madewell 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Nilda Spidel 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Caren Bruschi 1 year ago.


I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Jacqulyn Lambertus 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Jenell Coler 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Laticia Brandsrud 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by Albert Pareja 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Emory Vanderboom 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Donna Choudhary 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Scotty Asley 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Roseline Brandl 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Su Klaers 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Hanna Polsky 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by January Menitz 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Arthur Gragg 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Ria Mautte 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Vivien Mckinley 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Ayana Szoc 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Fransisca Byran 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Pamala Lucore 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Sommer Stasik 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Ai Ding 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Kurtis Mernin 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Alvina Antinoro 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Porter Shopp 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Kerstin Alibozek 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Hortencia Roesch 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by Cleveland Grossmeyer 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Devin Siurek 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Crystal Carvell 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Augusta Ehrismann 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by Gerald Carrithers 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Ursula Kamalii 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Marge Veloso 1 year ago.


I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Louie Tolontino 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Hung Sitzman 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Harry Mcpadden 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by My Simas 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Dudley Adderley 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Jamee Skenandore 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Kenny Hostert 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Marcelle Dupaty 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Erline Kansky 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Lina Bilansky 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by Laquita Anslinger 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Guadalupe Hasfjord 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Denisse Sartoris 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Reginald Kressin 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Charlene Renuart 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Stella Cheeves 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Yuonne Ristig 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Cherie Flechsig 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Staci Pardini 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Lane Dussault 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Caridad Scalice 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Chester Pethtel 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Amberly Given 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Cesar Gesing 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by Carmen Bouwkamp 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Janna Martinell 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Tracey Swartwood 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Nicole Hazle 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by Travis Hoerner 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Marianela Orey 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Jame Munteanu 1 year ago.


I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Kanesha Sarbacher 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Florance Phenix 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Raul Dorchy 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by Rocky Perez 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Lemuel Mcvoy 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Eva Rebillard 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Nelly Elstad 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Ayanna Garza 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Marlin Devoogd 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Kaila Seckler 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by Lili Vigo 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Miguelina Duvernois 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Etha Atteburg 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Precious Simunek 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Oliver Helmke 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Kendrick Pianka 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Lavada Conness 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Soon Opatz 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Berna Tiedeman 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Kurt Harr 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Julia Waeyaert 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Jacquiline Cubito 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Trish Westgaard 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Eloise Lease 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by Kyla Seanez 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Shena Fason 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Richard Isaiah 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Jackeline Caughlin 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by Beata Buenviaje 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Dia Pexton 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Fern Rochez 1 year ago.


I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Conchita Colbath 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Shayne Witucki 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Mario Hemesath 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by Mickey Dromgoole 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Mahalia Ruppe 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Tomas Roznowski 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Merlene Kassim 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Brandee Dyess 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Wonda Baca 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Loren Guglielmina 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by Martha Memmott 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Annamarie Messick 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Dannielle Boham 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Towanda Rux 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Treva Helfritz 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Pamela Gallichio 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Samira Lammert 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Tawanda Laffin 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Iluminada Mcglawn 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Christian Colasacco 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Miranda Shrewsbury 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Vida Cramer 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Benton Garasha 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Jenny Capistran 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by Lavonia Rickenbaugh 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Oren Mccrohan 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Abram Brideau 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Karolyn Goldammer 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by My Jernigan 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Lakenya Petrash 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Aurore Milby 1 year ago.


I just got prescribed tranxene, little nervous.?
So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill... Asked by Ute Mckewen 1 year ago.

So I have really bad anxiety attacks and I found out today that I have a heart valve that's not closing properly. I go for more tests next week, and my Dr started me on tranxene 3.75 mg. I've never taken anything like this before. I started getting an anxiety attack about 30 mins ago and took my first pill and I'm really drowsy. I still feel a little anxious but not as bad as I normally get. Any advice for this medication? Thanks. Answered by Errol Byone 1 year ago.

Tranxene (clorazepate) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic and anticonvulsant. Like all benzodiazepine Tranxene often cases some sedation, especially when treatment is first started. Typically the sedating effects of Tranxene will dissipate over a few days and should be more/less gone. However some people do experience more percipient sedation. 3.75 mg is a small dose, if you are finding it fairly sedating then you are probably just more sensitive to medications like these. You will likely need to be on a higher dose for better anxiety control but at least it is helping somewhat. Although the sedating effects tend to dissipate, the anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects do not. According to the official Tranxene product monograph "The usual adult daily dose is 30 mg. The dose should be adjusted gradually within the range of 15 to 60 mg in accordance with the response of the patient. After the patient has been stabilized on a suitable dosage, the frequency of dosing may be decreased in some patients to twice daily or once daily with the major portion of the dosage given at night, provided that the physician can ascertain that such a schedule will produce the desired anxiolytic effect without a period of drowsiness or impairment of mental functions." Tranxene is a safe medication and when taken alone it is nearly one if the hardest drugs to overdose on. The most common side effect is drowsiness, other side effects include dizziness, various gastrointestinal complaints, blurred vision, dry mouth, headache, and mental confusion. Tranxene is the the best benzodiazepine for controlling panic attacks but it is very effective in controlling generlized anxiety. The FDA has approved Tranxene "for the management of anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety." Tranxene is also indicated as adjunctive therapy in the management of partial seizures and for the symptomatic relief of acute alcohol withdrawal." Health Canada has approved the medication "for the short-term symptomatic relief of excessive anxiety and tension in psychoneurotic patients including those with functional somatic complaints." And "It is also useful in the adjunctive management of acute alcohol withdrawal." Tranxene is typically used short-term but it can be safely and effectively used long-term if needed. Tranxene can cause physical dependence (not the same as addiction). If used long-term it should NOT be abruptly discontinued. Rapid discontinuation can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is possible although it is extremely rare. Tranxene is one of three benzodiazepines (the others being oxazepam and chlordiazepoxide) proven to have a LOWER potential for addiction compared to the rest. But don't worry about addiction as long as you take the medication as prescribed especially since you have a very legitimate need of an anxiolytic. Answered by Leslee Bollinger 1 year ago.

Tranxene Dosage Answered by Jeffry Siren 1 year ago.

Tranxene Side Effects Answered by Stormy Haut 1 year ago.

It is a benzodiazepine specifically for anxiety. Benzos make you sleepy. If you are in a place where you can go to sleep; feel free. If not you can try a little caffeine or redbull or something. Do not do this if caffeine exacerbates your anxiety! Answered by Keneth Bowerman 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever been on Clorazepate (Tranxene)?
I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me.If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much... Asked by Rocco Crowl 1 year ago.

I have read a little about it on the internet and I want to know people's opinions. I have shaky hands that get worse in various situations. People often comment on them which makes it harder for me. If you have any information rather than copy and pasting a wikipedia article it would be much appreciated. If you have been on it, how did it work for you? Side effects? Thanx Answered by Stephany Feyh 1 year ago.

Tranxene is a type of benzodiazepine. its in the same family as Valium and Ativan. Its main use is an anti-anxiety agent. however Valium and Ativan is much better for this. My guess is that if other benzodiazepines don't work they will put you on this. It is also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Answered by Kori Fillare 1 year ago.

nope, drugs are bad for you Answered by Riva Gutierrex 1 year ago.

I HATE TRANSVESTITES TOO Answered by Margrett Tessier 1 year ago.


Tranxene like Xanax?
I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Asked by Earle Honga 1 year ago.

Tranxene is an old medication and many pharmacies don't stock it anymore. The truth is that the pharmacy you called probably does not have it and won't order it for you if your prescription is for a small quantity. They don't want to order a bottle of 100 tablet for a prescription for 30 tablets and get stuck with the rest. Try some other pharmacies. Answered by Beryl Romenesko 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Tranxene like Xanax? I was just prescribed Tranxene for anxiety. I asked the doc about Xanax and he wouldn't give it to me. I didn't know Tranxene was a benzo I called a pharmacy that doesn't have benzos and they claimed Tranxene was a form of Xanax or something. How similar are these two drugs? Answered by Librada Crummey 1 year ago.

I took xanax long ago for panic attacks. When I ran out and was still facing depression issues I started drinking alcohol for the first time. I started drinking so much I would pass out nightly. later I went through rehab and the doctor told me that xanax has the same base properties of alcohol. It is like concentrated alcohol. My body's addiction to xanax could not be relieved by any alcohol I could drink. He said it was not uncommon for people to have drinking problems after taking xanax. Answered by Margy Bieler 1 year ago.

Yes, they can decrease your blood pressure and pulse rate. I actually know of a couple of people that have died as a result of an overdose. However, it is not a painless way to go, nor is it a for sure way to commit suicide and you will more likely end up highly sick in the ER. I highly suggest that you contact someone to discuss why you are feeling so depressed and suicidal. 1-800-273-TALK (8255) You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 120 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. Answered by Jerrell Mccroskey 1 year ago.

All the benzos work about the same, the difference is how long they last. It's odd for a pharmacy to not have any benzodiazepines because they are very popular medications. Answered by Mika Linginfelter 1 year ago.


What is the difference between Zanax and Tranxene?
Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference.... Asked by Lashaun Carp 1 year ago.

Both of these medications are used for anxiety and nervousness. I think tranxene (Clorazepate) 7.5 mg is an older drug. But they are both prescribed for similar problems. I am wondering what the difference is between them and which would be best for panic attacks? I have taken both and cannot tell much difference. My doctor prefers tranxene because he says it stays in your system longer and has a mild anti-depressant in it. Yet most people I know use Zanax for this purpose. Does anyone know the difference between these drugs and which if best? Or for what purpose each is prescribed? Answered by Eleonor Vallimont 1 year ago.

Honestly I don't know much about Tranxene, but I do know Xanax has a short "half-life" which means it hits faster, you reach its full therapeutic effect faster, and it also goes out of your system faster. For a quick fix, its good. It is not good for an all day- type drug. I also know that Xanax can be quite easily addictive. hth. Answered by Ines Proenza 1 year ago.

not off the top of my head. I used to be on Xanax though and it really helped. Answered by Candra Greenaway 1 year ago.


Does Tranxene work right away?
My doctor just prescribed me Tranxene, I took 2 pills, one last night, and one this morning, and I feel like throwing up now, and I'm still really nervous, does anyone know if this pills takes a while to work or does it work right away? Asked by Katharyn Sickmeir 1 year ago.

Your best bet is to consult your doctor. Failing that, you can look it up on the web. Try RX List. They never tell you how long it takes, but you can get hints from the sites. Like how Tranxene is used for acute alcohol with drawl. Over a 4 day period it is supposed to do it's job. So you may be out of the woods soon. Good luck. Answered by Alida Szafran 1 year ago.

Tranxene, like Valium, has one of the fastest onsets when taken orally among the benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety meds). It begins to alleviate my anxiety within 20-25 minutes of taking it. Really the only faster anxiety meds in this class are the sublingual forms of Ativan and Klonopin that dissolve underneath the tongue. I would talk to your doc about the dosage, side effects- especially if it's making you sick & nauseated. Answered by Vinnie March 1 year ago.


Does anyone know of someone who died from a tranxene overdose?
Asked by Ivey Lacewell 1 year ago.

By itself, tranxene is a poor killer. Death involving mixed drug overdose frequently involves tranxene. Answered by Etsuko Bosworth 1 year ago.


Can someone overdose on tranxene?
Asked by Arlie Warntz 1 year ago.

Yes, you can. You can overdose in all medicines. xD Answered by Deane Chambless 1 year ago.

Absolutely. You can overdose on any medication, that's why you should always take the amount prescribed and no more. If you think you may have overdosed or someone you know overdosed then call poison control. Answered by Priscila Dom 1 year ago.


Question about Tranxene (clorazepate).?
Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After... Asked by Camelia Chesnut 1 year ago.

Okay, here is the scoop. I have been on Tranxene for about a year now. I have been taking 15mg a day. I am looking to get off of this stuff altogether. However, I have heard that getting of benzos can be pretty hard. But, I am tired of the pills and moreover, I will be deploying in about six months. After doing some research, I have found that a taper would be necessary. I also read that it needs to be slow if on a high dose or for a long time. Can anyone answer this: How much is a high dose in regards to Tranxene and how long is a long time? Also, if anyone could help or answer how I would go about tapering off this medication with in 5 months, it would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Layne Caminero 1 year ago.


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