Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017105/004.

Names and composition

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

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017105/004 TRANXENE SD CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 22.5MG
017105/005 TRANXENE SD CLORAZEPATE DIPOTASSIUM TABLET/ORAL 11.25MG

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I'm on klonopin now for a week and it hasn't helped me much yet.?
i was just wondering for people out there, if they think valium or xanax are better for anxiety or would u recommend anything else. i'm goin to see my doctor soon so i wanted to talk to him about what medication i should switch to or if i should stay on klonopin for a litle longer? Asked by Nenita Ronson 1 year ago.

I would continue to take it until you talk to your doctor b/c usually after 5 to 7 days after using it if you just quit taking it the dosage has to be reduced to wean yourself off of it because it does become habit forming for a lot of people. Most doctors don't want to put someone on something that is habit forming, He may switch you to something else. Buspar is an antianxiety medication. There are several Alprazolam Intensol Alzapam Ativan Centrax Equanil Inderal Inderal-LA Inderide [CD] Inderide LA [CD] Ipran Klonopin Lexapro ( Lexaprotm ) Libritabs Librium Lipoxide Loraz Lorazepam Intensol Luvox Meprospan Miltown Neuramate Novo-Alprazol Romazicon Paxil Paxipam Serax T-Quil Tranxene Tranxene - SD Tranxene T Valium Valrelease Versed Xanax Answered by Cristie Faruolo 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine mainly used for treatments of seizures or symptoms of panic disorder. Frankly speaking, if you are not responding to klonopin well enough, you might want to ask your doctor to re-evaluate your medical profile. But before that; some factors for you to consider. 1. For the week's dosage, is it on a high dosage level? Coz klonopin IS habit forming and do have large withdrawal effects. Might suggest to reduce it gradually to minimise the effects. 2. I would suggest valium for mild anxiety attacks rather than klonopin. But since you are only on it for 1 week, u might want to stay longer to see its benefit. (That does not mean u can mix these 2 drugs together). Answered by Minnie Neid 1 year ago.

I don't know that much about klonopin, but have taken zoloft and effexor for years and it usually takes a few weeks before you can begin to feel better. Just talk to your Dr. about which is best for you. Valium and xanax are usually for a one-time fix, but antidepressants are taken everyday and build up in your system. Just be safe and check out info on anything you take...there are side-effects to most of them! Answered by Jospeh Citrino 1 year ago.

hun it takes far longer than a week it usually takes about 3 weeks some times 4 to start seeing results and upwards of 3 months to start getting the full effect... the absolute best way to get this medicine as with any medicine... take it on a very continues bases. ie: the exact same time every single day like put it down on your cell phone for like 9 am.. to take it every day at that time. if you take one tab at 7:30 then the next one 8 hours later and then the next one 10 hours later its not going to be as effective. make it as routine as possible. Answered by Nadene Figgeurs 1 year ago.

Clonazepam is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Consult your doctor. Please see the web pages for more details on Clonazepam (generic name) Klonopin (brand name). Answered by Cortney Alapai 1 year ago.

klonopin can cause depression, and memory loss. i like xanax. Answered by Cameron Truglio 1 year ago.


Can Vicoden treat Anxiety disorder?
I have very severe anxiety disorder, and have been put on anti anxiety meds but they put me in such a fogg I can't function!I recently injured my neck and was prescribed vicoden. When I took it, I found it didn't put me in a fogg and it made me calm.I do realize it is addictive, and I am not one to... Asked by Kylie Gretzner 1 year ago.

I have very severe anxiety disorder, and have been put on anti anxiety meds but they put me in such a fogg I can't function! I recently injured my neck and was prescribed vicoden. When I took it, I found it didn't put me in a fogg and it made me calm. I do realize it is addictive, and I am not one to abuse medication by any means. But I strongly feel that the vicoden is a better alternative. So I'm wondering, is vicoden also used to treat anxiety? Thanks for the non-judgmental answers :) Answered by Barton Busie 1 year ago.

No, It can't. But there are several others. Looking for the best anti anxiety medication that they can use to make themselves better. For this, there are tons of different medication drugs that are now capable of providing such help. With regards to anti anxiety, there are now numerous medication drugs that are capable of getting the job done. As a result of these different drugs, people now have a number of options that they can choose from. Here are just some of the drugs that help treat the disorder: • Ativan – Used to treat anxiety and depression. This drug is really a benzodiazepine and can increase the quantity of GABA in your body. • BuSpar – An anxiolytic that has been developed for anxiety and insomnia. • Celexa – One of the SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) that has been created to treat anxiety and depression. • Centrax- A benzodiazepine that treats the disorder. • Cymbalta – Helps treat depression, fibromyalgia, and peripheral neuropathy. • Dalmane- This drug can be used for a short time period (7-10 days) so that anxiety and insomnia can be treated. It is recognized as a hypnotic and a sedative. • Desyrel- Because it functions by balancing serotonin levels in the body, this drug helps treat anxiety and depression. • Effexor- Treats depression, nervousness, and anxiety. This drug is considered as a SNRI (Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor) • Elavin- A tricyclic drug that works by balancing the neurotransmitters in the brain. As such, it is used to treat anxiety and depression. • Klonopin- A benzodiazepine that works by growing GABA. It is used for anxiety, attacks and seizures. • Lexapro- A SSRI drug that is used to deal with nervousness, depression and anxiety. • Librium- Just like Klonopin, this is a benzodiazepine drug that grows GABA. It is used to handle anxiety, fear, and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Norpramin- A tricyclic drug that is used to treat anxiety and depression. • Pamelor- Another tricyclic drug best known for treating depression and anxiety. • Paxil CR- A SSRI drug that is being used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety, PTSD, Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder, and panic attacks. • Paxipam – A benzodiazepine that is used to treat the disorder. • Prozac- A SSRI drug used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety, Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder, and bulimia. • Remeron- Medication for depression and the disorder. • Serax- A benzodiazepine drug for treating anxiety and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Tofranil- A tricyclic drug that functions by restoring the correct norepinephrine levels in the body. It is used to treat depression, anxiety, and even nighttime bedwetting amongst little children. • Tranxene SD- A benzodiazepine drug used for treating seizures, anxiety, and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Valium- Although it is recognized as benzodiazepine, it is being used to treat muscle spasms, acute alcohol withdrawal, seizures, and anxiety. It also works as a medical sedative. • Vistaril- A drug used for a short time period to treat nervousness, tension, allergies, and anxiety. • Xanax- Another benzodiazepine drug that handles panic attacks and anxiety disorders. • Zoloft- A SSRI drug that treats anxiety, OCD, PTSD, depression, social anxiety, anxiety attacks, and Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder. Answered by Kiersten Balderrama 1 year ago.

NO.. Its just for pain. Its really powerful and easy to get addicted to. Addicts take it to feel that same spacing out.. You should talk to your Dr. about your anxiety meds feeling. Maybe there is something else you could take. .... Not to be mean or anything, BUT most addicts never really started about being someone who gets addicted. Most start to just feel better and get sucked into the vicious cycle of abuse/dependency. Answered by Briana Liston 1 year ago.

No it's not, but side effects are sedation and euphoria so that is why you felt less anxious. You are right that it is addictive and so are the anti-anxiety drugs like Ativan and Xanax. Not meant for long term use. Cognitive behavior therapy and meditation are helpful too. Answered by Yolanda Pitruzzello 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Stephani Holbert 1 year ago.

No, Vicodin is a strong pain reliever, and it doesn't relieve anxiety. In addition to the answers above, I do believe Luvox is one to ease anxiety disorders. I've found that Luvox is extremely similar to Zoloft, which is why I figured I'd say something. Answered by Millicent Bracetty 1 year ago.

Vicodin. And no, it is a narcotic pain med. It will likely get you addicted adding to your problems Answered by Donette Drewett 1 year ago.

Naw you gonna get addicted.. Answered by Angelita Mcgalliard 1 year ago.


How to cure hiccups with water?
Asked by Ruthanne Din 1 year ago.

A hiccup is a spasm of the diaphragm. Though many people claim that drinking water may shorten the duration, there is no scientific proof that any of these remedies actually help, However, there are several medicines that do help out in this case. This include, but are not limited to, lprax, Alprazolam, Amifostine, Apo-Chlordiazepoxide, Apo-Clorazepate, c;pdd Aprepitant, Ativan, Blanex, Bretylate, BretyliumTosylate, Bretylol, CarboprostTromethamine, Centrax, Chlordiazepoxide, Chlorofon-F, ChlorphenesinCarbamate, Clorazepate, ClorazepateDipotassium, Corax, Diastat, Diazemuls, Diazepam, DiazepamIntensol, Dopar, Dormicum, Emend, Ethosuximide, Ethyol, Felbamate, Felbatol, Flexaphen, Gen-Xene, Hemabate, Hypnovel, Kalma, Kinson, Levodopa, Libritabs, Librium, Lobac, LorazepamIntensol, Madopar, Maolate, Medilium, Metaxalone, Mexiletine, Mexitil, Midazolam, MidazolamHydrochloride, Miflex, Mitran, Mus-Lac, Nicorette, NicoretteDS, NicorettePlus, Nicotine, Nicotine chewing gum, Nicotinell-TTS, Nicotrol, Novo-Clopate, Novo-Poxide, Ondansetron, Paraflex, ParafonForteDSC, PargenFortified, Paxipam, Polyflex, ProStep, Ralozam, Reposans-10, Serax, Skelaxin, Skelex, Solium, Tranxene, TranxeneT-Tab, Tranxene-SD, Valium, Valrelease, Versed, Xanax, Zarontin, Zofran. Answered by Francine Gittens 1 year ago.

This is an Alternative Medicine forum not Allopathic !!! What's with all the drugs??? Bend your neck forward and sip water that way. Try adding honey to warm H2O... Hold your breath for twenty seconds and think of something fun you did when you were a child. If you can make your mind drift away you can trick (hypnotize) your self to curing the hiccup faster as there is no real cure for hiccups (unless you have a chronic disorder then you need other treatments) but TIME . Answered by Stacey Geiger 1 year ago.

people might say get scared or hold your breath but I understand the best situation is to get a water bottle and take 9 gulps in a row it actually works! I do it all the time well it works for me I don t know for others Answered by Cora Daste 1 year ago.

By drinking a glass of water. Answered by Hellen Tellefson 1 year ago.

well theres 2 ways drink water up side down and breathin and drink a glass of water Answered by Cheryl Cantakis 1 year ago.

Drink 8oz glass slow. This should keep your mind on the reaction in your gut. Answered by Reiko Corke 1 year ago.

.drink a lot of water and try to burp as much as u can.. Answered by Berna Pointer 1 year ago.


I have had hiccups for 3 days straight~~~ 10 points for help?
i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an... Asked by Roselle Anez 1 year ago.

i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an explanation and some HELPPPP! thanks! 10 points to best answer!!!! Answered by Twanda Sherley 1 year ago.

the only element that ever works for me is a spoonful of peanut butter. It ameliorations your respiration types purely precise simply by fact of its stickiness. uncertain if this is interior the abode therapy e book, in spite of the undeniable fact that this is fool-evidence at my abode. Answered by Mabel Casas 1 year ago.


Can you take Effexor with Zoloft?
I have been on 150 mg of Effexor for 11 years. Due to the side effects I desided to get off to see who I am without this powerful drug. For the past 6 months I have brought myself slowly down to 37.5 mg and I have been on 37.5 mg for 8 days. My doctor says I need to be completley off Effexor for one week before I... Asked by Elba Milloy 1 year ago.

I have been on 150 mg of Effexor for 11 years. Due to the side effects I desided to get off to see who I am without this powerful drug. For the past 6 months I have brought myself slowly down to 37.5 mg and I have been on 37.5 mg for 8 days. My doctor says I need to be completley off Effexor for one week before I can try Zoloft. I am having really bad anxiety and withdrawel symptoms so I am wondering if I can start the Zoloft while I come off the last bit of Effexor? She gave me xanax but its not helping....any advice would be great! Answered by Myrtie Deblauw 1 year ago.

I'm sure that for purely safety issues she is recommending not to take them together--even in a small dose. You may run a small risk of serotonin syndrome (fever; agitation; hyperreflexia; anxiety)...but it is very unlikely with small doses of Zoloft. The Xanax (which is an incredibly effective pharmaceutical) will diminish all--if any--of these 'side-effects'. By my own similar experiences in this issue, I've never had any problems of the like. However, going from Effexor which affects serotonin and norepinephine (SSNRI) to Zoloft which solely affects serotonin (SSRI), you may find the latter drug an inadequate replacement. Cymbalta is simply the best and most potent (and one of the only) SSNRI's, I take it myself--so perhaps I am biased. But I recommend it highly. A start at 30mg-the lowest dose would, in my opinion, be optimal. You've just gotta be patient (perhaps 3 to even 8 weeks) for you to feel the beneficial effects of it. I always hated that period of waiting--but benzodiazepines like Xanax, Klonopin, and Ativan, perhaps even Tranxene-SD, are excellent during this anticipatory period. I hope all goes well for you. Answered by Abram Mcgarey 1 year ago.

Effexor has done wonders for me. Zoloft did not work at all. After taking Effexor for three weeks it helps you minimize your anxiety so that you can function normally. It is not addictive, but once your on it you can really feel the difference. Also it is very expensive - almost $5 per pill. And no generic is available. Answered by Ismael Revalee 1 year ago.

your dr. is right. you cant take the zoloft while still taking the effexor. the xanax should help with the withdrawl and anxiety. you need to call dr. and get an increase in dosage of the xanax untill you start the zoloft. try doing some deep breathingf exercises--take walks. and real warm showers, to try to relieve some of the anxiety in the meantime. good luck. hang in there! Answered by Anita Levi 1 year ago.


I'm on klonopin now for a week and it hasn't helped me much yet.?
i was just wondering for people out there, if they think valium or xanax are better for anxiety or would u recommend anything else. i'm goin to see my doctor soon so i wanted to talk to him about what medication i should switch to or if i should stay on klonopin for a litle longer? Asked by Darwin Coghlan 1 year ago.

I would continue to take it until you talk to your doctor b/c usually after 5 to 7 days after using it if you just quit taking it the dosage has to be reduced to wean yourself off of it because it does become habit forming for a lot of people. Most doctors don't want to put someone on something that is habit forming, He may switch you to something else. Buspar is an antianxiety medication. There are several Alprazolam Intensol Alzapam Ativan Centrax Equanil Inderal Inderal-LA Inderide [CD] Inderide LA [CD] Ipran Klonopin Lexapro ( Lexaprotm ) Libritabs Librium Lipoxide Loraz Lorazepam Intensol Luvox Meprospan Miltown Neuramate Novo-Alprazol Romazicon Paxil Paxipam Serax T-Quil Tranxene Tranxene - SD Tranxene T Valium Valrelease Versed Xanax Answered by Laree Sary 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine mainly used for treatments of seizures or symptoms of panic disorder. Frankly speaking, if you are not responding to klonopin well enough, you might want to ask your doctor to re-evaluate your medical profile. But before that; some factors for you to consider. 1. For the week's dosage, is it on a high dosage level? Coz klonopin IS habit forming and do have large withdrawal effects. Might suggest to reduce it gradually to minimise the effects. 2. I would suggest valium for mild anxiety attacks rather than klonopin. But since you are only on it for 1 week, u might want to stay longer to see its benefit. (That does not mean u can mix these 2 drugs together). Answered by Shaquita Couchman 1 year ago.

I don't know that much about klonopin, but have taken zoloft and effexor for years and it usually takes a few weeks before you can begin to feel better. Just talk to your Dr. about which is best for you. Valium and xanax are usually for a one-time fix, but antidepressants are taken everyday and build up in your system. Just be safe and check out info on anything you take...there are side-effects to most of them! Answered by Ciera Delang 1 year ago.

hun it takes far longer than a week it usually takes about 3 weeks some times 4 to start seeing results and upwards of 3 months to start getting the full effect... the absolute best way to get this medicine as with any medicine... take it on a very continues bases. ie: the exact same time every single day like put it down on your cell phone for like 9 am.. to take it every day at that time. if you take one tab at 7:30 then the next one 8 hours later and then the next one 10 hours later its not going to be as effective. make it as routine as possible. Answered by Claris Canipe 1 year ago.

Clonazepam is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Consult your doctor. Please see the web pages for more details on Clonazepam (generic name) Klonopin (brand name). Answered by Lisa Graeff 1 year ago.

klonopin can cause depression, and memory loss. i like xanax. Answered by Silva Alcombright 1 year ago.


Can Vicoden treat Anxiety disorder?
I have very severe anxiety disorder, and have been put on anti anxiety meds but they put me in such a fogg I can't function!I recently injured my neck and was prescribed vicoden. When I took it, I found it didn't put me in a fogg and it made me calm.I do realize it is addictive, and I am not one to... Asked by Renda Munyon 1 year ago.

I have very severe anxiety disorder, and have been put on anti anxiety meds but they put me in such a fogg I can't function! I recently injured my neck and was prescribed vicoden. When I took it, I found it didn't put me in a fogg and it made me calm. I do realize it is addictive, and I am not one to abuse medication by any means. But I strongly feel that the vicoden is a better alternative. So I'm wondering, is vicoden also used to treat anxiety? Thanks for the non-judgmental answers :) Answered by Evie Melser 1 year ago.

No, It can't. But there are several others. Looking for the best anti anxiety medication that they can use to make themselves better. For this, there are tons of different medication drugs that are now capable of providing such help. With regards to anti anxiety, there are now numerous medication drugs that are capable of getting the job done. As a result of these different drugs, people now have a number of options that they can choose from. Here are just some of the drugs that help treat the disorder: • Ativan – Used to treat anxiety and depression. This drug is really a benzodiazepine and can increase the quantity of GABA in your body. • BuSpar – An anxiolytic that has been developed for anxiety and insomnia. • Celexa – One of the SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) that has been created to treat anxiety and depression. • Centrax- A benzodiazepine that treats the disorder. • Cymbalta – Helps treat depression, fibromyalgia, and peripheral neuropathy. • Dalmane- This drug can be used for a short time period (7-10 days) so that anxiety and insomnia can be treated. It is recognized as a hypnotic and a sedative. • Desyrel- Because it functions by balancing serotonin levels in the body, this drug helps treat anxiety and depression. • Effexor- Treats depression, nervousness, and anxiety. This drug is considered as a SNRI (Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor) • Elavin- A tricyclic drug that works by balancing the neurotransmitters in the brain. As such, it is used to treat anxiety and depression. • Klonopin- A benzodiazepine that works by growing GABA. It is used for anxiety, attacks and seizures. • Lexapro- A SSRI drug that is used to deal with nervousness, depression and anxiety. • Librium- Just like Klonopin, this is a benzodiazepine drug that grows GABA. It is used to handle anxiety, fear, and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Norpramin- A tricyclic drug that is used to treat anxiety and depression. • Pamelor- Another tricyclic drug best known for treating depression and anxiety. • Paxil CR- A SSRI drug that is being used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety, PTSD, Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder, and panic attacks. • Paxipam – A benzodiazepine that is used to treat the disorder. • Prozac- A SSRI drug used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety, Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder, and bulimia. • Remeron- Medication for depression and the disorder. • Serax- A benzodiazepine drug for treating anxiety and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Tofranil- A tricyclic drug that functions by restoring the correct norepinephrine levels in the body. It is used to treat depression, anxiety, and even nighttime bedwetting amongst little children. • Tranxene SD- A benzodiazepine drug used for treating seizures, anxiety, and acute alcohol withdrawal. • Valium- Although it is recognized as benzodiazepine, it is being used to treat muscle spasms, acute alcohol withdrawal, seizures, and anxiety. It also works as a medical sedative. • Vistaril- A drug used for a short time period to treat nervousness, tension, allergies, and anxiety. • Xanax- Another benzodiazepine drug that handles panic attacks and anxiety disorders. • Zoloft- A SSRI drug that treats anxiety, OCD, PTSD, depression, social anxiety, anxiety attacks, and Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder. Answered by Cierra Maggart 1 year ago.

NO.. Its just for pain. Its really powerful and easy to get addicted to. Addicts take it to feel that same spacing out.. You should talk to your Dr. about your anxiety meds feeling. Maybe there is something else you could take. .... Not to be mean or anything, BUT most addicts never really started about being someone who gets addicted. Most start to just feel better and get sucked into the vicious cycle of abuse/dependency. Answered by Dia Scanneu 1 year ago.

No it's not, but side effects are sedation and euphoria so that is why you felt less anxious. You are right that it is addictive and so are the anti-anxiety drugs like Ativan and Xanax. Not meant for long term use. Cognitive behavior therapy and meditation are helpful too. Answered by Jessia Oscarson 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Zachery Mckenzie 1 year ago.

No, Vicodin is a strong pain reliever, and it doesn't relieve anxiety. In addition to the answers above, I do believe Luvox is one to ease anxiety disorders. I've found that Luvox is extremely similar to Zoloft, which is why I figured I'd say something. Answered by Leda Szynkowicz 1 year ago.

Vicodin. And no, it is a narcotic pain med. It will likely get you addicted adding to your problems Answered by Elvera Frezza 1 year ago.

Naw you gonna get addicted.. Answered by Abdul Tashiro 1 year ago.


How to cure hiccups with water?
Asked by Despina Keels 1 year ago.

A hiccup is a spasm of the diaphragm. Though many people claim that drinking water may shorten the duration, there is no scientific proof that any of these remedies actually help, However, there are several medicines that do help out in this case. This include, but are not limited to, lprax, Alprazolam, Amifostine, Apo-Chlordiazepoxide, Apo-Clorazepate, c;pdd Aprepitant, Ativan, Blanex, Bretylate, BretyliumTosylate, Bretylol, CarboprostTromethamine, Centrax, Chlordiazepoxide, Chlorofon-F, ChlorphenesinCarbamate, Clorazepate, ClorazepateDipotassium, Corax, Diastat, Diazemuls, Diazepam, DiazepamIntensol, Dopar, Dormicum, Emend, Ethosuximide, Ethyol, Felbamate, Felbatol, Flexaphen, Gen-Xene, Hemabate, Hypnovel, Kalma, Kinson, Levodopa, Libritabs, Librium, Lobac, LorazepamIntensol, Madopar, Maolate, Medilium, Metaxalone, Mexiletine, Mexitil, Midazolam, MidazolamHydrochloride, Miflex, Mitran, Mus-Lac, Nicorette, NicoretteDS, NicorettePlus, Nicotine, Nicotine chewing gum, Nicotinell-TTS, Nicotrol, Novo-Clopate, Novo-Poxide, Ondansetron, Paraflex, ParafonForteDSC, PargenFortified, Paxipam, Polyflex, ProStep, Ralozam, Reposans-10, Serax, Skelaxin, Skelex, Solium, Tranxene, TranxeneT-Tab, Tranxene-SD, Valium, Valrelease, Versed, Xanax, Zarontin, Zofran. Answered by Elizabet Wurl 1 year ago.

This is an Alternative Medicine forum not Allopathic !!! What's with all the drugs??? Bend your neck forward and sip water that way. Try adding honey to warm H2O... Hold your breath for twenty seconds and think of something fun you did when you were a child. If you can make your mind drift away you can trick (hypnotize) your self to curing the hiccup faster as there is no real cure for hiccups (unless you have a chronic disorder then you need other treatments) but TIME . Answered by Justin Ising 1 year ago.

people might say get scared or hold your breath but I understand the best situation is to get a water bottle and take 9 gulps in a row it actually works! I do it all the time well it works for me I don t know for others Answered by Salena Ianacone 1 year ago.

By drinking a glass of water. Answered by Cleora Wittliff 1 year ago.

well theres 2 ways drink water up side down and breathin and drink a glass of water Answered by Racquel Elwood 1 year ago.

Drink 8oz glass slow. This should keep your mind on the reaction in your gut. Answered by Julio Emond 1 year ago.

.drink a lot of water and try to burp as much as u can.. Answered by Valeria Balson 1 year ago.


I have had hiccups for 3 days straight~~~ 10 points for help?
i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an... Asked by Cecille Exel 1 year ago.

i had the flu....when i got a steroid shot i came home and had the hiccups....they come and go but they have kept me up in the middle of the night even continuing for 3 hours one time.....i drink lots of water but it doesn't really work and i have tried most alllllll of the hiccup remedies....please give me an explanation and some HELPPPP! thanks! 10 points to best answer!!!! Answered by Joan Leomiti 1 year ago.

the only element that ever works for me is a spoonful of peanut butter. It ameliorations your respiration types purely precise simply by fact of its stickiness. uncertain if this is interior the abode therapy e book, in spite of the undeniable fact that this is fool-evidence at my abode. Answered by Tatiana Schroder 1 year ago.


Can you take Effexor with Zoloft?
I have been on 150 mg of Effexor for 11 years. Due to the side effects I desided to get off to see who I am without this powerful drug. For the past 6 months I have brought myself slowly down to 37.5 mg and I have been on 37.5 mg for 8 days. My doctor says I need to be completley off Effexor for one week before I... Asked by Casey Keyton 1 year ago.

I have been on 150 mg of Effexor for 11 years. Due to the side effects I desided to get off to see who I am without this powerful drug. For the past 6 months I have brought myself slowly down to 37.5 mg and I have been on 37.5 mg for 8 days. My doctor says I need to be completley off Effexor for one week before I can try Zoloft. I am having really bad anxiety and withdrawel symptoms so I am wondering if I can start the Zoloft while I come off the last bit of Effexor? She gave me xanax but its not helping....any advice would be great! Answered by Annabelle Bonelli 1 year ago.

I'm sure that for purely safety issues she is recommending not to take them together--even in a small dose. You may run a small risk of serotonin syndrome (fever; agitation; hyperreflexia; anxiety)...but it is very unlikely with small doses of Zoloft. The Xanax (which is an incredibly effective pharmaceutical) will diminish all--if any--of these 'side-effects'. By my own similar experiences in this issue, I've never had any problems of the like. However, going from Effexor which affects serotonin and norepinephine (SSNRI) to Zoloft which solely affects serotonin (SSRI), you may find the latter drug an inadequate replacement. Cymbalta is simply the best and most potent (and one of the only) SSNRI's, I take it myself--so perhaps I am biased. But I recommend it highly. A start at 30mg-the lowest dose would, in my opinion, be optimal. You've just gotta be patient (perhaps 3 to even 8 weeks) for you to feel the beneficial effects of it. I always hated that period of waiting--but benzodiazepines like Xanax, Klonopin, and Ativan, perhaps even Tranxene-SD, are excellent during this anticipatory period. I hope all goes well for you. Answered by Laronda Esselink 1 year ago.

Effexor has done wonders for me. Zoloft did not work at all. After taking Effexor for three weeks it helps you minimize your anxiety so that you can function normally. It is not addictive, but once your on it you can really feel the difference. Also it is very expensive - almost $5 per pill. And no generic is available. Answered by Teddy Auringer 1 year ago.

your dr. is right. you cant take the zoloft while still taking the effexor. the xanax should help with the withdrawl and anxiety. you need to call dr. and get an increase in dosage of the xanax untill you start the zoloft. try doing some deep breathingf exercises--take walks. and real warm showers, to try to relieve some of the anxiety in the meantime. good luck. hang in there! Answered by Linsey Lawrie 1 year ago.


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