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- WomanReview forReview forI only take one medication and its Xanax. I am 64 year old female with PTSD. I wake up and my pulse is 127 without xanax. Yes it's addicting cause it works. Last panic attack didn't have my Xanax on hand, ended up in hospital for 3 days
- 56ManReview forReview forimproved urination as well as improved erections
- 67WomanReview forReview forI would have started taking it sooner if I had known how well it works
- 60WomanReview forReview forWas prescribed naproxen for shoulder pain and inflammation, twice a day for 10 days. Pain disappeared almost immediately. No discernible side effects. Hoping the effects will be long lasting after stopping the medication.
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- ManReview forReview forI have been very careful taking Xanax due to danger of dependency. I only take it during severe panic attacks or Anxiety. A 30 day script usually lasts me 90 days. I also practice meditation which helps greatly.
- 30ManReview forReview forworked great for nerve damage pain but side effects made you almost completely unable to feel emotions, you are a robot, use it only if you NEED it badly
- 29WomanReview forReview forI found the smallest dose that worked for me and take it only when I really, really need it.
- ManReview forReview forWorks rather fast (< than 30 mins.), so no need to take Xanax to anticipate an anxiety attack. Knowing you have a tablet on you is often enough. It does make you feel rather sleepy sometimes, depending on the dose.
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