your question makes no sense unless you say which drug.
Like all benzodiazepines, Xanax is physically addictive, so, heavy users may experience physical withdrawal symptoms. However, speaking from personal experience, I don't think you will get withdrawal symptoms from taking 2mgs a day for three months. I think you have to be using a lot more than that, to get withdrawals. Six years ago I bought a whole bunch of Xanax online, and started taking 10mgs of it a day. After like 6 months, I ran out of it, and I didn't notice any withdrawal symptoms.
Depends on how long you have been taking it.
Side effects may happen
I'm doing it myself. I get prescribed 8mg pills and am taking less than a quarter a day and I still feel the withdrawals. It's a beating that's for sure. So maybe take a weekend and just try to quit
2mg is ten times more than .2mg is.
I have 1mg tablets of Ativan that I take when I get anxiety symptoms. There have been some months where I've had to take a few a week and other months where I've had to take none at all. I think as long as you are not using it daily and monitoring your usage, dependency should not be an issue.
no. 72 hours after taking it you can.
A "bar" usually means taking a 2mg tablet of xanax.
unless you have a HUGE tolerence and have been taking them everyday for years, you'll probably die, especially if they're 2mg
at least nine hours after taking the xanax then your clear. cocain is bad though.
No . I've been on 140 mg of methadone for 17yrs.. I tried shooting five 2mg dilaudid and felt absolutely nothing. waste of money.
2mg of diaze isn't worth the container its in, u can get 10mg diazys for $5 pretty much anywhere. or so ive been told ;-)
Cut the pill in half to reduce your dose and slowly start taking it less.
no you must wait atleast 12 hours before your opiate receptors are unblocked. Suboxone is an opiate blocker and synthetic opioid. Waiting 24 hours is what a doctor would suggest as suboxone in an avid user will last up to 24 hours. Please wait 24 hours until taking any form of opiates as you might go into instant withdrawals and get very very sick.
Xanax, is not water soluble. It is soluble in Benzene though. Chances are, you won't survive the injection.
I would say that taking 1 2mg Dilaudid pill is equivalent to 10 mg of Morphine. Which is basically like taking 40 Tylenol 3's. Dilaudid is the strongest painkiller available, while T 3's would be the weakest. Hope this helps, not a Dr. but know about painkillers.
Xanax is in the Benzo family and this question can not be answered without the time line that you have been taking the xanax. I have been taking the xanax for 12 years so my detox would be pronounced. If it has been a month then it will take a fairly short amount of time. Any Benzo detox should be supervised by a Doctor because anyone can experience seizures and there are documented deaths as a result of the detox of the Benzo class of medication
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How long you have to wait to take an opiate and get high after taking 2mg of suboxone depends on if you take suboxone regularly or not. For example I do opiates just about everyday, every once in a while when I can't get opiates I'll take suboxone (usually 2mg) and after like 12 hours the suboxone wears off and I start to feel the effects of opiate withdrawal. and sometimes if I have an opiate by that time I'll do it and in my opinion I feel the opiate even only after its been 12 hours since I took the suboxone. (I don't feel the opiate as strong but I feel it) However I do like to try to wait like 18 hours to take an opiate after the suboxone (mind you I'm talking about only 2mg and only after having taken the suboxone for 1 days and not days or weeks or months.. after suboxone has been in your system for more than a day or 2 you have to wait anywhere between 24-72 hours .. 72 hours if you've been on it any longer than a month)
No. 2mg means "two miligrams". 0.2mg means "two-tenths milligram". So 2mg is 10 times more than 0.2mg.
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Yes, I am currently taking 2mg of Klonipin and triple strength melatonin before bed.
This would be an appropriate question to ask your doctor for the safest answer for you. Technically speaking it should be safe for someone to take a Vicodin after taking suboxone 12 hours ago.
Alprazolam (Xanax) comes in 0.25mg, 0.5mg, 1mg 2mg Extended-Release 0.5mg, 1mg, 2mg, 3mg Instant-Release 0.125mg, 0.25mg, 0.5mg 1mg, 2mg