Controlled substance

oxazepam

Oxazepam is an anxiety relieving medication in the class called benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines are used to slow brain activity and calm the mind. Oxazepam has been shown especially useful in calming anxiety in patients who are suffering alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Oxazepam can be habit-forming and interacts negatively with opioids. Patients who are prescribed oxazepam should be carefully monitored by their physician. Oxazepam is available in 10, 15 and 20mg capsules that range in cost from $72 to $126 for a bottle of 100 capsules. Oxazepam is an expensive drug, but you can save on the oxazepam costs by using a SearchRx discount card. Use the SearchRx website to compare prices at your local pharmacies. Download and print your oxazepam coupon, or have it sent to your phone by email or text. Oxazepam savings are even simpler when you use the SearchRx mobile app.

Oxazepam is used for relieving anxiety. It is especially useful in patients who are also suffering from alcohol withdrawal symptoms. 

Oxazepam is a capsule taken orally one to four times per day. Oxazepam capsules may be taken with or without food. Oxazepam should be taken exactly as directed. If you feel the desire to take a larger dose, or more frequent doses of oxazepam, talk to your doctor. Oxazepam can be habit-forming.

Talk to your doctor for more specific dosing instructions for your condition.

Tell your doctor about all of your allergies, and about all medications, supplements, and vitamins you are taking.

Tell your doctor about your past medical history. Be sure to mention if you have or have had heart disease, glaucoma, seizures, lung disease, or liver disease.

Alcohol will make the side effects of oxazepam worse. Talk to your doctor about drinking alcohol while on oxazepam.

Oxazepam may make you drowsy. Do not drive or operate machinery until you understand how oxazepam affects you.

Using tobacco products may decrease the effectiveness of this medication.

Tell your dentist or surgeon you are taking oxazepam before having surgery.

Oxazepam Side Effects may include: drowsiness or tiredness, dizziness, headache, upset stomach, changes in appetite, restlessness, difficult or frequent urination, change in libido.

Call your physician right away if you experience: persistent tremor, inability to sit still, irregular heartbeat, yellowing of the skin or eyes, symptoms of allergic reaction, or shuffling walk.

This may not be a complete list of warnings and side effects. Talk to your doctor for more information.

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