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Ativan -> something fun by Ernest Punningwell - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:38:29 EST ID:bjdc/Bnp No.138101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey guys, recently got a script for Ativan and was wondering what I could say to possibly get it changed to something like Kpins or Xan? I was planning on saying I need to take 2 (they are 1mg pills) and that it doesn't last long enough, in hope to get a high dose + maybe kpins?
Charles Secklekadge - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 02:22:09 EST ID:EwUic2eK No.138102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't say you have to take two lmao...you can say the effects wear off too soon though and maybe you'll get kpins. Further down the line you can say that the dose you're prescribed isn't working as effectively to get a dose increase.
Charles Secklekadge - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 02:26:36 EST ID:EwUic2eK No.138103 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It could also go the other way and the doc will increase the dose to 2 times daily so in a way that is a dose increase. If I was a Dr. I would try equivalent in kpin rather than doubling up a new patients prescription but that's just me.

ChrisTopHer - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 18:48:42 EST ID:7a8uJarl No.138108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DO NOT tell the Dr that you have been taking two for it to work. This is what work for me: I was on 1mgx60 a month. I continued getting this for 3 months then I told him they were still effective but they weren't working anywhere near as long as before. I got switched to Klonopin 0.5x60. Here it is 6 years later and my script is Klonopin 90x2mg, Xanax 20x2mg.
Isabella Gallyman - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 05:05:29 EST ID:bjdc/Bnp No.138118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So should I stick it out with this for a bit and bring it up in a couple months, or should I bring it up that they don't last long next visit (about a month)?
Phineas Sinnerditch - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 18:02:01 EST ID:Fk7BU8dJ No.138124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just say you are getting anxious and panicky between your ativan doses so you want something that lasts longer. You'll probably get kpins or possibly valium. I'm in a similar situation because i take xanax twice a day and legit am getting anxious between doses and ive been on kpins so im going to ask for valium.
Adler Hitolf - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 14:34:38 EST ID:g5+Phkm6 No.138157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ativan is one of the worst benzos for recreation, I notice nothing from it, same for diazepam.

Edward Turveybanks - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 20:54:09 EST ID:bjdc/Bnp No.138181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, that's why I'm trying to get xanax or kpins
TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 21:46:36 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Meh individual benzo enjoyment seems to differ between individuals, although the triazolobenzodiazepine's seem to be popular and pack a punch (xanax).

I don't advise messing with docs but if you live in an area where alprazolam is commonly prescribed (rare here), you just need to look at why it would be rxd (is your lorazepam for insomnia or acute anxiety?), and since theres a fair chance you're already in a situation like that you just need to present a reason as to why lorazepam isn't suitable. There's lots of reasons you could provide to get rxd a different benzo. Lorazepam and alprazolam have a fair overlap in usage, so that'd be easy.

To go from lorazepam to clonazepam if you were origjnally rxd for panic attacks/acute anxiety it's harder to argue for clonazepam without blatantly lying and more or less presenting symptoms of misdiagnosed GAD.

If its for sleep, say that you wake up at 2-4 hours everynight.

It's easier to rationalize a jump from short acting to short acting (lorazepam is technically intermediate ), than short to long acting.

I've seen stupid people also have it backfire, don't act drug seeking.
Dr. Katz - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:51:07 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
To piggyback off of TinyTrip!

Really, clonazepam is more for generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder. Alprazolam is best suited for panic disorder.

You need to provide solid rationale as to why you should be on alprazolam or clonazepam instead of lorazepam. Is the lorazepam not lasting long enough? -that would be a reason. Is the drug having a lesser effect? -that would prompt the doc to increase your dosage or switch to alprazolam. Alprazolam is twice as strong, mg for mg, compared to lorazepam.

>Alprazolam: panic disorder
>Clonazepam: generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and/or agoraphobia

There are individuals who are RX'd clonazepam for panic though.
Nigel Bandlepork - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 04:01:25 EST ID:Xui1BQez No.138197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just buy some etizolam homie. it takes literally no doctor script if you're in canada or usa.
Cedric Wovingwet - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 21:08:47 EST ID:bjdc/Bnp No.138212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have it prescribed for panic attacks, I don't want to seem drug seeking, but I've been through a few scripts this year trying to get a benzo. SSRIs, and SSNRIs mostly, this is the first benzo I've gotten.

So maybe mention it doesn't hit hard enough?
Dr. Katz - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:22:13 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Different phrasing, but yeah. Xanax (alprazolam) is the number one RX'd benzo in the U.S. It usually doesn't take a whole lot to get a script. But other benzos (diazepam or chlordiazepoxide) are not first line benzos that you'll typically receive. Then there are a host of other benzos that you can be prescribed by a physician or in a hospital that are very difficult to have an outstanding RX for (temazepam, triazolam, midazolam, etc.).
>tl;dr you can say that the lorazepam isn't "hitting hard enough" in more eloquent phrasing. But! Your doc could pull you off of benzos altogether if suspicion arises.
Fucking Crepperbury - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 02:51:35 EST ID:bjdc/Bnp No.138247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm in Canada if that makes a difference, yeah I really don't want to get pulled off. Would be nice to have a script since d boys here flakey af
Angus Beckleman - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 19:56:48 EST ID:um71kJ1g No.138303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
is this future me? I just got bumped to Ativan .5mg x60 a month after waiting out a few months. Hope I can get something else than more Ativan but hey what’s all the hate for Ativan? I personally like it but I don’t get panic attack’s and do have GAD.
Molly Fuckingstock - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 04:11:40 EST ID:JmXcyoKr No.138307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
don't ever mention a drug by name. if you're going to do it, use the chemical name instead of the drug name (ie don't say "i wanna try some xans" say something like "i looked online that most people use alprazolam")

but still, just have them recommend different benzos instead.
Caroline Movingtad - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 11:52:11 EST ID:C9Dx2GFC No.138317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you live in the US it's perfectly chill to go to a doctor and say "I keep seeing some ads for _drugY_ and I think it will help me, do you think it's right for me"?

It only works if the drug is running an ad campaign (which means it's less than 20 years old).
Nigel Packlenun - Fri, 01 Dec 2017 23:12:31 EST ID:0qM+rgBl No.138356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
they just advertise drugs and shit? wtf that sounds so bad

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