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    Old 02-15-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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    Oxycodone after Xanax

    I took .75 mg of Alprazolam (xanax) at 4 pm today, and I have to work in the morning, but my back is flaring up bad.. Is it safe for me to take 15 mg of oxycodone when I get off of work to ease the pain? Is that long enough in between the 2 medicines? I have no tolerance to either as I only take them when I absolutely need to.

    I understand the half life of alprazolam is generally accepted to be around 11.5 hours, so would that mean that there is roughly .17 mg still left in me around 230 when I get off work? Will that .17 mg effect the oxycodone at all since the effects of the xanax are well worn off?

    I am strongly against mixing medication so I want to be sure that this will in no way effect the Oxycodone. Thanks in advance for any information. Both are prescribed as needed also, just fyi.. Thanks!

     
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