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Ativan In Your System
About a week: Sertraline half life is about one day, meaning the amount of drug in your systems drops by 1/2 each day. So there is 50% left after day 1, 25% after day 2, 12.5% after day 3, etc. So after about a week the drug is generally out of your system. Discontinuation symptoms, like feeling "brain zaps", can last 1 - 2 weeks after stopping the medication. ...Read more
Few days: Clonazepam has a relatively long half-life (18-50 hours) so a few days most likely but a host of factors - how long it was taken and how much is stored in the body, your body's efficiency in breaking down and clearing the medication, etc. Talk with your prescribing doc about your concerns to get a better idea and share why you'd be worried about this issue so he/she can be most helpful to you. ...Read more
6 to 8 hours active: Ativan (lorazepam) is a mid range benzodiazepine with an active period of 6-8 hours of sedation. After 6-8 hours, Ativan passes again through the liver. Now the liver breaks the Ativan into 2 parts- each part has no psycho-active effects. Lower dosages are used for geriatric adults and medically debilitated patients. Their bodies are slower to metabolize Ativan into its 2 inactive parts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on tolerance: Clonazepam is a long-acting benzodiazepine. Effects you feel depend on your tolerance. The elimination half-life is 20-60 hours [the amount of time your system needs to excrete half the dose you took.] if you take only 1 dose (not repeated ones) it could take up to 300 hours (12.5 days) for it to be completely gone from your body. But the effects perceived by the person may vary. ...Read more
It partially depends on your body mass.: The half-life of the medication is from 12 to 20 hours. This means by the end of the first day that you have stopped taking it probably half of the medication is out of your system. By the next day half of whatever left is i is gone from your system and so on. So it really depends on how much you are taking and how much fat stores you have to get rid of it entirely. I hope this gives you at least a ballpark figure ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Xanax (alprazolam): If you took that high a dose, you need to go to the ER right away. ...Read more
Over 24 hours: Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) is the longest acting oral stimulant; at high enough doses, amphetamine can be detected the next day, although at fairly low concentrations. Still, like with other stimulants, it seems to be effective only on days taken. There is not evidence of which i'm aware that it accumulates over time--though it might at the highest doses. ...Read more
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