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Atarax Dosages: How much should I take? 

Atarax dosages for various conditions

atarax dosages 10 mg. and 25 mg.Your initial Atarax dosage may be in either an injection or tablet form. Whenever your Atarax dosage is began in an injection form, it can then be continued on as a tablet.  Your physician can adjust your Atarax dosage in relation to your response to the medication. 

Atarax dosage for anxiety and tension: 


The usual Atarax dosage for adults for anxiety is 50 mg to 100 mg four times per day. 

Children under the age of six: 

The total Atarax dosage should be 50 mg daily divided into several smaller doses. 

Children over the age of 6: 

Atarax dosage for itching due to an allergic condition: 

Adult Atarax dosage:

Atarax is usually dosed at 25 mg three or four times a day for adults. 


Children under age 6: 

The usual amount of Atarax given to children under the age of 6 is 50 mg daily, divided into several smaller doses. 

Children over the age of 6: 

The usual dose is 50 mg to 100 mg daily divided into several smaller doses. 

Anesthesia: Before and After 

Adult Atarax dosage: 

The usual Atarax dosage is 50 mg to 100 mg before and after general anesthesia for adults. 


Atarax is usually dosed at the rate of 0.6 mg per 2.2 pounds of body weight for children. 

Atarax overdosage: 

Any medication taken in excess of the prescribed amount can have serious consequences.  If you suspect you have had an Atarax overdosage you should contact your physician and seek medical attention immediately. 

The most common symptom of Atarax overdosage is excessive calmness, at which time your blood pressure may drop, although this is not likely. Your Atarax dosage must be determined by your physician and always take your Atarax dosage as prescribed.

Information adapted from The PDR Family Guide Guide to Prescription Drugs

Additional Information and webpage by Paul Susic  Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist  (Health and Geriatric Psychologist)  

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