Busbar Dosage: How much is
individual Buspar dosage should be taken as directed by your physician. You
should not take more of your specific Busbar dosage or more often than your
doctor recommends. Also, you should not take it for a longer period of time
than the doctor has ordered. To do so may increase the chance of unwanted
After you begin taking
buspar (buspirone), you must give this anti anxiety medication at least one to
two weeks before you feel some anxiety relief.
Buspar dosage: General information:
The Buspar dosage will be
different for different patients. You should always follow your doctor's orders
or the directions on the label. The following information refers only to the
average buspar dosage. If your dose of this antianxiety medicine is different,
you should not change it unless your doctor tells you to do so. The number of
tablets you take depends upon the strength of the medicine and your specific
dosage oral form (tablets):
Usually start at 5 mg two or
three times a day, or 7.5 mg two times a day. Your doctor may increase your
buspar dosage by 5 mg a day every few days if needed. However, the dose is
usually not more than 60 mg per day.
Children up to 18 years of age
The use and dosage must be
determined by your physician.
Usually start your buspar
dosage at 5 mg, two or three times a day, or 7.5 mg two times a day. Your
doctor may increase your dosage by 5 mg a day every few days if necessary.
If you miss your buspar
dosage you should take it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time
for you to take your next dose of this antianxiety medication, you should go
back your regular dosing schedule. You should never double up on your buspar
Storage of this antianxiety medicine:
Keep out of the reach of
Store it away from heat and
Do not store it in the
bathroom, near the kitchen sink or other damp places. Heat or moisture has been
known to break this medicine down.
Do not keep outdated
medicine or medicine that is no longer needed. Be sure that any discarded
medicine is out of the reach of children.
Some information from The PDR Pocket Guide to
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Licensed Psychologist Ph.D. Candidate
(Health and Geriatric Psychologist)
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