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Tranxene Side Effects: What You Really Need to Know


tranxene medicationTranxene side effects : What are some of the more likely side effects which may occur? 

While Tranxene side effects cannot really be anticipated, if any occur or change in intensity you should notify your physician immediately.  Only your doctor can determine if you should continue taking this anxiety medication in spite of the Tranxene side effects. 

Tranxene side effects: Most common side effects include:


Tranxene side effects: Less common or somewhat rare side effects may include: 

Blurred vision, depression, difficulty sleeping, difficulty falling asleep, dizziness, dry mouth, double vision, fatigue, genital and urinary tract disorders, headache, irritability, lack of muscle coordination, mental confusion, nervousness, tremors, skin rashes, slurred speech, stomach and intestinal problems, tremor 

Tranxene side effects due to withdrawal or rapid decrease from this anxiety medication may include: 

Abdominal cramps, convulsions, diarrhea, difficulty sleeping, difficulty falling asleep, hallucinations, impaired memory, irritability, muscle aches, nervousness, tremors, and vomiting 


In addition to the Tranxene side effects you must also consider the following potential food and drug interactions when taking this anti-anxiety medication: 

Tranxene has been known to slow down the central nervous system and intensify the effects of alcohol.  You should always consult your doctor before drinking alcohol while taking Tranxene. 

If Tranxene is taken with some other specific medications, the effects of either can be decreased, increased or otherwise altered.  You should always check with your doctor prior to taking Tranxene with the following medications: 

  • Antidepressant drugs known as MAO inhibitors including Nardil and Parnate, and other antidepressants such as Elavil and Prozac

  • Barbiturates such as Seconal and Nembutal

  • Narcotic pain relievers such as Percodan and Demerol

  • Major tranquilizers such as Thorazine and Mellaril 

While Tranxene side effects may intensify or occur while combined with the above medications, your doctor may have some concerns about other medications as well.  Always be safe rather than sorry when you experience any of the previously mentioned Tranxene side effects.

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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