40 Mg Methadone Interaction With Other Meds

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Ruperk Says:
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I take 4-10mg methadone. I'm worried that they also got me on 100mg Zoloft plus a 150mg Trazadone and 2- 20mg adderal. Worred about taking all this pills. I've taken these pills for 8yrs now. The Zoloft they put me on 2 months ago. I breath fine but have had it fill like my brain is starving for oxygen to the point I fill like I'm suffocating or READY to pass out. It used to be once every couple months, now it's every week it only happen if I go upstairs or carry something heavy.

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David Says:

This is not medical advice, but just because a doctor prescribes you something, doesn't necessarily mean that it's the best thing you could possibly do or take for your body. They prescribe because these pharmaceutical products are the only thing at their disposal to make money off of (outside of your co-pay). That's why they try to cram so many patients into a 1 hour window, to increase their hourly wage; but at what cost to the patient who only gets a couple minutes of their time? Now the patient is left with several prescriptions without any interaction warnings or explanation on the doctor's part because they couldn't afford to take the time to explain why they chose the medications they chose, or if they should be taken together or hours apart... I just felt the need to say all of this because you said that you're worried that these doctors have you on so many medications... and it's my belief that you should try to trust taking action based on how you feel inside instead of allowing these doctors to trust that they get your money for many more years... I would also encourage you to bring your prescriptions to the pharmacy you got them filled at and ask them directly how to safely administer the combination of meds you received because the doctor who prescribed them went MIA. Ok, ranting-over. Sorry for the spiel.

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