Accidentally Took 2 Different Muscle Relaxers

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James Says:


I accidentally took a dantrolene 25mg with my baclofen 10mg



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David Says:

Hi James,

I did some research looking into possible drug interactions between the two, and one report suggests that using the two together may increase the risk of certain side effects ranging from dizziness and drowsiness, to impaired cognitive function. However that seems to be the worst of your worries based off this information alone -(but also not to discount each drug's own individual side effects as well).

And if this was just a one time thing then in my experience you should be fine, but on the other hand, if you were to develop symptoms that became too bothersome or severe, I'd still encourage you to contact your doctor immediately and/or poison control to see what steps should be taken to ensure your safety/well-being.

I hope this helps!

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