Butal/acetaminophen/caf Codeine For Benzo Withdrawal

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Hi going thru tough benzo withdraw and wanting to know if butal/acetamin/caf codeine will be ok



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David Says:

Hi Rick,

Sorry to hear about the withdrawals. From what I could gather, Fioricet w/ Codeine (Butalbital + Acetaminophen + Caffeine) is marketed for use in relieving tension headaches and pain. Apparently the caffeine is what works to relieve headache pain, while butalbital and acetaminophen work together to help relieve general pain, relax muscles, as well as decrease anxiety. The codeine, I imagine, would just be an added boost to these effects. So depending on what types of symptoms you're experiencing in regards to benzo withdrawal, then it seems to me that this medication may help to alleviate those one's mentioned above in particular.

I hope this helps and wish you a quick recovery!

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