Can You Take Trazodone With Oxazepam

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Is it safe to take 100 mg trazodone with 40 mg oxazepam for sleep?



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Verwon Says:

Has your doctor instructed you to do so?

Taking them together can increase the risk of depression of the central nervous system, which may cause shallow breathing, lowered heart rate and lowered blood pressure.

It doesn't mean they can't be used together, but it should only be done under a doctor's approval and supervision.

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Rose Says:

NO. I take the trazodone to help me sleep. I had a skin cancer removed today and the acetami/codine #3 is for pain

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