Cheratussin Ac And Clonazepam

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Rocky Says:
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Has anybody taken Cheratussin AC and Clonazepam who can tell me if the two medications worked together without interaction? Thanks.



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Verwon Says:

No, they do not, you may experience more side effects than usual, according to FDA interaction reports, which may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, and sedation.

Are you on any other medications? What are the prescribed dosages?

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Rocky Says:
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I take Atenolol 50mg, a diuretic 25mg and an inhaler. I'm also a smoker.

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John Dor Says:
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You can take both just fine. Its an opiate and a benzo, take it slow and get nice & faded. Source: im prescribed clonazapem and have had some of my cherratussin syrup

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