Klonopin In Your System Therapeutic Levels For 1mg 3x S Daily

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Chloe Says:

Need to know what the levels mean on a toxicology report for clonazepam 1mg and prozac 40mg once a day. Clonazepam level showed 0.022 mg/L and Prozac level showed 0.11 mg/L

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Verwon Says:

I have to be honest and say that I have no information on what these levels mean, or if they were appropriate for the prescribed dosages and the person being tested.

Such levels involved more than just the prescribed doses, the person's weight, age, metabolism, overall health, activity levels and various other factors go in to figuring out what the appropriate and safe levels are.

Learn more Clonazepam details here.

Learn more Prozac details here.

Have you tried contacting the lab to ask? They'd have a better idea of the significance of these levels and your doctor also might.

Were you told there was some problem with them?

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