Morphine Sulfate And Clonazepam

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Lulu Says:
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How long after taking a 15mg morphine sulfate pill should I wait until I take a 1mg clonazepam? It has been 5hrs since I have taken the morphine. My doctor does prescribe both of them to me. I would just like to be safe about it.



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Sam Says:

You should have no problem taking them together. I take 1 mg of Klonopin and 30 mg of oxycodone at the same time.
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Verwon Says:

It can vary from person to person. It really depends on how your body reacts to each medication. Some people can take them both together, but some may experience too many side effects.

The FDA warns that both carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, and irritability.

What is your current dose spacing?

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Bob Says:
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How long should i wait to take my 1mg klonapin after taking my 30mg morphine ER

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