Taking Soma 350mg, Xanax 2mg And Oxycodone 15mg 4 Time/day

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Dupont Says:


My doctor has recently become hesitant to give me Soma with the combined drugs and wants me to use a different Muscle Relaxer. Is there a new law coming to NY to prevent doctors from prescribing the three drugs together? I fave severe spinal stenosis at multiple levels and two herniated discs causing chronic pain,



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EDDY Says:

Be careful as you don't want your Xanax or Oxycodone compromised as well. Many Doctors do not like prescribing SOMA which has little therapeutic quality. You can live with a different muscle relaxer while the other medicine can cause serious withdrawal problems.

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My bf has taken soma 350mg, klonopin 1mg and an ir 30 mg, plus drank about 4 beers. Do I need to worry about an overdose?

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VerFree Says:

Soma, which contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, has recently garnered more attention, due to how often it is being abused. Since it can cause some side effects that are similar to those caused by opiates, such as dizziness, sedation, and a feeling of being high, which has caused many people to take it illicitly.

Thus, many doctors have become reluctant to prescribe it, anymore. How well do you fare on just the opiates?

Jmay, he may experience more sedation, dizziness, nausea, and drowsiness, than usual. It is really not good to combine such medications with alcohol. How is he doing? Did he experience any ill effects?

PSA: If you ever fear for the health, life, and/or safety of someone, contact your local emergency services for assistance.

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