Clonazepam/ip 465

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My best friend desided he wanted to be johnybad ass and took 3 ip465 and 2 clonazepam. What are the side effects of those two combine and will he be ok?

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Verwon Says:

Hello! How is your friend doing? Did he suffer any adverse effects?

The tablet with the IP 465 marking is actually of more concern than the 2 Clonazepam, because it contains 600mgs of Ibuprofen and taking that much, at once, creates the risk of liver damage or liver failure, as well as stomach ulceration, since it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory.

Two of the Clonazepam would most likely just result in him taking a nap, unless he's sensitive to them, in which case it could cause overdose that may result in dangerously lowered heart rate and blood pressure. It also carries the risk of being habit forming.

Has he sought medical attention?

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