Trazodone And Methadon Mix Well?

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aimee Says:
Im on methadone and Trazadone and have been passing out in seconds of taking the trazadone waking up at table, computer, etc with bruises on face is it cause of the mixture?

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beaux Says:
First... take the medications sitting on the bed, ready for sleep. Second, you don't mention what strengths you are taking of each.

20 mg of Methadone and 50mg of Trazodone should not hurt you... if you sleep well then great... if you only sleep for a couple of hours then you should consult your Dr.

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Verwon Says:
For anyone experiencing an issue like this, it is very important that you consult your doctor immediately, regardless of the dose.

Both of these medications may cause depression of the central nervous system, that could cause severely lowered blood pressure and heart rate, so that could be why someone would be passing out.

And if that is the case, then it is very dangerous, because it could result in heart or lung failure. Thus, such a symptom is nothing to play around with and make guesses about, a life could be in danger.

Learn more Methadone details here and you can learn more Trazodone details here.

They also both increase the QTc heart interval and that can be very dangerous.

Are there any comments or concerns?

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Claire Says:
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I am on 50 mg of methadone, I was talking to my counselor about a new sleeping medication I was staring and she said I hope it's not trazodone?! I didn't really think about it much, but that's what I used to take. I just didn't like the way it made me feel years ago.

Why would she tell me not to take trazadone?

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