White Round Pill 54 142

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Samantha Says:
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Can you break the methadone 10mg into half??



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Cats68 Says:
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Dear Samantha, yes, u can break them in half. It might b easier 2 get a pill cutter. They work great. U can get them at cvs or pretty much any pharmacy. They r sold over the counter.

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Kathy Says:
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Yes as far as I know, personally have broken in half over ten years. Have chronic pain and when I was not in as much pain I often only took half (5 mg.). Contact your pharmacist first, if you call your Dr. they might decrease dose, feeling you don't need as much, I am assuming you take for pain relief. If so may days you will need dose prescribed.

Wish that was my problem, after ten yrs. a new doctor said I abused, took other non-prescribed drugs and street pills. Without one blood-urine examination, so not one Dr. Will prescribe me even my meds. For Gastric Reflex, and also can't even find just a PC, non will accept me- even for non related pain issues. Can't beleive what this Dr. did. Take care,K

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RK Says:
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These white round 10mg Methadone pills marked "54 142" are very strong. Be careful with how much you take. Thanks.

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