Would 400mg Of Clonazapem And70mg Ambien With Alcohol Be Fatal

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Savanagh Says:


Is this a fatal combination?If i started drinking heavily and the injested this amount, would it be deadly?



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Cats68 Says:
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Hi Savanagh, yes, this combination of drugs and alcohol can be deadly. Are you depressed and having problems? Nothing and no one is worth taking your life. Please, talk with your doctor about what's going on in your life and how you feel. A medical professional can help you with your problems.

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Pmdc DM Says:
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Ingesting that much clonazepam and Ambien is just suicide. Drinking alcohol with a benzodiazepine will result in death. You will most likely go into respiratory arrest then cardiac arrest.

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ryanpatrick81 Says:

It would be fatal even without alcohol.

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Chris Says:
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First I am concerned that you would ask about such incredibly high doses of medication.
Ambien should not be taken in more than 10 mg. No GOOD MD would ever prescribe 70 mg.
Are you deliberately trying to harm yourself?
Please seek help.

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