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you do not want to do this,for one thing methadone is a blocker,you will not feel any affect of the other drug you can take and take and not feel it,that is why there is alot of o.d. on herion people get on methadone to try to get off pills or herion well herion addicts get the methadone for when thay cannot get herion and thay will not get sick then thay get some herion and take it but do not feel the affects so thay will do some more its a blocker thay will end up o.d. because thay do too much ...
Updated 10 years ago in Methadone.
Mon, Jun 25 '07, 3:39 AM
methadone m 57 71
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Can I take the pill m 57 71 after I have use herion in the same day ## Dear London, I really wouldn't mix the 2 together. Wait until u r withdrawing b 4 u take the meth. U will get the best results that way. It can b very dangerous 2 mix the 2. Not 2 mention meth is an opiate, but, also prevents u from feeling the effect of other opiates. ## @London, if you're looking for a second opinion I will say that I do agree with the previous comment, in that, it may be a good idea to wait it out a little longer and not mix the two together without knowing how it's going to effect you. This may or may not help, but according to an article I found on, A 5mg dose of H is said to be equivalent to approximately 20mg of orally ingested methadone. However, the article goes on to sta... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Methadone.
Wed, Apr 23 '14, 7:44 PM

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