What Is The Highest Mg Of Klonopin

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suboxone and klonopin and lamictal
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I am on 3 suboxones a day the highest dose. 1 mg of klonopin 3 times a day and 100 mg of lamictal twice a day. Is this safe? And what are the side affects. I find I am lathargic, high, extremely tired and get the nods and slurred speech. I feel high as a kite and fall asleep very easy but don't want to end up im a coma. Is this normal? I also have trouble keeping my eyes open and focusing it's almost like I am high as a kite but not a good high. Please help. ## Hello, Marcus! How are you dong? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. The FDA lists Suboxone as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Thus, the highest dose of it daily could be too much... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Jan 19 '15, 5:39 PM
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the 3 mg tablets do not help me, seems like 2 do but is that safe? ## actually what is the highest dose anyone has taken? seems like my tolerance is high. ## That dosage is safe, prescribing info says it has been tested safe up to 7.5mgs, but I would recommend talking to your doctor, he might want to try something different for you that could work better instead of taking your dose up that high. ## It depends on your body. I took 9mg Lunesta + 5 Ambien & slept great. My doc wasn't very excited and wont give me any more. So instead I take 2mg Klonopin, 10 mg Ambien, 25/50 Topamax and something else. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lunesta.
Thu, Aug 19 '10, 7:02 PM

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