Can You Take Suboxone And Klonopin Together?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
No, they both depress the respiratory system and combining them has killed many people in a way they never saw it or felt it. It puts you to sleep and you never get back up. The whole time you feel warm and content not knowing your dying from lack of air. Several famous stars have just died from this in recent years. Bezo and opiate should never be mixed and especially with people who have a history of drug abuse. You abuse these two at the same time and they will abuse you back for good.
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Hanna Whilson answered

There are many medications that are not allowed to be taken together. It is important to know the composition and the dosage of the active substance that you can take. You can read the descriptions of these meds on Canada Drugs Direct website as it provides its customers with the detailed info of all medications that are sold there. Hopefully, this info will be useful for someone!

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Hardly useful and potentially dangerous.

Both are prescription drugs in the USA.

Klonopin is a benzodiazepine.

Using Suboxone and a benzodiazepine at the same time has been found to be associated with more accidental injuries and an increased number of visits to the emergency room. This drug combination can be deadly.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The doctor prescribed me suboxone and klonopin, klonopin for anxiety and as long as you take it cautiously and not more than is prescribed he said it was ok. No you shouldnt combine them but you can if you take what you are suppose to and no more.
Dennis Settlemyre Profile
No! The first person is correct. I've found 2 people dead and know a few others. It's bad on your respitory system. When you fall asleep, your brain tells your lungs to breathe shallow til you stop altogether. I know a girl who stayed the nite at my buddies house, did both, and literally was found dead the next day with a smile on her face! And she was a long-practicing opiate and benzo addict.

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