What Happens If You Mix Klonopin With Lortab?


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If it has not been recommended that you mix Klonopin with Lortab by a doctor, then you should not consider taking the two together. The only judgement you should trust about mixing these two drugs is that of a professional, this is not the kind of thing you want to experiment with yourself.

Klonopin is in a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It affects chemicals in the brain that may cause anxiety and become unbalanced. It is therefore usually dispensed to treat panic and seizure disorders. Klonopin cannot be taken by individuals who have a severe liver disease or are allergic to any benzodiazepines. The drug can have a negative affect on unborn babies and cause them harm and may cause feeding and breathing problems in a newborn. Klonopin sometimes has side effects that include depression so it is important to meet your doctor on regular occasions to discuss this. The sedative affects of the drug can become habit-forming so if you have any concerns that you may get or are addicted to Klonopin, then you should seek medical advice.

Lortab is made up of a combination of hydrocone and acetaminophen. Hydrocone falls within a group of narcotic pain relievers while acetaminophen is a weaker pain reliever that is used to increase the effects of the hydrocone. Lortab will be prescribed to relieve moderate to severe pain. The side effects of taking Lortab can impair your thinking and reactions. You should not drive after taking the drug and you must avoid doing anything that requires you to be particularly awake and alert. You should not drink alcohol while taking Lortab as it can increase your risk of getting liver damage. Like Klonopin, Lortab can be habit-forming so you must make sure that it is only being used by the person it was prescribed to.
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Lortab is a narcotic analgesic opiate and Clonazepam (klonipin) is a benzodiazepein (sp?)
If have heard of doctors prescribing together. Becareful though because they can both cause respiratory depression (stopped breathing) So I would talk to a Dr or RPH about it . If you take too much one of us medics will be picking you up giving you narcan or ramazicaon. ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS check with your DOCTOR!

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