You really need to ask a pharmacist to be sure. Don't gamble with drugs, drug combinations or your health. Call your local drug store. They'll be glad to assist.
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I agree with the above, wanted to add that I know from personal experience that you can take these drugs together IF you have a legitimate need for both. Recreationally, I would not do it. I would start with taking your full daily methadone dose and 1/4 to 1/2 of the Strattera, then increasing slowly to full prescribed doses of both IF you feel OK.
Answer: It is probably not a good idea to smoke while taking any medication. From what I know, smoking should not effect Strattera in a way that the medication doesn't work to its full potential. However, you should talk to your doctor regarding your smoking habits, and perhaps try to quit. Strattera may cause depression in children, and it has been shown to cause heart problems, including shortness of breath, so this may or may not increase your chance if you are smoking.
I've been on Methadone (this time) for 2 years. I've been on and off of it a total of 13 years. About 6 months ago I asked my psychiatrist if he could prescribe me something to help me focus. He put me on Strattera.I had no problems.
No that will destroy your lungs and can cause serious health problems
You can never smoke meth... Period.
Can you take strattera and depakote together?
yes i just took one and i had a flase positive for methadone and i have been on a 80mg dose of strattera for a few years
Methadone mixed with benzos is one of the most lethal combinations possible and it is this combination that has been cited as the source for most of the methadone deaths being reported in the US.
Yes you can take them both together if you want to be seriously tired and drowsy. At least for me if i take more than one methadone at a time it just puts me to sleep and as far as methocarbmol goes all it is is a very weak muscle relaxer.
When one takes Methadone, meaning methadone treatment, do not need to take Morphine. Therefore, taking those two for my personal opinion one do not have a need to take them together. You ether take Methadone alone, which according to me is the best one to take, or, just Morphine alone. So preferably do not mix them together.
Can Lexapro and Methadone be taken together on a day to day baices? No one seems to know. my dotor didnt tell me if it was safe
It is not recommended to take methadone if you are already on soboxone. Your system must be free of one before taking the other.
You could take them together but its quite a waste eventually. Methadone works as a blocker of opiates . Heroin addicts get prescribed it to take away their withdrawal but also so they cant get high from herion anymore. You would have to be on it for a little while before that starts working but it eventually does. I used to take up to 30 vicodin and or norcos a day, and when i tried to get off it i was prescribed methadone. ++Addition++ First of all, methadone DOES NOT block the effects of opiates. It does not contain any of the opiate blocking chemicals like suboxone or narcon does. However, taking ANY opiate in addition to Methadone can be very dangerous. Methadone is stronger per mg than many of the standard opiates that people take, such as Norco or Lortab. So taking one of these with Methadone can very easily send you into overdose mode. This is not to say that they cannot be taken together, but you just have to be very, very careful. My suggestion would be to ALWAYS speak with your doctor or other licensed health care professional for advice on what to take with your methadone.
If I have a prescription from my doctor for methadone and take it very responsably,with the hope of a two year detox. I have to take a swab test. will this pick up the methadone that I have been on for over one year, without any othetrproplems
It is not recommended to take suboxone and methadone together within a few hours apart. You should give yourself time to get one out of your system before taking the other. Mixing methadone and suboxone can result in sickness and withdrawals.
The only way that could happen is if he took one of your methadone pills. Keep them locked up!
If you want to, yes. But the methadone is a much more potent opiate than Vicodin. If you are taking an adequate dose of methadone, then it is likely that all your opiate receptors in your brain are full. That is, in fact, the point of taking methadone. If they are, then you probably won't "feel" anything from the Vicodin. If you are not taking an adequate dose of methadone, then the Vicodin will help with pain/opiate withdrawls/whatever you are taking it for. It is important to add that if you take the Vicodin with methadone, or any long acting/extended release opiate, that you are still increasing your chances of respiratory depression(the #1 risk of taking too many pain-killers or benzodiazopenes) EVEN IF you do not "feel" the effects from the Vicodin.