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A 29-year-old male asked:

I have just been changed from oxycodone 180mg qd to methadone 50mg qd (for pain) i also take klonopin, soma, ambien, (zolpidem) lexapro & tofranill, is this dang?

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Dr. Steven Warren
Family Medicine 9 years experience
Always be careful: methadone is a very effective pain medication with great pain control with less psychological overtunes You are on a lot of medication and some overlap like ambien (zolpidem) and klonopin, Soma and methadone and Lexapro and tofranil Also tofranil mixes with the methadone Make sure you are being followed closely

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Last updated Sep 1, 2018

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