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Can klonopin and corgard (nadolol) be taken together?

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Dr. Donald Haupt
Psychiatry 49 years experience
Yes: There are no known drug interactions between the two drugs, and they are safe taken together in normal prescribed doses in the average person. Mild caution should be used in people who are depressed since both drugs can mildly worsen existing depression.
Dr. Donald Haupt
Psychiatry 49 years experience
Yes: There are no known drug interactions between the two drugs, and they are safe taken together in normal prescribed doses in the average person. Mild caution should be used in people who are depressed since both drugs can mildly worsen existing depression.

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