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50 Mg Ambien
Provider supervision: This combination could be reasonable if you are being closely managed by a health professional prescribing them to you. Treatment decisions are always benefits vs. risks. Ambien is recommended to be started at 5 mg but can be increased to 10 mg if needed and you are aware of the added risks (see the FDA's warning). I am not sure what other medications you may be taking. Alcohol is not recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me is it bad to take 15-20 mg of Ambien tonight if i took 50 mg of vicodin yesterday?
Yes it would be bad: and the fact that you are asking that online rather than of the prescriber would lead me to believe that either 1) it is NOT prescribed and/or 2) you do not want the prescriber to know how much you are taking. If you had 8 Vicodin or equivalent you are also pushing the tylenol to maximum levels you should be taking. The FDA has made 5 mg the recommended dose of Ambien in women;15-20 TOO MUCH. ...Read more
Were both Rx-ed?: If the doctor that prescribed each knew about the other then they thought it was ok. Each is not without its risks and if you can get by with just one then that might be best, but they sometimes are prescribed together. ...Read more
Is it safe to take 10 mg of Ambien, 10 mg of Cyclobenzaprine, along with 50 mg tramadol? What are the risks of taking all these meds together?
Ambien Tramadol: I understand your concern about risk of taking 3 medications. Ambien is a medication for insomnia Cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant. Tramadol is a narcotic for pain relief All three combined are likely to cause confusion, memory loss, dizziness and tiredness See a Physician for diagnosis, complete diagnosis, effectiveness, side effects, dosage of these medications, pain management, and Therapy ...Read more
Is it dangerous to take 2 mg of klonopin, 10 mg of ambien and 50 mg of trazodone all within a half hour in order to sleep? I'm a 140 lb woman.
Depends: Usually a doctor will not start with all three of those medications at that dosage. If the medication is being titrated up such dosages might be prescribed. SOmetimes Trazadone will be an even higher dosage. Hopefully you and your doctor will try to figure out why you are having trouble sleeping and psychotherapy might be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer