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Is 90 mg (w/ crown royal) of clonazepam enough to overdose a 260 lb woman? My mum is trying to commit suicide again and I can't get help, because if I do no one will take care of me and my two younger brothers. I have her sleeping, her air ways are clear,
CALL: Call 911! if I knew where you were, I would have called them by now myself! Your mum is at severe, extreme risk of death - especially if she falls asleep! Please do not hesitate any longer! The most common cause of death in that kind of overdose is the person falls asleep and stops breathing - game over! She is also at extreme risk of vomitting in her sleep, and choking to death on the vomit! Do you really want your mum to die that way, right in front of your eyes?!? Please, call 911 now! If you need help caring for your self and your brothers, the social worker at the hospital can help you with that. Having survived an overdose before does not mean she won't die this time! She is at extremely high risk of death!See 2 more doctor answers
Klonopin (clonazepam) belongs to a class of medications called benzodiazepines. They are also referred to as sedative-hypnotics & anxiolytics. These medications are used for a variety of indications to include anxiety, insomnia, muscle spasm, seizure, & alcohol withdrawal. All benzodiazepines including Clonazepam are potentially habit forming. Alcohol should be ...Read more
GET HELP NOW: No ethical physician is going to give you such advice, since you are clearly depressed and I believe that this question is your cry for help. There are suicide hotlines like the samaritans (1-877-870-4673) or online at http://samaritanshope. Your health care provider can help and refer you, or your local public mental health clinic can be a source of help. Please get the help you need asap.
Anxiety: It can be used for a variety of anxiety disorders, such as being worried excessively all of the time or spikes of anxiety called panic attacks. Clonazepam is a powerful benzodiazepine which are a class medications that should generally be used in the short-term (4-6 weeks) until other medications or therapy start working. Other meds in this class are alprazolam and lorazepam.
Benzodiazepine: Klonopin (clonazepam) belongs to a class of medications called benzodiazepines. They are also referred to as sedative-hypnotics & anxiolytics. These medications are used for a variety of indications to include anxiety, insomnia, muscle spasm, seizure, & alcohol withdrawal. All benzodiazepines including Clonazepam are potentially habit forming. Alcohol should be avoided when taking these.See 1 more doctor answer
Prescription: Prescriptions are normally filled withiin same week. U need new one.See 1 more doctor answer
SE's: Clonazepam: Clonazepam is part of the benzodiazepine group of medications. These are sedatives and anti-anxiety medications. Benzo's (as they are known) are very addictive. They cause calmness and sedation. It is very hard to break a benzo addiction. So, please use this drug sparingly and very carefully.See 1 more doctor answer
For All Rx meds look: Up the prescribing information: Google: "prescribing information clonazepam" & see: https://www. Healthtap. Com/#user_questions/6621114, ideally on the manufacturer's or FDA website. For meds no longer in patent, RXList. Com publishes what used to be available as published & there are many online resources.
Mild to serious. ...: If you been user of Clonazepam for while - should not stop abruptly but rather taper off. Sudden withdraw can cause agitation, dysphoria, confusion, hallucinations, psychoss, sensory disturbances or seizures, muscle twitching, stomach upset, rapid heartbeat.... Consult your doc how to do it safelySee 1 more doctor answer
Technically yes...: Although technically there is no direct contraindication to these being taken together, they are both controversial medications. Dhea is indicated only in extremely rare circumstances - such s premature ovarian failure coupled with adrenal insufficiency (both rare conditions...Combination is even more rare). Clonazepam can be habit forming and needs to be followed closely...See 1 more doctor answer