Both strong. They can both be potent meds that can cause severe drowsiness, cognitive impairment, respiratory depression and coma at high doses. You should only take these meds as needed for severe anxiety or pain. They can be habit-forming and require a treatment program to wean off them if dependence develops.
Xanax (alprazolam) Mixture results in added sedation, depending on the dose. Consult your prescribing doctor.
Be careful. Please discuss your question with your treating physician--only he or she knows specifically why you are taking each medication, what other medicines you may be taking, and your medical and surgical history. They are both potentially sedating, as well as each is potentially habit forming. It may be fine, but you need to make sure you are discussing this fully with your physician.
Xanax/codeine. Added sedation is expected. Consult your doctors first.
Please explain if it is safe to take hydrocodone 7.5 with. 25 (2x a day) Xanax (alprazolam) (generic)?
It depends. Opiate pain meds and benzodiazepines are both sedatives. They can cause drowsiness, incoordination and dizziness due to low blood pressure. Although you may be taking the recommended or average doses for both meds, you should check to see how they affect you and use caution when driving or operating other machinery. Also do not drink alcohol while you are taking them.
What to do if I had 1.5mg of Xanax (alprazolam) about 6 hours ago, am I ok to take my usual 25mg dose of hydrocodone?
Hydrocodone. You are on Hydrocodone 25 mgm, obviously not just once a day. As well as Xanax (alprazolam), (alprazolam) 6hrs ago. There is no Pain Disorder where you need Xanax (alprazolam) and Hydrocodone. What anti pain property does Xanax (alprazolam) has, or for that matter if it has any muscle relaxant quality explained to you Along with what ails you, Now you have 2 more problems Benzo and Opoid dependancy. Get detoxed. Find another doctor.
Not by yourself! This depends on how much of each drug you have been taking and for how long. Xanax (alprazolam) can have a very severe and even life-threatening withdrawal when people are taking it daily in even therapeutic doses, even more so when taken in larger doses. It can cause seizures, delirium, profound hypertension and even death. Opiate withdrawal can be very unpleasant, and cause severe symptoms. Talk to your MD.
Addiction Medicine. Addiction medicine physicians are well-trained to help you with withdrawal from hydrocodone and xanax (alprazolam). You can find such a physician through: http://www. Asam. Org/ xanax (alprazolam) withdrawal in particular can be life-threatening, so please don't try to do this by yourself.
Both. In certain circumstances xanax (alprazolam) can help, but it can also have significant side effects when taken with opioids. This should be discussed with your doctor and a careful plan worked out. Side effects include death if not done correctly and with monitoring.