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What happens when you mix percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) with meth?
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Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: Heart stress
Puts tremendous strain on the heart generates confusion in the central nervous system poses a greater risk of a drug overdose poses tremendous risk for repeated use or addiction to a dangerous practice.

In brief: Heart stress
Puts tremendous strain on the heart generates confusion in the central nervous system poses a greater risk of a drug overdose poses tremendous risk for repeated use or addiction to a dangerous practice.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: Don't mix
First of all, nobody should take methamphetamine as it is dangerous and illegal.
Meth can cause neurological damage as well as damage the heart, cause strokes, and death. Percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) is an opiate and can suppress the brain's signals that tell us to breathe. Overdose with an opiate can lead to death from respiatory arrest. Meth + Percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) may have some drug interactions that are unknown/ unstudied.

In brief: Don't mix
First of all, nobody should take methamphetamine as it is dangerous and illegal.
Meth can cause neurological damage as well as damage the heart, cause strokes, and death. Percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) is an opiate and can suppress the brain's signals that tell us to breathe. Overdose with an opiate can lead to death from respiatory arrest. Meth + Percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) may have some drug interactions that are unknown/ unstudied.
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