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Is trazodone and oxycodone in the same family of drugs?

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Dr. Neal Kraus
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice
2 doctors agree

In brief: No.

Trazodone and oxycodone are entirely different classes of medications.
Trazodone works on the serotonin receptor. Oxycodone works on the opiate receptor. The only "pain" related diagnosis that trazodone has use for is possibly complex regional pain syndrome.

In brief: No.

Trazodone and oxycodone are entirely different classes of medications.
Trazodone works on the serotonin receptor. Oxycodone works on the opiate receptor. The only "pain" related diagnosis that trazodone has use for is possibly complex regional pain syndrome.
Dr. Neal Kraus
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Dr. David Sherer
Anesthesiology

In brief: No

No. Trazadone is an antidepressant, and the other is a narcotic.

In brief: No

No. Trazadone is an antidepressant, and the other is a narcotic.
Dr. David Sherer
Dr. David Sherer
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Dr. John Wilson
Anesthesiology

In brief: Nope

No.

In brief: Nope

No.
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