Skip to Content

Are Dr's allowed to prescribe "benzos" & methadone together, when they're commonly fatal together?

Question is Closed
Report Favorite

Responses (1)

7 Nov 2011

Yes, they are allowed to prescribe benzo's with methadone, but only in the appropriate quantity and strength of each. Aren't fatal unless taken in too high of a dose.

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions

I've been on methadone for 5 years and over the last year tapered from 165 to 50mgs. I wanted to?

... continue going down slowly and be off methadone but due to legal issues I am not allowed to take methadone but I am allowed to take suboxone. I ...

3 answers 14 Oct 2009

My Dr. said he is not allowed to prescribe Subutex anymore but he can prescribe Suboxone?

I have been prescribed Subutex by my Dr. for the past 3 months and I went to see him today and he said he can't prescribe it anymore and hes not ...

1 answer 12 Apr 2010

Ive been rx'd methadone for SEVERAL years and also a benzo to go with it. I want to switch to subox?

one. however i would like to know, do drs prescribe mild benzos with the suboxone.ive been rx'd 0.5 mgs of alprazolam for 9 years so i am ...

3 answers 14 Jun 2010

How to combat urinalysis that keeps coming up positive for benzos when Im not taking any benzos?

Currently on 95mg of methadone and 60mg of Cellexa through a program with the V.A. in Fort Worth Texas. Methadone since 25JUN2009, and started on ...

1 answer 8 Nov 2010

How much exercice should I do if I am decreasing 4mg of suboxone every 4 days?

i had a rapid detox for a 188mg of methadone done in june.the doctor had to put me in 48mg suboxone because of my years into the methadone treatment ...

2 answers 9 Jul 2011