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Promethazine used for opiate withdrawals?

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28 Nov 2011

Welcome to the site. Usually clonidine and methacarbomal are the meds prescribed for opiate withdrawal. Clonidine is a blood pressure med that helps with anxiety, rls, restlessness and methacarbomal is a muscle relaxer prescribed to help with spasms, tummy cramps, and insomnia. You can hit comment and add more info to your post. Patti

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28 Nov 2011

Sounds like a great med for opiate WD to me!! It works well for nausea, has a calming effect and will stop other tummy issues.
Best wishes!!

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