27 Dec 2009
You can but the methadone will block it along with the percocet. Methadone blocks all opiate pain killers and you end up wasting money on extra pain killers that will do absolutely nothing. The best thing to do if you're experiencing pain is to raise your methadone dose. All you do by taking any other opiate painkillers on top of methadone is running the very high risk of dying in your sleep from respiratory failure. Your doctor should know better then to write prescriptions for weak opiate pain killers against methadone. This how innocent people end up dead. So be very careful and either stay on methadone alone or get off the methadone and use the other pain killers. Be prepared to take handfuls of percocet though as methadone is do powerful that it raises your tolerance through the roof..Be Careful... Dave
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1 answer • 13 Nov 2009
Can you take methadone than switch to percocet? How many days should you wait in between taking one?
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