I am in severe pain and the surgery to hopefully fix the pain is giving me horriable anxiaty. I was also prescribed lunesta, but most can't bring my self to take that
You're already in danger of respiratory depression, Lunesta may cause you to stop breathing all together. If these drugs were all prescribed by the same physician then I would hopefully assume they're safe, if not I would not experiment, especially overnight. Hope this helps.
I would not by any means take my advice as professional... but in my personal experience it has been safe to take a clonazepam with a percocet. But that's just me. If the percocet alone makes you very drowsy- you wouldn't want to add to that affect by taking a clonazepam. You may want to try just .5 mg to see how it makes you feel. As mentioned by a previous answer, all these meds can cause respiratory depression and shouldn't be taken together if not absolutely necessary and prescribed by the same doc or one that is aware of all the meds you take. And I would imagine you might be sleepy enough with the perc and clon that you would not need the lunesta anyway... hope you get to feeling better.
were you perscribed these by the same doctor. To many people have come to rely on medications for everthing. Ive never met anyone who didnt have anxiety before a major or even minor surgery. let me make it simple sometimes you just have to suck it up and deal with what your going through. I know some people need the multiple perscriptions and thats fine. Its the people who abuse them that get on these sites for answers to ease thier peace of mind, and remember just because someone says its safe to mix this with that doesnt mean you should do it. You know whats best for your body, and you shoul always contact your regular doctor. any good doctor will do what it takes to help. and just because someone says they had a good expierience with mixing drugs doesnt mean it couldnt put you in the hospital. THINK before you act, were all adults
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