I took 25mgs of tramadol for back pain at 10:30am, then 4 hrs later took another 25mgs of tramdol. Then forgetting I took the 2nd 25mg I took a 20mg of adderall because I have an exam tonight and wanted to be able to focus. I will be drinking a bunch of water just to be safe. But will I be okay to take a 0.5 mg of Xanax tonight around 9:30 to help me relax from the adderall and sleep tonight? Or is the combo of the three dangerous even though they are all in relatively small doses.
Any information is helpful, I know the tramadol and adderall are unsafe and I have taken the two in the same day before but have waited 6-7 hours before taking the other. I have been on the tramadol for about 10 months now. Adderall has been as needed but I haven't really taken it in a couple months because I've been trying to not mix the two.
If you are truly only taking half a tramadol at time I can't see it doing any damage with anything. They only come in 50mg tabs. There is a risk of seizures if you're on the 2, but the tramadol you are taking is negligible.
This is a totally ok combination. I guess you know that Tramadol and Adderall shouldn't really be mixed, but if you've done it before then there might not be the seizure risk. Benzo's are totally ok with stimulants, as a lot of people even take them together to take the edge off the stimulant. I usually take 1 mg Xanax to help me fall asleep after my days, along with other meds, but the Xanax will just help you calm down. There's nothing wrong with this combination, except for the Tramadol and Adderall mix, that one could get scary. But then you have the Xanax to counteract the lowered seizure threshold so it's perfectly fine. I just wouldn't push it much further.
I take 20 mg of Adderall XL, lortab 10mg, as needed, and valium 10mg. I have absolutely no problems with this combination. I think you will be just fine. You seem to being doing a great job at being careful with the medications you take. Hope this helped.
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