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Old 11-22-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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Question Mixing suboxone with seroquel and lamictal

I have been taking these 3 medications together for about 5 weeks now. I have been short of breath and having chest pains for about 2 weeks, also at night Ive been getting a fever and half way through the night I sweat it out, that has happened for about the past 3 nights. I am also getting acid reflux for the past 2 weeks. I am concerened that it might be one of the medications or one of them but cannot reach my doctor right now!

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Re: Mixing suboxone with seroquel and lamictal

I would very highly suggest just making a call to your pharmacist,they would be able to tell you about any possible med type reactions or even whether these maeds should even be taken together.believe me,the majority of docs really do not totally always nderstand all the possible complications with any meds they Rx.its just not possible for them to be able to keep on on the thousands of meds out there.calling the pharm where you got these filled would realistically be your best bet.i just don't really bother my doc with any actual med/side effect type questions but go directly to the best possible source of info,my pharm.they can look up all your meds together and look for possible interactions,they just have those types of programs in their computer systems to do this.

the meds you are taking all hit the brain chemistry pretty hard in their own ways,i would most definitely speak with your pharm about these.your local pharm really is your very best source of info for you.they also know about all of your medical conditions(or should) as well,some conditions can create their own problems when certain meds are taken or mixed with others.you just need to make certain your combo is okay when taken together.hope all is well for you.just give them a call today. FB
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Old 11-24-2007, 10:10 AM   #3
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Re: Mixing suboxone with seroquel and lamictal

I don't know about the third one, but Seroquel and Lamictal are okay together. I was on them for a little while (then I got the Lamictal rash). Hope that you start getting better soon.

 
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