Benzo's and opioid painkillers don't mix well

Benzo’s and opioid painkillers don’t mix well

Doctors and patients are increasingly being warned to avoid opioid painkillers if possible but an important factor in the opioid painkiller issue is often missed. Benzodiazepine drugs, including some like Klonopin that are often used in FM and ME/CFS, when taken with some opioid painkillers, can significantly increase the risk of dangerous side-effects.

 
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