NanaBee, I can understand your frustration when it comes to not being able to take meds together. I have had serotonin syndrome before and now I have to constantly check for interactions between anything I take. I use the drugs.com interaction checker and my doctor to verify interactions. When I checked Percocet and Klonopin, it states it can cause increased dizziness, difficulty concentrating, and drowsiness but no serious interactions. You of course want to verify with your doctor that its ok to take them together. Hope this helps!
Nicole- 25, married, no children
Endometriosis, Lupus, Raynaud's, Degenerative Disc, Migraines
Meds- Multivitamin daily, Lo Loestrin Fe daily, Plaquenil daily, Prilosec daily, Lyrica BID, Folic acid daily, MTX injections weekly, Celebrex BID prn, Tylenol prn, Tramadol prn, Dilaudid prn, Zofran prn
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