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... e side effect I see a lot in the nursing home I volunteer at. The long term effects of that drug aren't worth the risk in my opinion. Just a side note, they give klonopin to alcoholics that are trying to quit drinking to lessen the effects of the withdrawal ie. delirium tremens. ... (6 replies)
... I was put on .5mg of Klonopin about a month ago, and my Dr specifically told me not to drink alcohol. ... (6 replies)
Klonopin
Aug 21, 2009
... Wouldn't recommend it.. Klonopin is long lasting so it will not be out of your system in just 12 hours time. It WILL make the effect of alcohol stronger, but by how much, well that just depends on the person. ... (5 replies)

... The doctor had no right telling you its alright to drink thats a big NO.Why are you on klonopin do u have trouble sleeping you could be bipolar.Haldol is a heavy duty drug you just cant stop taking it by yourself. ... (6 replies)
... ive an interview for a job, or possibly a school night without thinking about SAD one bit. I have gone through about 4 years of intense social anxiety and before Klonopin I drank lots of alcohol to survive social situations. ... (0 replies)
Klonopin
Aug 13, 2009
... It would be irresponsible for anyone to say anything but No...you can't drink alcohol when you are taking any drug. The answer should be always no and especially Klonopin that increases the effect of alcohol... ... (5 replies)
... You have to remember that klonopin and alcohol are both depressants so your body slows down when you use them. ... (6 replies)
... I wouldn't mix them with alcohol and definately not that volume of alcohol. ... (6 replies)
Klonopin
Aug 29, 2009
... Not a good idea....Klonopin does not change blood alcohol levels, rather the danger is two central nervous system depressants working together. ... (5 replies)
Klonopin
Aug 29, 2009
... No, it's not ok and could be quite dangerous. I've taken Klonopin for about 8 years now (2mg-4mg a day). I'm not perfect and have slipped up and drank (beer and/or liquor). In my experience, it makes each drink feel like two and has sometimes sent my heart pounding (which is really scary). Definitely not a drug you want to mix with alcohol. (5 replies)
... I am currently taking 0.5 mg of Klonopin (Clonazepam). I have been taking it for the past month. I had also taken 2 mg of Haldol (Haloperidol) for the past month. I have stopped the Haldol three days ago. I last took the Clonazepam at 8 a.m. this morning. I will not take any medication for the whole night. I'm going to be going out to a bar at 6 p.m. tonight. I want to... (6 replies)
... You have no idea how this is going to affect you. Everyone is different. Alcohol really doesn't mix with these types of medications. The goal with taking these meds is to feel better. ... (6 replies)
... Does anyone know if maybe the depression is not being treated or if the desire for alcohol is related to the Effexor? ... (2 replies)
... I have an aunt whose been taking Klonopin for 20 years and my brother's been taking them for about 10. ... (4 replies)
Over Medicated?
Oct 4, 2011
... mediated my self with alcohol which calmed my mind down although I couldn't stand using the stuff. However, these "miracle medications" did no good. ... (1 replies)


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