Fiorinal Addiction Hotline
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- 1. What is Fiorinal?
- 2. Fiorinal Withdrawal and Detox
- 3. What Are Common Fiorinal Withdrawal Symptoms?
- 4. Fiorinal Withdrawal Timeline and Symptom Durations
- 5. Managing Withdrawal Symptoms of Fiorinal
- 6. Fiorinal Medications and Detox
- 7. How to Choose a Fiorinal Detox and Treatment Center
Just like any other medication, Fiorinal has the potential to produce certain side effects. Common side effects associated with Fiorinal treatment include nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, gas, tremors, lightheadedness, dizziness and drowsiness. Talk to your doctor if any of these Fiorinal side effects last for a long time or get worse over time.
Although many people do not experience serious side effects after taking Fiorinal, it is important to be aware of the potential side effects so you can identify their occurrence and contact your doctor promptly if you experience them. Serious side effects associated with using Fiorinal include mood changes, fainting, irregular or fast heartbeat, increased thirst or urination, ringing in the ears, easy bruising or bleeding, fever, persistence sore throat, heartburn, pain when swallowing, dark urine, yellowing skin or eyes, kidney issues and unusual tiredness.
Seek out medical attention immediately if you experience serious Fiorinal side effects, including black stool, severe stomach pain, dark-colored vomit, slurred speech and weakness on one side of the body.
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Taking Fiorinal can also increase your risk of bleeding when the drug is taken with other drugs that cause bleeding, such as clopidogrel, dabigatran, enoxaparin, warfarin and others. Fiorinal can also increase the removal speed of other medications in your body, affecting their effectiveness. These medications include corticosteroids like prednisone, estrogen, felodipine and quinidine, and beta blockers like metoprolol, theophylline and doxycycline.
Make sure your doctor knows if you are taking any other drugs that cause drowsiness such as opioid painkillers, codeine, hydrocodone, alcohol, cannabis, lorazepam, carisoprodol or cetirizine, among others.
If you or someone you love is struggling with Fiorinal addiction or another substance use disorder, get help as soon as possible. The Recovery Village has a variety of programs and resources to help those who are struggling with a substance use disorder. Go online to The Recovery Village or call our toll-free hotline, which is open 24 hours a day, at 855-548-9825 to learn more about the recovery resources available to you.
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