Methadone side effects
Common side effects of Methadone are constipation, drowsiness, lightheadedness, dry mouth, euphoria, urinary retention, slow or troubled breathing and general weakness.
Occasional adverse effects of Methadone are allergic reactions, blurred or double vision, facial flushing, sweating, heart palpitation, headache, dizziness, impaired concentration, sensation of drunkenness, confusion, depression, nausea and vomiting, skin rash, hives and itching .
Methadone side effects that are rare are: Anaphylactic reactions, disorientation, hallucinations, hypotension causing weakness and fainting, myasthenia gravis, tremors, muscle twitching and an unstable gait.
More serious risks of Methadone are seizures and kidney failure.
Symptoms of Methadone poisoning (overdose) are: bluish skin, bluish fingernails and lips, bradycardia, breathing difficulties, coma followed by death, confusion, constipation, convulsions, cold and clammy skin, drowsiness, disorientation, hypotension, marked drowsiness, muscle spasms, pinpprick pupils, slow, shallow and labored breathing, spasms of the stomach and/or intestinal tract, occasionally fatal apnea, stupor leading to coma, tremors, weak pulse.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of Methadone / adverse effects of Methadone and not medical advice!