Can U Take Ibuprofen And Hydrocodone

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Eva Says:
 
I want to know can I take Ibuprofen 600 mg,Flexeril 10 mg and Baclofen 10 mg tabs together for sciatic nerve pain?

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Eva Says:
 
I really want to know can these pills be taken together?

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Hi Eva,

Based on my research, there aren't any problems taking ibuprofen alongside hydrocodone. In fact, they already manufacture a tablet with that combination for pain management purposes.

However, using flexeril and baclofen together with each other AND/OR with hydrocodone may increase side effects such as dizziness, drowsiness, and difficulty concentrating. Some people might also experience various degrees of impaired thinking and judgment as a result of using these medications together. So driving or operating any heavy machinery is generally not recommended either.

I hope this info helps to answer your question!

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