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can i take tramadol with Tylex CD?
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Can I take (tramadol HCL) 50Mg. With (Tylex CD) Paracetamol 500Mg Codeine Phosphate 30Mg ## Unless your doctor has instructed you to do so and is closely monitoring you, it is not advisable to use them together. Using the Tramadol with Codeine can, in some cases, cause seizures, since they are closely related medications. What has your doctor suggested? ## Hello, I was just prescribed tylexCD 30mg codene 500mg paracetamol, with Bencoprim, Can I take both at the same time or? ## can I take ixprim painkillers with Dtrans fentanyl patches 12mcg ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Jan 24 '17, 3:55 PM
What Is The Difference Between Tylex Cd ,LetusCD And Vicodin
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I am taking vicodin. In Mexico I bought Tylex CD & Lertus CD. Are they the same strength as vicodin? ## fgjhgfhgfhgf ## to the 2nd poster. you are taking some very dangerous drugs. your baby may suffer birth defects and withdrawl syndrome from the Alprax use. I suggest you see a doctor ASAP! ## Shelly, the Vicodin contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. Tylex-CD contains Acetaminophen and Codeine and the Lertus--CD is llisted as containing Diclofenac and Codeine, so these are all different medications. The Codeine is still a narcotic, but the dosage and safe amount you can take in a day can be quite different. Do you have the dosage information on any of them? These details may enable me to help you more. ## I am taking NORCO 10/325 I bought Tylex Cd in mexico 500mg/30mg what is the... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Oct 10 '16, 10:32 PM
white pill with jsc on it from mexico
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Tylex cd, just got these factory sealed .made by janssen-cilag in mexico 500mg paracetamol 30mg codeine , so basically t3's here in the states ## Hi Mike, Just curious, does this require a prescription down in Mexico or do pharmacies there dispense standard pharmaceuticals over the counter? I realize they treat medications totally different in other countries and with ever-rising drug costs here in the US I can only imagine how many Americans travel south for more affordable treatment options. Also, I read that Janssen-Cilag is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson pharmaceuticals; who's headquarters are based at: Canoa 79, 01090 Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México - so they do appear to be a legitimate drug manufacturer. If anyone is looking to verify their medication,... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Paracetamol.
Fri, Mar 24 '17, 7:10 PM


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