Arthrotec And Rivocacet

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Dot Says:

Can I take arthrotec and rivocacet at the same time?

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Dot Says:

Sorry the name of it is spelled rivacocet

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Verwon Says:

Arthrotec contains the active ingredients Diclofenac and Misoprostol, it couples a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory with a medication to prevent it from causing gastrointestinal damage.

Learn more Diclofenac details here.

Learn more Misoprostol details here.

Rivacocet contains the active ingredients Oxycodone and Acetaminophen, so it's a narcotic analgesic.

Learn more Rivacocet details here.

And yes, they are sometimes used together to help someone get better pain control, since they aren't in the same drug classes.

However, if your doctor has instructed you not to combine them, then there may be reasons for that and you should follow their instructions.

Additionally, you should know to watch for signs of any serious side effects, such as stomach pain and bleeding.

Has your doctor prescribed both?

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