Can I Take Methocarbamol 500mg And Hydrocodone Together

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Randy Says:


I have very painful leg pain. I took naproxen but it gave me stomach cramps. The dr. also gave me ropinirole HCL 3mg, both do not work.. I am also a diabetic. Please help. Can I take methocarbamol and hydrocodone together to ease this pain? The dr. wants to try different medication. So far nothing works. I was also in the hospital for this pain, x-rays were taken. The only reason they could come up with was very bad arthritis. I think it has something to do with nerve pain. I also have a tingling feeling as well as pain in my legs. Yes I have spoken to the Drs. about this pain. I have spoken to them about that diabetic nerve medicine. But I guess they don't want to try it because I have seizures. Could you tell me something I could try so I could ask them? HELP.



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Verwon Says:

They can be taken together, if your doctor approves, but you may experience more nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness, than usual. They can also cause depression of the central nervous system, so the dosage must be carefully calculated by your doctor and they should be monitoring you regularly, according to the NIH.

The FDA also warns that Hydrocodone carries the risk of being habit forming.

Which diabetic nerve medication did you ask them about?

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