Can I Take Other Pain Killers With Melfen 400mg?

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Lois Says:

I have pulled something in my lower back right above my coccyx and across the length. I have Melfen 400mg however I was wondering if I can take other painkillers with this as I can only take one of these three times a day. Thank you.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lois! How are you?

It really depends what other medications you're asking about, as well as your medical condition.

Are there any specific ones that you want to ask about?

Have you consulted your doctor?

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Lois Says:

Hi Verwon. How are you. I was only really wondering about whether I could take Solpadiene (Paracetemol and Codeine) or just Paracetamol. I havent consulted my doctor yet as i am hoping it will be gone in a week or two and don't really want to have to pay 100s of euros just to see my doctor and get medication!

Many thanks


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Ken Says:

Hi I have severe nerve pain in my neck. I'm taking Melfin400mg +neurotic 300mg+Lyrca50mg+paralief500mg and still in pain.? ????Ken

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