Can Methocarbamol 750 Mg Be Taken With A Hydrocone 10-325 Tablet

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Can a Methocarbamol 750 Mg tablet Be Taken With A Hydrocone 10-325 Tablet



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Verwon Says:

Yes, Vicodin/Lortab can be taken with Methocarbamol and they are often prescribed together to help treat pain, however, you should be aware that it does increase the risk of depression of the central nervous system.

Learn more Vicodin details here.

Learn more Methocarbamol details here.

You need to watch for any possible danger signs, such as extreme drowsiness, dizziness or sedation and seek medical attention if they occur.

Are there any other questions?

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I have a ruptured disc after taking methocarbam my pain has decreased greatly . Is it necessary to have surgery

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