Gabapentin With Hydrocodone

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Rayne Says:
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I just took my second dose of gabapentin 100 mgs this morning. I was also prescribed hydrocodone 10/325. Is it safe for me to take the hydrocodone if it has been eight hours ago since I took the gabapentin? I know it takes a long time for gabapentin to get out of your system and I can't be too safe when mixing medications. Thanks in advance to any help I get.


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Verwon Says:

It should be okay to take them together, if they have both been prescribed for you.

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and mood changes.



Is there anything else I can help with?

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Debbie Says:
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Will I get the same level of pain relief from stopping norco 10-325 mg and starting 300 mg gabapentin?

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Elam Says:
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If it were me it wouldn't, but everyone's different. My pm doctor just started me on gabapentin 300 mg x 3 a week ago to see if it will help with the nerve damage I have. I'm on Ms contin 15 mg bid and oxycodone 15 mg x 4 a day and I have no problem with this combination. I'm feeling better so I hope it works out for you.

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Matthew Says:
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Can you take gabapentin and hydrocodone together? I took gabapentin 300mg at 11am this morning and it did not help, so I want to go back to hydrocodone. Is it safe to do so? I was just trying it out. I will not take it together.

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