L Tryptophan Amino Acid And Noco Pain Medication

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auntie n Says:


Can a person take l- tryptophan and the pain killer norco



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Verwon Says:

L-Tryptophan is a supplement that's used to help with sleep issues, however, as a supplement, it has not been tested for interactions with prescription medications.

Learn more Tryptophan details here.

And what you have to be careful of is the fact that Norco contains the narcotic Hydrocodone, so it can cause depression of the central nervous system and this may be worsened if it is combined with the Tryptophan.

Learn more Norco details here.

Thus, the best advice I can give you would be to check with your doctor, or pharmacist, before combining the two.

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