Nardil & Pain Medication

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Babe Says:


Am having hip replacement & need to find a pain medication that won't have any side effects with the Nardil



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Babe! How are you?

I'm sorry, but I've checked many via the interaction checked from MedScape and I'm not finding any.

However, in the hospital, it may be different after the surgery, because they can monitor you. So, they may know of something they can give you that isn't as risky.

Has your doctor had any ideas?

Sometimes, they will have you go off of the Nardil for awhile, before doing surgery.

The FDA lists Nardil as being used to treat depression and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight changes postural hypotension.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP

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