Should I Be Taking Tramadol Hcl And Gabapentin Together (Page 2)

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nikki Says:


taking 900mg gabapentin, 100mg tramadol hcl, 1200 Ibuprofen for deg. disk, spinal stenosis arthritis, neuropathy. have hbp also. is this bad?



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Peter morrow Says:
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Re: Linnea (# 4)

I've been taken 2 300mg of gabbapentin and 2 50mg of tramadol every 4 hours all day every day is this safe?

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Marc Says:

Re: Your Traveling Medical Gal (# 10)

I am taking Gaberpentin for anxiety to help me sleep and Tramadol for a severely arthritic shoulder. I have had no side effects at all.


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Cameo Says:

Re: Gene (# 14)

My feet are also cold as ice much of the time. on Gabapentin/Tramadol for herniated discs and sciatica i both legs. 68 - tired mostly or energy spurts that last an hour or so.

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