Side Effects Of Takng Lipitor And Lyrica Together

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Love2Shop Says:


Is it dangerous taking Lipitor and Lyrica together, same day.



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Verwon Says:

I didn't find any interactions listed between the two, but you should double check this information to be certain.

And, of course, you shouldn't do so, unless they've both been prescribed for you by a doctor.

You can learn more Lipitor details here and you can learn more Lyrica details here.

The main issue that you may experience would likely be a bit worsening of some of the side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness and dizziness.

Have they both been prescribed by the same doctor?

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