Taking Oxycodone For Pain Its Causing Nausea What Can I Take

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perky Says:


yes,had knee replacement Doctor gave me Oxycodone for pain but it makes me nausea what can I take for the nausea safely.Is it safe to take Pheneragan as they gave it to me in the hospital,



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Quincy Says:

Propopazine ane methergan, as you mentioned come to mind. So does Famatodine. I'm no Doc but I've tried all 3 with satisfactory results. Best of luck . . . Q

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Verwon Says:

Famotidine is an antacid, so it will not help prevent the nausea that can be a side effect of a narcotic medication.

Learn more Famotidine details here.

That said, is Oxycodone the only medication you're on?

If so, there can be some issues combining it with the Phenergan, but in the hospital you are being monitored regularly, so they can keep an eye out for any problems.

However, mixing them creates the risk of developing severe constipation/paralytic ileus and there is also the risk of depression of the central nervous system.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Learn more Phenergan details here.

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