Taking Midrin, Gabapentin And Tramadol

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Maxie Says:
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How many hours should I wait after taking midrin before I take gabapentin and tramadol?



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There is really no set time frame, but you should be aware that combining these medications that can cause depression of the central nervous system, could cause you to experience more nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness than usual. In some cases, especially if a person has underlying health conditions, the FDA warns that these issues could be fatal.

Have they all been prescribed for you?

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