Tramadol And Lamotrigine Can They Be Taken Together

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yaking lamotrigine for bi-polar disorder,can i take tramaol safely?Can anyone answer tis for me?



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Please talk to a doctor or pharmacist about possible interactions and side effects. Second hand information on blogs is not always good to go by. Good luck! I am on limotrigine as well, I take t4 for chronic pain but not with the limotrigine. I space them out by two or more hours to prevent liver damage.

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Verwon Says:

The FDA warns that taking them together might increase the severity of side effects you experience, such as nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, sedation, and confusion.

But you should only take them both, if your doctor has approved.

What dosage have you been prescribed of them both?

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