Tramadol / Ketorolaco

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clydesdales8 Says:


Can these medications be taken with hydrocodone and Acetaminophen in one for real bad back pain?



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Michael C Says:

Can they be taken together ? They should not be taken together. Have I mixed them YES. I had no issues on low doses but it is not recommended to mix these.

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David Says:

@clydesdales8,

Just to add to post #1, drug interaction checkers (from umm.edu) go on to state that taking Tramadol with Hydrocodone is usually not recommended due to an increased risk of developing certain side effects, including: loss of coordination, dizziness, slurred speech, confusion, changes in perceived mental awareness, and slow or shallow breathing - in which case they recommend contacting your doctor immediately. Although, as post #1 mentioned, it is also equally important to remember that each individual is prone to react or respond differently. So your best bet may be to talk with your doctor about certain dosing protocols to help minimize your risk if you decide to take them together.

Hope this helps!

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Gaby Says:
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Hi can I take Lorotec ketorolaco with extra strength Tylenol? I had lipo surgery and waiting 6 hours to take the next pill feels so long and pain is kicking in. Can I take the Tylenol in between dosages??

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