Urbanol And Concerta

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Sharon Says:


I am currently on urbanol, 1 tablet in the morning. I have just been put on concerta as well, also 1 tablet in the morning. Would these 2 tablets not contradict each other as the 1 is a tranquiliser and the other a stimulant. How would I take them, and which 1 should be taken first.



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David Says:

Hi Sharon,

Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between Urbanol and Concerta. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate.

That said, there shouldn't be any issues taking these two drugs at the same time.

As far as a dosing schedule goes, the order in which you take them also should not be a factor, since they have no interactions with each other. It then becomes a matter of preference after trial and error, depending on how you feel when you take one before the other and vise versa.

If you really feel that one is contradicting the other (over a set period of time), then I would consider the option of using alternative natural medicine (in the form of herbs and essential oils) in replace of one or both medications.

Depending on the reasons you are taking each of these drugs, I can help you locate a natural alternative for that specific purpose.

I hope this helps!

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Sharon Says:

Thank you. An alternative herbal med would be great. I am a very anxious person and pretty much worry about everything (guess you could call it neurotic). This has affected my stomach, and after many bloody tests and a stool test, everything including food allergies have come out negative, so the doc has prescribed urbonal to try relax me as he thinks this may be the cause of my cramping and runny stomach (2 1/2 months). I've also lost 5 kg's in 1 month without trying:)... The concerta he has given me as I have enrolled with Unisa, and I'm battling to concentrate on anything, and seem to read over 1 sentence over and over again. I have 2 months before my 1st exam, so stressing about that too... Please let me know if there is something herbal I could take.
Thank you for your help.

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Belinda Says:

Hi, do you know how long ( weeks / days) it would take urbanol 10mg to work. My daughter of 18 years started using it 2 days ago and she got a non epileptic seizure at school again today. She gets these seizures at school every day. Thought it was epilepsy but al tests were clear. She uses Nuzak aswell.

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Anita Says:

Hi Sharon, have you done a colonoscopy yet for the runny tummy? I had a similar problem for more than 6 months and it ended up being ulcerative colitis. I stress and worry a lot too so I get it, and it would be best to have it checked out, if its something else and not stress, it may save your life catching something like UC early.

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