Can You Take Demeral And Tylenol 3

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Last night at the er i was given a shot of demeral and was given to take home 6 tylenol3. I waited 3 to 4 hrs still in major back pain and took the tylenol 3 since doc said demeral would only give temp relief. Shortly it started to kick in and it caused my stomack are to cramp so bad that i couldnt relax in my bed unless i was in a very weird possition with my legs to take preasure off but it was hurting my back. Ive also had gastric bypass and along with that 4 surgeries related to it. I dont know why this reaction happened and was hoping i could get some insight.



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Verwon Says:

It can cause stomach upset as a side effect, though the cramping isn't normal, according to FDA reports. But it might have something to do with your gastric bypass. It can alter how people metabolize medications. The typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth.

Have you tried taking it, again? If so did it happen, again?

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