Does Gabapentin & Hydrocoddon Cause Breathing Problems

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I have been taking these two drugs together for monts-now i feel my breathing is not right.



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Verwon Says:

What you might be having a problem with is the fact that both of these medications can cause Central Nervous System Depression and when used together, in some people, they can aggravate each other and make this side effect much more pronounced and breathing can be one of the things affected.

It can also cause a lowered heart rate and lowered blood pressure.

Have you spoken to your doctor about this, yet?

In most instances where this occurs, the person needs a dosage adjustment or has to stop taking one of the medications.

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dave Says:

are there any foods that can help or hurt while detoxing from vicodine?

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