Morphine, Gabapentin, Melatonin, And Vistril Together

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I'm wondering if it is safe to take 60mg morphine sulfate .er with 900 mg gabapentin, 3mg melatonin , and 50 mg vistril together. does anyone know if the morphine will react badly with the others? I take the others together every night



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Verwon Says:

The Morphine, Vistaril and Melatonin can all increase sedation and cause depression of the central nervous system, so you shouldn't combine them, unless your doctor has specifically said that its safe for you to do so. It could be dangerous, if you aren't tolerant to them or when combined with some health conditions.

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