Norco And Soma

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chris Says:
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Hi, my name is Chris I am raking Norco 10/325mg, baclofen 20mg, and gabapentin 600mg all which I take 4× a day. Now my doctor put me on soma 3× a day in place of the baclofen. My question is can I take soma with the gabapentin600mg and Norco 10/325mg. I'm taking them due to a car accident which left me a quadriplegic C5 incomplete SCI. My muscle spasms are uncontrollable I've broken ribs and had other injuries due to them.


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Kristen Says:

I take Gabapentin and Soma as well. I don't take the 3rd med you mentioned. I have not found any adverse side effects with the combination of Gabapentin and Soma. I would definitely determine how the soma affects you before driving or working. Normally, if I have to drive somewhere, I take the Soma after I arrive or 10 minutes before I arrive. It's a very strong muscle relaxant. Hope this helps.

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chris Says:
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Thank you so your not sure about huge Norco 10/325 with soma 250mg

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Kristen Says:

No, sorry, just the Gabapentin and Soma.

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Destin Says:

Chris
In the past I've taken Norco, Neurontin [Gabapentin] and Soma, by prescription. You can take it together.
However, if you haven't taken Soma before, be careful at first, until you see how it effects you, because you will rapidly get a feeling of light-headed [rush], but it will only last a short time and go away. I would make sure not to drive, immediately upon taking a dose of the Soma.

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chris Says:
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Has anyone taken baclofen, gabapentin, Norco, soma, and neurontin all together. Because I was on all of them except soma before now. Just wondering.

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David Says:

Dear Chris,

If you're wondering whether or not it's ok to take a specific set of medications together, I think your best bet would be to address such a concern with the prescribing doctor. Even if everything checks out ok (i.e. no serious drug interactions/contraindications/etc...) it's possible that your doctor may still want to play it safe and adjust the dosages of certain meds at his/her own discretion. Individualized treatment regimens like that can't always be properly assessed over the internet (at least in my opinion). In the meantime, it may be a good idea to evaluate how you feel on your current regimen and then decide if you really want to take on the added effects that come with something else.

Another tool that may turn out to be useful in your situation is a drug interaction checker. The University of Maryland provides one here:
umm.edu/health/medical/drug-interaction-tool

I hope this helps!

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Stephen Says:
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So are the white Watson 10/325 just as good as the yellow version? And also what's the long term effect of taking the Watson 10/325 (Norco) with Soma?

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Pixifirl2 Says:
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All the mixed meds should be addressed by your dr since they are aware of any conditions of any sort. I'm on gabapentin, norco, and mobic. Doesn't help AT ALL!! Thx.

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Cris Says:
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I'm s nurse and was in a car accident recently. I took gabapentin and tramadol together. It caused a seizure. Then they gave me soma with tramadol. Caused another seiure. Soma can cause seizures if mixed with a whole list of meds. I experienced no bad side effects while taking noco with soma.

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Cris Says:
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I'm s nurse and was in a car accident recently. I took gabapentin and tramadol together. It caused a seizure. Then they gave me soma with tramadol. Caused another seiure. Soma can cause seizures if mixed with a whole list of meds. I experienced no bad side effects while taking noco with soma. I've tried all this while on xanax. If anything xanax, norco, tamadol workedbest.

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Shay Says:
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Can u take norco soma and 600mg gabapentin together

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