Nubain (Thread 190791)

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can codeine be safly taken with nubain?

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David Says:

From what I was able to gather, taking Codeine with Nubain (Nalbuphine) is not recommended, I would check with your MD. I am not a doctor nor do I know your medical history. There are many be unpleasant side affects.

For a list of possible side affects associated with Codeine please click on the link below...

To learn more about Nubain and it's side efects click on the link below...

They are both intense pain relievers, however Codeine is intended for mild to moderate pain, whilst Nubain is for more moderate to intense pain. Depending on the severeness of the condition should determine which of the two is right for you by your MD.

If you have any more questions or concerns please post back, so I can assist you.

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