Orphenadrine Citrate Paracetamol Plus Gabapentin Plus Propranolol Hydrochloride Ca These Medicines Be Used Together

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Fariha Says:

I have cervical problem as well as classic migrane n depression ,I have been prescribed different medicines by two different neuro physicians those are orphenadrine citrate paracetamol, gabapentin 100 mg, rivotril.5mg,reline,zoldem10mg and the other gave me propranolol hydrochloride10 mg,synflex when feel that migrane is starting n depricap for depression can these medicines be used together .my question is that CAN I USE THE ABOVE Mentioned medicines together especially the one mentioned in the title.

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DrJoeyMDPhD Says:

Why TWO neurologists? You have quite a witches; brew of meds there...and who ever gave you the idea GLUCOSAMINE (Synflex) would do a damned bit of good for migraine or any chronic headache syndrome. NEUROTIN (gabapentin) has been so overprescribed and prescribed for indications where it simply doesn't work. Why don't these two geniuses get together and determine a Ddx and Tx plan for you? This isn't medicine; it's more like throwing drugs at symptoms and waiting to see what happens? How often do you follow up with either or both?

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