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    Warning!!! Do not take these drugs together!!!!
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    jselleck posted:
    Hey guys, just wanted to pass on a bit of advice. Unless you want to be dizzy as all get out, do not take Celebrex and Tramadol at the same time. No matter what a nurse might tell you. One told me there was no recorded side effects to taking these meds at the same time, so I did. Within half an hour I was dizzy as all get out, light headed, and almost colasped. Just a friendly bit of advice. I'm never doing that again no matter how much pain I might be in. That was one scary experience.

    JSelleck
     
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    trs1960 responded:
    Everyone metabelizes drugs differently. Like my old PM doc said, "it's like soup. A little of this and a little of that and we check to see how things work out?"
    That's why we need to be careful with any new meds and especially combinations.


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