finally got neoutrinPosted by stella on 10/22/03 at 14:25 (135005)
Ok i know i spelled it wrong ha ha .. but i finally got some help yesterday in getting this medicine i have wanted to try it forever but have no income. The salvation army heled me by paying for it. I hope this works! I called my dr but he wont call back i need to know can i take my ultram with this med or no?? thanks
Re: finally got neoutrinmarie on 10/22/03 at 16:44 (135028)
Best of luck to you!
Re: finally got neoutrinKathy G on 10/23/03 at 10:24 (135142)
I'm no doctor but I do have a brother-in-law who has chronic back pain. He takes his Neurontin along with his Ultram. If your doctor doesn't call you soon, call your pharmacy and ask the pharmacist. He'll know if they are compatible.
I'm so happy for you and I sincerely hope that these drugs will help you with your pain.
Re: finally got neoutrinBrianG on 10/24/03 at 18:56 (135395)
You can find this information at any search engine, by typing in 'drug interactions'. I went to RxList.com to do a quick check for you. According to this website, the 2 drugs (Neurontin & Ultram) are compatible. There is one warning, about alcohol and Ultram. Still, it's only a web site. Too be sure, I'd call your pharmacy, as the others suggested.
Regards, and glad you finally got your meds!
Cut & Pasted from RxList.com
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ULTRAM (TRAMADOL HYDROCHLORIDE) and ALCOHOL
Description: Drinking ALCOHOL (or taking any product containing alcohol) while being treated with TRAMADOL may result in slowing down your nervous system.
Drinking alcohol while being treated with tramadol is not recommended. You may experience loss of balance, slurred speech, confusion, changes in mental awareness, or dizziness.
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Re: finally got neoutrinmarie on 10/24/03 at 21:41 (135405)
You're the best!