12 Oct 2009
Yes you can obviously take other pain medicine alongwith 75mg arthrotec like soma watson 350mg or tramadol 50mg or if you want you can also take morphine.I willl suggest you to take morphine because this is the most widely accepted pain relief medicine in all hospitals,after surgeries.
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