22 Dec 2009
The answer is yes IF it was prescribe by the same doctor and the docotor gave you directions to take both. If they were prescribed by different doctors then I would call one of them first to make sure it's okay. I know of people that take both of those medications safely for pain management. I hope this helps.
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