I am regularly on Topamax for migraines and seizures and take Ambien to help me sleep, I currently have a UTI and kidney stones and was prescribed Cipro and Ultram. Can these drugs be taken together?
29 Jul 2011
Ambien, Ultram and Topamax are all central nervous system depressants and can cause breathing problems. Yet, if the same doctor prescribed ALL of these medications for you, it should be safe. If however separate doctor's prescribed these medications you should really talk to your Primary Care Physician to ask if tis OK to take them all at once. And call your pharmacist, they really know more about most meds than the docs do!
Best wishes and I hope you feel better soon.
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