17 Nov 2011
There is no reason not to take them together. It's like this... two different meds attacking the same problem. If u r in pain because of an inflammatory response to something going on in your body, the Norco takes care of the pain and the prednisone takes care of your inflammation. If you have a delicate stomach, eat something (crackers and milk) before you take the meds.
Hope you feel better really soon, peace...
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