18 Sep 2011
Im not a medical professional, but both have sedation effects, and I would not recommend taking them together without checking with a pharmacist or your doctor first. Promethazine or phenergan, can also enhance the sedative effect of some drugs, and could put you at risk for worse sedation that you need. Please check with the appropriate medical professionals before taking this combination!!!
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