... side effects?
27 Mar 2010
No, they shouldn't be taken together. Possible side effects are coma, overdose, death... you didn't mention the mg of the meds, I am answering based on the assumption they are higher mg. Based on the question, I'm wondering if they are from different doctors? If they are from the same doctor, follow the directions on the bottle. If you still have concerns, call the pharmacy where you had them filled. Be careful with these meds and don't take them all together. Wait until you consult with a professional.
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