... Dosepak, - Safe combination for a 75 year old woman? Prior medication she was taking was Citalopram, Dexamethasone, Diphenhydramine, Docusate, Lorazepam, Metaxalone, Simvastatin, Tramadol, Combivent, and Mapap. Can any of the drugs cause legs to give out, muscle damage, or ligament damage? She also, has allergies to Morphine and Codeine.
25 Nov 2011
While high doses of Simvistatin (80 mg) can cause severe muscle atrophy(Rhabdomyolisis), interactions with the other that she was taking are not too great. The best way to find out is to go to the drug interaction checker which is located at the top of your sign in page and check each one.
I hope that this helps, and puts you more at ease.
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