Cetirizine, Prednisone, Ranitidine, Copaxone, Flexeril, Neurontin & Singulair. Also, the Cetirizine has been prescribed at 20 mg. twice daily
Neurologic Disorder - Should I be concerned taking the following drugs & their cumulative effects?
- 20 May 2010 by tlinderm
- copaxone, flexeril, neurontin, singulair, multiple sclerosis, hives, neurologic disorder, urticaria, diabetic nerve damage, muscle spasm, pain, cetirizine, prednisone, ranitidine, diabetic neuropathy
27 Jan 2011
It is always best to review your medications with both your neuro doctor and you primary care doctor and be sure that they are both aware of what medications you are currently taking. You should also make sure that you yourself are aware of what medications should not be taken with other medications. Get yourself a drug guide book and make sure that you are knowlegeable of all you medications. Don't be afraid to question your doctors, they are not Gods, they work for YOU... Good luck.
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