Possible reactions to look for, is it safe to take Tylenol 3 & ultram
16 May 2012
You really shouldnt combine the two, seeing as they both conatin certain amounts of acetaminophen (spelling??) Tylenol 3's contain codeine, and tramadol is narcotic-like, so the side-effects (like drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, etc) may increase. Please please be careful!! Im not recomending that you combine the two! If you do this combination for a long time, you could also be causing some serious damage to your liver. I know youre prob only taking these in small amounts, but again, PLEASE be careful! I hope this helps!
16 May 2012
Hello & welcome to the site. I understand your questin is about taking tylenol with your tramadol, but there are a longer list of other possible interreactions when taking tramadol, & I feel since all you asked about was tylenol you should have the full prescribing info. I have given you a link to read about the side effects, & further down it will list other medications you should not take with tramadol. Please read this carefully. With regards...
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