Do you mean Dilaudid? It depends. Is your oxymorphone a short acting or a long acting? If it is short acting, and the Dilaudid is short acting, you probably dont want to take them together. This could cause too much sedation and respiratory depression. You will want to take one or the other and space them out 6 hours or so apart. If the oxymorphone is the long acting formula and the Dilaudid was given as a breakthrough med then you might be able to take them together. So it depends.
- Oxymorphone Information for Consumers
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