my jar, you need to speak to your physician about this before your surgery. It is not to be mixed with pain drugs, so if you anticipate (since you don't list what your surgery is for) having to take these meds afterwards, the hospital nursing staff when they take your history need to know that you have been on this drug, & for sure the surgeon. You need to call the surgeon now & tell them about being on this NOW. They may want you to stop taking it way before surgery so there are no intereactions from pain drugs or anistesia. ...
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