20 Mar 2012
Hello meghanriley. Safe. Almost I'd use the words very safe. Both doses are minimal, very low. She might be a bit drowsy, not as alert because both drugs can work on her central nervous system. I am not a doctor, so you might ask her doctor or pharmacist to confirm, or get thier thoughts on your question. Best of wishes to you and your family, pledge
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