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i took trazodone about 1and half ago and would like to take nyquil for my cold would it be safe to do so?

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Dr. Richard Zimon
Internal Medicine 59 years experience
Yes: You may become sleepier than usual if you were just begun on Trazadone...however the use of Nyquil is not contraindicated Hope this is helpful! BTW NO driving/operating machinery RIGHT?? Dr Z

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