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Can you take norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) and flexeril at the same time?

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Dr. Peter Zimmerman
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

There is no cross reaction between those to drugs.

In brief: Yes

There is no cross reaction between those to drugs.
Dr. Peter Zimmerman
Dr. Peter Zimmerman
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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice
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In brief: Addictive drugs...

Yes, simply put. In fact in urgent pain and/ or muscle injury taking both is a common thing.
They have differing affects. But, please be aware that one should try not to take either of these drugs indefinitely or for any reason except for an acute need due to injury or trauma. Both of the drugs you mentioned have significant addictive properties. Please be careful.

In brief: Addictive drugs...

Yes, simply put. In fact in urgent pain and/ or muscle injury taking both is a common thing.
They have differing affects. But, please be aware that one should try not to take either of these drugs indefinitely or for any reason except for an acute need due to injury or trauma. Both of the drugs you mentioned have significant addictive properties. Please be careful.
Dr. Robert Killian
Dr. Robert Killian
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Dr. Peter Zimmerman
Actually neither of them are "addictive". Norco can lead to tolerance and dependance, but flexeril has no such issues
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