First of all I am not a doctor. The doctor who gave you the medication for your shoulder to take after your surgery needs to know that the medication he or she gave you made you pass out or faint. That is a serious reaction from taking this medication, not necessarily an allergic reaction, but either way you need to tell that doctor that this medicine made you faint. So call that doctor's office and make an appointment to see him. Say you want a follow up appointment and then tell that doctor that this medicine doesn't agree with you so he can give you another medication and so that this doctor can record the other medication as making you unwell. Good luck to you. Eve.
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