I have been on methotrexate and celebrex for at least 15 years, probably long. I am currently in a tremendous amount of pain in my fingers, elbows, shoulders, left knee and left hip. Volteran gel has not helped at all and neither has Aleve. Can I take tramadol with these two drugs? I have recently switched my insurance and am waiting to get into a new rheumatologist.
Tramadol is a pain medication that should be fine with these anti-inflammatory medications. It is wise to ask the professionals on here anyway. There are a few side effects including potential failure to urinate and possible itching that could occur with Tramadol. I use drugs.com for more information about drug interactions. As usual the is usually only 3-4 % chance of adverse side effects with US meds.
My pharmacist would not give me my methotrexate as I was also taking celebrex. I had already experienced the side affects she was talking about. I promised not to take the celebrex again. Who would after you thought had the flu or were dying.
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