Monday, April 13, 2009 Izzy, Community Member, asks

Q: Can I take Gabapentin with Tylenol?

I am currently taking 300mg Gabapentin, but it does not help with my chronic pain located in my hips and left leg.  Would it be safe to take some Tylenol with the Gabapentin? 

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Karen Lee Richards, Health Guide
4/13/09 2:48pm

When I checked for possible interactions between gabapentin and Tylenol, none showed up, so you should be ok taking them together.  You're wise to check before mixing drugs, even over-the-counter medications. 

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dar, Community Member
4/13/09 2:51pm

i am on 900 mgs of gabapentin daily ,180 mgs mscontin and 325/500 oxycodone 6xdaily for brkthrew pain for sever osteoarthritis in hips and dr informed me that i may use advil if needed .advil would probably be best.i don't understand why he just has you on gabapentin when it is used for nerve pain?

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By Izzy, Community Member— Last Modified: 02/04/14, First Published: 04/13/09