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Is it ok to take metformin, simvastatin and 2 tramadol ...

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Is it ok to take metformin, simvastatin and 2 tramadol at the same time?
Submitted: 8 years ago via Patientsville.
Category: Health
Expert:  Mrs. E Brush replied 8 years ago.

As long as these medications were prescribed by your doctor for you (if these are not for you then it is not safe- taking or sharing other's medications without doctor direction is a great risk to your health) then these are safe. There are no reported interactions between these three medications. The only significant note about these medications is that while taking them, you need to avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice which may change their effectiveness.

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