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Just now, WhitneyLC84 said:

Really? I have some in the kitchen. Do I think it's okay to take them now?

I don't know, but CammyC recommends that for gas. Read the instructions on the package and see what it says about drug interactions. I don't want to advise you with something that I don't have the credentials for, ie., medical care.

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On 9/26/2013 at 11:07 PM, Heather Meyer said:

Just wondering if at 2 weeks out can i swallow the whole tablet or if i have to crush it?

Hi Heather,

I take Trazodone every night. I’m 16 days post op and I finally started swallowing the entire 100 mg tab. Before that I was just crunching them between my teeth just one so they broke up into like 3 pieces. It doesn’t taste bad bc I would barely bite on it. Just enough to get it to break up.

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3 hours ago, WhitneyLC84 said:

Really? I have some in the kitchen. Do I think it's okay to take them now?

Hi Whitney, oh those saved me! I was in so much pain from the gas. It was the worst pain I’ve ever experienced and I’ve had my boobs and my nose operated on. I was watching on those YouTube girls and she recommended charco Tabs for the gas pain after surgery....it’s the only thing that worked for me. The Percocet did nothing for it.

i didn’t get any until day 2 but if I had known before I would have stocked up for day 1. Days 1-3 were pretty miserable. I hope you feel better soon.

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