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Currently taking oxycodon/apap 10-325mg (every 4 hours) and warfarin 2mg

Currently taking oxycodon/apap 10-325mg (every 4 hours) and warfarin 2mg after a knee replacement. Can I take Bayer aspirin or Tylenol in between the 4 hours of taking oxycodon? Missed my 5:00 oxcyodon and waiting till 9:00 to take it again to get back on schedule
Wed, 17 Oct 2018
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