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Does OxyElite Pro have any drug interactions with Termadol? Dizziness, headache, tired, dry heaving

hi i am trying to find out if a thermogenic called OxyElite pro has any drug interactions with Termadol. I took one pill of each this morning and got really sick. I am dizzy, i have been dry heaving, headache , sensitivity to light, extremely tired and can barely keep my eyes open. I did eat before taking the meds and I have never had a reaction to any kind of pain killer before
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

If it is Tramadol you mentioned in your query, I consider the side effects you had are due to the same but not due to the interaction between tramadol and OxyElite pro..

The side effects you had are seen during initial dosages of tramadol and on taking the effects wane off.If they do not reduce then do stop tramadol and inform your treating doctor.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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