Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

129 Doctors Online
Doctor Image
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

I will be looking into your question and guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

Returned home fro having a total knee trplacement. As part

Returned home fro having a total knee trplacement. As part of this recovery I am taking 2 Tramadol 50mg with 2 ibuprofen every 4 hours. At about 4am I took 2 Tramadol and three( I thought ibuprofen) but these were Paracetamol.
Have drunk a lot of cold water and have been vomiting. Is this the correct thing to do!
thank you.
Philip Eddleston
Fri, 12 Oct 2018
Report Abuse
For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
Share on

Related questions you may be interested in

doctor1 MD

I have had a swollen knee (non injured) for several days. Can t bend it. Ice brings down swelling...but not sure what is going on with it. Very uncommon for me to have knee problems. Today I was swimming in a natural spring (ice cold water...came home and am broken out in moving hives. Now I m worried that maybe I have something serious going on...maybe an infection? Or do you think they are totally unrelated?

doctor1 MD

Two nights ago i felt a small lump on my inner part of my right leg same level as knee but further in i rubbed it as i was out. I got home half hour later to discover a bruise the size of a tennis ball with a flesh color centre it has been getting darker purple over the two days i have not knocked it it was not there niether was the lump an hour before i felt it. It litraley came from no where.

doctor1 MD

Good Morning: I had a total knee replacement this past Sept. On December 26 I underwent an arthroscope for removal of scar tissue and returned to PT. I have less pain after the arthroscope, and still do not have full flex or extension. I am scheduled for yet another procedure on July 23. I am getting conflicting instructions from my surgeon i.e. I will be put into a cast after the July 23 procedure, where as after the Dec. 26 procedure I was told to start moving my knee as soon as possible to avoid further scar tissue issues. On my problem list obtained on March 27, 2013, it reads in part S/P knee surgery, LOA/MUA, anterior interval/laterial release, synovectomy; adhesive capsulitis of knee and iliotibial bank syndrome of right side. I am leaning toward obtaining a second opinion because I do not know if these types of issues are normal in some patients. Thanks for your help. S. LaGrange

Loading Online Doctors....