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Suffering from crohns disease with IBS. Can I take statex and nabilon at the same time?

i am a crohns patient whom also suffers from ibs , i have been left with chronic pain and am currently using marijuana to control my pain. all though the marijuana works while i am having an chronic attach, but once a flare up comes into effect the weed does not do the trick. i am taking nabilon pills for my intence nausea and i am jjust curious if i could take the nabilon and smoke at the same time, and if not could i take statex and nabilon at the same time?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query

There are no known interaction between Nabilon and Statix, you can continue taking them both. However Nabilon and smoking Marijuana might make your excessively drowsy and also it has addictive properties, kindly speak to your doctor with my suggestion.
Tab Levosulpride is a novel drug for nausea and vomiting, i suggest this drug instead of nabilon for it

I hope I was of help

Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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