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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
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Default Vioxx and Zomig

I just took Vioxx and Zomig for the first time yesterday and I took them together. I am unsure if what happened to me was related to the medications, but the doctor couldn't find anything wrong with an MRI. I started throwing up and had some memory loss, confusion, and feeling "out there". I looked at my kids and all I could do was stare at them. I woke up today and felt fine (did not take either medicine) and later in the morning, I felt the same as I did last night except for the severity and throwing up. I have been having migraines and headaches constantly and I do take Stacker 2's a couple of times a week. Could this be the result of those two medications? If anyone has any advice, please email me.
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