Slow release pain medication not interfering with triptans...

CluelessKitty at 06h54
Slow release pain medication not interfering with triptans...

Is there such medication that is not oxycontin, vico- or hydro- something
that is a slow/extended release, can be taken with both Percocet and any triptan and has strength at least
of 10- T3
(or 500mg/acetaminophen with 30mg/codeine) for a day?

I think I have either some kind of rheumatism - rheumatoid arthritis maybe,
or more probably- a fibromyalgia as the pains and their location I have fit its description to a tee.

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