does hydocodone, ibuprofen, or muscle relaxers cause weight gain?

kimsmom at 05h02
does hydocodone, ibuprofen, or muscle relaxers cause weight gain?

I have gained quite a bit of weight resently. I do not feel I have changed my diet much. I know I am eating a snack after dinner which I should not be doing but some of the "wrong" foods help my headaches.

Just wondered if taking these meds causes the body to gain more weight than it usually would if I did not take them. Course I am going to take them to stop the headaches but I was just wondering if they contributed to [......]
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