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Any Interactions Withtylosin & Metacam Or Gabapentin?


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Yes. Though I would double check with your vet.

 

Tylosin is an antibiotic, metacam an said, and Gabapentin an anti seizure /nerve pain reliever. There shouldn't be any overlap.

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I haven't had any trouble combining them, although I do have more experience with Tylosin and Metacam than Gabapentin.

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  • 2 years later...

My grey is on Gabapentin for pain and I gave him a dose of tylan for diarrhea last night. Woke up to him having a swollen area of skin hanging under his jaw line. Thought he must have injured himself so gave him his breakfast with tylan also, and he developed a swollen lip area too now. This is the only thing that has changed (the tylan addition) so I'm thinking it must be some kind of interaction. I'll not give it tonight and tomorrow and see if it recedes and report back. Just in case anyone has this question or experience too.

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