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... Which is stronger, hydrocodone APAP 7. ... (1 replies)
... Mia...Welcome to the boards! The only difference is the amount of APAP (APAP is Tylenol), and one has 325mg of APAP (Tylenol), and the other has 500mg of APAP. Neither one is without the APAP/Tylenol. So, one has 175mg more Tylenol than the other. No other difference. The 7.5/325 is the generic for Norco, and the 7.5/500 is generic Lortab. (1 replies)
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Oct 5, 2004
... The rconversion rate from hydrocodone to oxycodone is roughly 10mg of hydro is equal to 7.5 mgs of oxy. So even the 5 mg percocet isn't neccesarrily stronger when you compare strength mg to mg. ... (3 replies)

... THe only way to get Hydro without apap is to have a compounding pharmacy manufacturer hydro capsules for you. ... (10 replies)
... If you are thinking of Percoset, they're marketing all types of versions of that too. You can get it 5, 7.5, and 10 mgs of Oxycodone. The apap varies, but you can get it in a 325 Mg version, just like the Hydro. ... (4 replies)
... I believe thats what he said, the name of the med on the script was hydrocodone bitrate 7. ... (12 replies)
... If you follow pricing trends over the last 5 years or so, you can pretty much tell which pain meds were prescribed most often, which were newest and most popular, so on and so forth. ... (12 replies)
... Because unless you go to a special compounding pharmacy there are no such hydrocodone doses as 3. ... (8 replies)
... Basically the 7.5 and 5 are the amount of painkiller or hydrocodone and the 325mg and 500mg refers to the amount of tylenol in milligrams(I think that's what they use). If I missed on something, I'm sure someone will come by and let you know but I'm pretty sure that's correct. Good Luck! (3 replies)
... You should ask your doctor or pharmacist. (3 replies)
... What is the difference between Hydroco/APAP 7.5-325 mg and 5-500 mg? (3 replies)
... HYDROCODONE BITARTRATE APAP 7. ... (8 replies)
... The Only differences are the the combination amounts of Hydrocodone and apap. Here is a list of Watsons name brand and generic line,and Mellencrodts Anexia and generic line, Endo has one too. ... (1 replies)
... Dihydrocodone is another option, stronger than codeine but weaker than hydrocodone . You see more DHC used in the UK but it is available in the US. ... (5 replies)
... ou should never exced 1000mgs of tylenol per dose or 4000mgs of tylenol per day. If you use these meds on a regular basis, you should cut thosemax amount of apap in half and not exceed 2000 mgs per day. ... (4 replies)
... will offer any more pain relief than a pill with a lower apap and the same amount of hydrocodone. In addition, increasing your apap intake will greatly increase your chances of long term liver damage that can be very serious. ... (15 replies)
... If you haven't tried the hydrocodone products it's the next logical step, if you apap dose ever reaches a level above that which is considered safe, he can use pure oxycodone or other pure opiate formulations that have no tylenol. ... (5 replies)
... but some people prefer hydrocodone. For me hydrocodone seems to have a "warmer" quality and oxycodone has a speedier quality, and hydrocodone feels better on my pain. ... (4 replies)
... They currently do not have a Hydrocodone product out without either APAP or Ibuprofen mixed with it unless you go to a compounding pharmacy and have your Dr write a compounding script to reduce the Tylenol. ... (9 replies)
... You're taking Hydrocodone 7. ... (9 replies)


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