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... A family member of mine has been on percocet for over twenty years from extreme back and neck pain due to herniated discs and multiple surgeries. ... (16 replies)
... after taking. I only had two week supply and then was back to Norco. ... (29 replies)
... As stated by others Norco is hydrocodone and tylenol and percocet is oxycodone and tylenol. Norco is a relatively new drug that was made primarily to have hydrocodone available with less than 500 mg of tylenol. ... (4 replies)

... What is the difference between Norco and Percocet? ... (4 replies)
... I'm reading this old thread, trying to educate myself on the difference in all the pain meds. ... (15 replies)
... The difference between Norco 10 and Percocet 7.5 is 2. ... (6 replies)
... The difference between Norco 10 and Percocet 7.5 is 2. ... (6 replies)
Vicodin pain?
Mar 12, 2009
... Vicodin and Norco are both hydrodcodone and Tylenol. However, the Vicoden might have more Tylenol and the interaction could be causing problems...or other inactive ingredients could be the issue. ... (3 replies)
Are opioids safe?
Sep 10, 2008
... Most also do not understand the difference between dependence and addiction. All people who take opioids chronically will develop dependence. ... (14 replies)
... had been answered. Percocet gave me nightmares but I tolerated Norco fine. Strange how they affect different people, isn't it? ... (4 replies)
... Norco is a brand name drug that is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone Percocet is a brand name drug that is a combination of acetaminophen and oxycodone They are both used to treat moderate to severe pain. (4 replies)
... Norco is hydrocodone and tylenol. Percocet is oxycodone and tylenol. Pecocet is stronger than Norco. Some people tolerate one and not another. I cannot tolerate Norco, but Pecocet is very well tolerated by me and works great for pain. Do what works best for you! ... (4 replies)
... Its still a hit or miss, there are a lot of medical people out there who still dont know the difference between addiction and dependence, But things are a lot better than they were 15 years ago, and getting better all the time. ... (5 replies)
... nutes dependning on the settings. If your not comfortable in the hopital, it's best to have someone there to advocate for you. Somethat can stomp the halls, yell and demand to see the surgeon now to manage uncontrolled pain. ... (4 replies)
Am I doomed??
Oct 19, 2004
... ehavior like doc shopping, forging scripts or altering scripts to obtain more. Addicts use meds to get high, or in severe cases are simply stuck, due to physical and psychological dependence. They don't have pain and don't need to take the drugs, but if they stop they get extremely sick. ... (9 replies)
Jul 18, 2003
... for chronic pain, i am taking 4 tabs a day and they dont seem to work like they did. Do they make a stronger hydrocodone pill or should i try something else? ... (6 replies)
... You will see that everyone on here is very helpful and understanding. I am so sorry that you are going through the ongoing health issues. I know it can be frustrating but don't give up. ... (4 replies)
Jul 10, 2009
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... No...Not even close. Hydrocodone is the active ingredient in such meds as Lortab, Lorcet, Vicodin, Norco, and etc. Hydrocodone based meds are CIII.... ... (26 replies)
Jul 12, 2006
... ke more dilaudid than hydro because there isn't a ceiling created by the amount of tylenol in dilaudid because they don't use apap in it. So the dose of dilaudid and how much Hydro you were used to taking is what really makes the difference. ... (7 replies)

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