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... Yes they do make hydrocodone without acetaminophen. I cannot take tylenol due to an overdose as a youngster. I know they make it because I have it in my cupboard. It is called vicoprofen or hydrocodone BT. I have takin this for pain as Needed for a couple of years now. ... (7 replies)
... is stronger than Vicodin and Vicodin has more tylenol which isnt good. OXY IR is percocet without the tylenol I would try for that it comes in 5mg and 10mg. I am on the 10mg and it works wonderful. Most of our worries nowdays are the tylenol in the painkillers. ... (13 replies)
... There are some pretty easy choices available, almost everything except hydrocodone comes without the tylenol, these two are examples. Tramdol comes without the tylenol as does Oxycodone. For some reason they do not make hydrocodone without the tylenol or iburprofen. ... (9 replies)

I Have 3 Choices!
Oct 31, 2010
... Sounds like your doctor prescribed you some very lightweight pain meds. They make oxycodone without tylenol which is better for your liver. Lortab is hydrocodone with tylenol and is for light pain. ... (58 replies)
... Hey, Please don't make the mistake of feeling the need to remind your doc about the dangers of tylenol, Trust me, He knows and you are not taking anywhere near the max dose. ... (5 replies)
... i am wondering kat, if they have ever mentioned simply placing you onto a form of oxycodone WITHOUT that tylenol, like the roxicodone? ... (12 replies)
... The reason I was told hydrocodone was a class III is that is always mixed with tylenol. It can be compounded but I don't know if they do it without the tylenol. A lot of states are trying to make hydrocodone a class II. ... (7 replies)
... The op asked about why Hydrocodone is not available as a LA narcotic without the apap or aspirin, just alone, like oxycontin. This is a question I myself posed about two years ago. ... (12 replies)
... I've met folks that used compounded hydrocodone with dextromathorphan to increase the duration of each dose and limit tolerance, increase thresholds to pain and to help with Neuro pain. ... (4 replies)
... Despite all this, the practice I'm in now is giving me garbage about the tiny amount of breakthrough medication they grudgingly give me. ... (11 replies)
... I do not understand, since vicodin and lortab are exactly the same medication..ie hydrocodone and tylenol. The only differences can be the varying strengths of the hydrocodone and tylenol found in the particular script. ... (3 replies)
... just wanted to mention a couple things about tylenol and mostly how those 'guidelines' are actually set to begin with? ... (12 replies)
... fects it may have, not unlike taking aspirin for instance. Pretty much any level of food will do, as long as it is enough to help. Things like breads are good as they are quite absorbent, or others of a similar texture. Toast is fine usually or any kind of sandwich. But filling up per se isn't really necessary. ... (21 replies)
... Norco is a hydrocodone and tylenol product like lortab or vicodin, the only difference is the norco has less tyelenol than any other hydro product. ... (4 replies)
... If you had been taking 8 10mg percocets a day for several years prior to surgry than the doc sort of has a point but there are still meds stronger. They make a 30 mg Oxycodone tablet without tylenol that could be used or they can prescribe oral morphine. ... (6 replies)
... Oxycodone without Tylenol is available in several forms, I imagine you don't want Tylenol if you dmaged your liver? ... (2 replies)
... Vicodin being schedule III and oxycodone a schedule II, has nothing to do with one being stronger than the other. ... (3 replies)
... The Neurontin deffinitely takes some time to really build to a steady level in your system, and this is why they titrate us up. As you know, different people tolerate medications differently, therefore some require higher doses and some require less. ... (3 replies)
... A couple Norco per day, wouldn't make normal post op meds they used 10 years ago on me innefective. I've said it a few times but every surgery I had, 3 back surgeries, 2 of which were fusions, the last a 6 level. ... (12 replies)
... can be used for years and years on end without creating organ toxicities, nor do they cause decline in cognitive abilities when used appropriately long term. ... (12 replies)




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