... Last things first...I've read some about Zohydro and it's being released this month with some controversy. Basically its extended release hydrocodone in 10, 15, 20, 30, 40 and 50 mg doses. ... (2 replies)
... 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. ... (7 replies)
... hydrocodone without acetaminophen (7 replies)
... what is the name of hydrocodone without acetaminophen (20 replies)
... If you want hydrocodone without acetaminophen, you need to go to a compounding pharmacy and get it made up especialy for yuo, as there is no commercial product. ... (13 replies)
... hydro without acetaminophen jumps upto a CII drug, which obliviates the main advantage of it over oxycodeone based meds - that it is only CIII
If you want a narcotic without APAP, I'd ask about "straight" oxycodone
I am from Australia, and virtualy none of out narcotic pain meds contain APAP - you get prescribed your oxycodone or whatever, and also APAP tablets, to mix... (7 replies)
... Hydrocodone Compound IR 15 mg (20 replies)
... Let me try one more time as simple as I can....Hopefully it will help.
Oxycontin is long acting. It has a time release function to it that slowly releases the med over 8-12 hours. It contains nothing by Oxycodone.
Percocets are also Oxycodone, but contain some Tylenol. There are a couple different strength combinations. They are short acting. No time release... (20 replies)
... OK, so oxycontin is LA and Percocet is SA, is that what she meant? And this line screwed me up-"roxicodone 15, 30 mg which is straight oxycodone hcl no tylenol (acetaminophen)"- Wouldn't "roxicodone" just be Percocet, endocet, etc.?? Or it's the same as Perc, but just a higher dosage? Or no, it'd have to be like oxy ir due to no tylenol, so it sounds like oxy ir at higher... (20 replies)
... Oxycontin contains only oxycodone hcl in a time release tablet that releases the drug over 8-12 hours with no tylenol (acetaminophen) in it, some people take it twice a day (every 12 hrs) most people find it only lasts about 8 hrs which would be 3 times a day like you. Now what the others were saying there are short acting versions that are to be taken every 4-6 hours which... (20 replies)
... not without at least one of the suffixe's i mentioned above? ... (20 replies)
... Hey Ann...The question was referring to Hydrocodone, not Oxycodone. You're correct on the Oxy, but Hydro doesn't come free of Tylenol unless you have it made at a compounding pharmacy. (20 replies)
... Roxicodone and OxyContin is the time released version. Yes it can be prescribed to patients without Tylenol or other ingredients in the USA...Husband has been on it for a few years. ... (20 replies)
... There is a new product undergoing clinical trials vicodin cr, an extended release combination of hydrocodone 15mg but yes it does have acetaminophen 500mg as well. ... (20 replies)
... I have been taking Vicodin for 5 years now. I was in 2 bad accidents in 1997. But the risks of liver damage from the acetaminophen are really scaring me. ... (3 replies)
... Did your Doctor tell you to shoot them?
I doubt it.
:mad: (7 replies)
... i havedilaudid it seem to do well i dont like pills with mixedagents in them can you shoot them if anybody knows (7 replies)
... I should have specified what the BT stood for. I just know that it has done me a lot of good because it also helps with the inflammation and I did not see that anyone else had mentioned that certain derivative. :D (7 replies)
... vicoprofen doesn't contain tylenol, but it does contain ibuprofin. And that sometimes causes people problems. (7 replies)
... sorry they STILL do not manufacture this as of yet. you could possibly ,if you can actually find a compounding pharmacy and a doc willing to actually write that plain old hydro rx for you to maybe have it made for you. but that would be unfortuently your ONLY true option when it comes to any hydro based meds out there right now. the absolute lowest amount of tylenol in any... (7 replies)