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Vicoden vs Norco
Dec 23, 2004
... hydro 15 tylenol 50. You will pay a lot more for the compounded med. Perhaps it is time to switch to a different opiate without the tylenol in it. Have you had your liver checked? ... (4 replies)
... as in it is not out there without the tylenol. I think a compounding pharmacy could make it with minimal tylenol in it. I also believe there is no ceiling dose of hydro, as long as you titrate up slowly and safely. ... (4 replies)
... input. I have panic disorder which is where my anxiety is coming from. I have suffered anxiety problems since I was a kid. I pretty much have it under control with meds, but with the pain it is flaring. ... (8 replies)

... the Vicoprofen, and changed my sinus meds to something that had no Tylenol. ... (8 replies)
... Shoreline you have given such good information to others I was wondering if you or anyone could help me with some questioins. ... (8 replies)
... rcotic hydrocodone. The oxy ir's purely contain 5 mg's of the narcotic oxycodone only. Both medications are immediate release. However, the hydrocodone in the norco makes that med a schedule III med, while any med containing oxycodone is a schedule II med. ... (4 replies)
... be used short term due to a metabolite that can build up and cause seizures. None of the meds for severe pain are limited in dose because they are pure opiates, no apap, aspirin or IBU in each pill. ... (5 replies)
... I have had a weird problem lately with my "ears popping", kind of like when you change altitude in a plane or car. It mainly happens when I lay down, so it could it be my bad sinuses for all I know. ... (4 replies)
Question!!!
Oct 5, 2004
... Oxycodone also comes in pure form with no apap, in 5 mg, 15 mg, and 30 mg. ... (3 replies)
Breakthrough Meds?
Jun 22, 2004
... also no tylenol, and I'm sure many more, but this sure gives you an idea of what is available. ... (4 replies)
... And just like with the hydro, oxycodone comes in all the same varying strength combos. ... (13 replies)
... D or side effects at all from removing the patch cold turkey. So, I am just on the Norco for now. ... (0 replies)
... As far as the patch... I was just asking because I read you were taking up to 8 Vicodin ES a day. The switch to Norco was a good idea from your doctor based on the Tylenol intake. ... (5 replies)
... it, but never gave it a second thought. I said I know of Fibromyalgia but not Lupus, I got pretty nervous at that point. He wants to see me again after my appt. with the Rheumatologist which is Nov 3rd. ... (9 replies)
... need 8 hr. doseing and I would have virtually complete pain control. Even at 3x per day, I would still only be taking 60mg of Oxycodone whereas I was taking 90mg with the percocet and got no where near as good of releif as with the Oxycontin. I just cant explain it, all I know is thats how it works for me. ... (28 replies)
Drinking wine??
Sep 5, 2003
... y touchy subject, and I am sure that there are going to be some very differing opinions here. Please, everyone, do not take this to heart, and if you don't agree with me, thats fine. ... (5 replies)
... dnt warn me about heat and the patch, I only learned that here at Health Boards. I just wanted to put my 2 cents in, and I hope that the thread starter gets help with controling their pain. Good luck. ... (11 replies)
I hate my Dr.!
Jul 29, 2003
... No I didnt tell him I had taken the Norco before. I didnt know what it was untill I got home and did a search for it. ... (15 replies)
Need some advice
Jul 17, 2003
... Whaley is correct about Oxyfast. There are a few Schedule 2 drugs like oxyfast and Oxy IR and MSIR and dilaudid and the such that have no tylenol in them at all. ... (5 replies)
Very Curious.....
Jul 11, 2003
... SR Morphine 45mg 3X's a day with Norco for Bthru pain. ... (10 replies)




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