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... Hey Blaster, with the history of gerds and recent surgery, I still think mixng NSAIDS is a bad idea. ... (4 replies)
... p. The surgery worked great and within 3 weeks of it i was off the narcotics and just taking otc tylenol. Within 3 to 4 months i noticed no more soreness and my back felt normal again. ... (8 replies)
Nov 23, 2003
... I was prescribed 12 norco a day, take 2 every 4hrs. I was getting 60 pills every 5 days. ... (6 replies)

... I have a new PM she seems nice. She cut back my norco from 12 to 10 a day. Wants me to take Mscontin at night. I asked her is there any morphine or oxy kind of drug that is short acting. ... (0 replies)
Jul 18, 2003
... Hey Tad, The Norco is the strongest non specially compounded Hydrocodone tab available. Percocet or percodan are combinations of Oxycodone and Tylenol or aspiran. ... (6 replies)
... YES, they do make it at compounding pharmacies. I took it for awhile. I stated out with 15mg it had dextrothophone SPELLING? ... (10 replies)
... mg Tylenol which is much easier on your liver with a stronger hydrocodone component. ... (6 replies)
... told me to come in by 10am and I'd just see the doctor real quick, so he can give me my prescription since they can't call it in. So I had to bring my youngest with me since it was last minute. Anyway, I'm outside for what seems like forever, probably 45 minutes. ... (8 replies)
... for a bladder infection and my PCP had prescribed Norco for migrains which unbeknownst to me was the same thing and I was young naive and too new to all the "Narcotic" rules and regulations. ... (16 replies)
... My PM doctor and surgeon are both really good at what they do, and they both are so great in treating me with care. My surgeon prescribed me essentially whatever we both decided on before and after my surgery. We would discuss it at lengths. ... (4 replies)
ITZ & Tyler7
Dec 3, 2003
... per day, 2 every 4hrs. He had no problem about this, but I sure did. That's like 3900mg tylenol per day and I had already been taking them for at least 7 months. ... (10 replies)
... Gwenny, I bet you are feeling good and have NO PAIN at all given the dose your Dr gave you. ... (18 replies)
Percocet concern
Mar 3, 2008
... was no good and that I did not need to be taking it. ... (11 replies)
... mg. I was put on duragesic 25 mg pain patch last June at 10 months. Then in Nov at 15 months, the dr. increased it up to 50mcg patch since I was taking up to 6 Norco per day with the 25 patch and not getting enough pain relief. ... (12 replies)
Hey shoreline
Jul 3, 2003
... Hey Cowboy, Sounds like your doing all you can. I think telling him you had some extra Vics from the surgery that you needed to use is no big deal. If they work he can prescribe Norco which has the least amount of tylenol of all the Hydro meds. ... (1 replies)
... Assuming there is no infection..... ... (5 replies)
... Most PM doctors want a patient to give a new medication a month before deciding that it is working or not since even with immediate release medications, it does take a little time to build up a blood plasma level. ... (8 replies)
... Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I leave this coming Tuesday to fly back up to meet with my doctor on Wednesday. ... (5 replies)
... tucked away for a really bad flareup day... That way im not swallowing tylenol on a daily basis. I just dont want to rot my liver out by the time im 39. Im just hoping as we all head into the summer months things calm down for all of us. ... (13 replies)
... but I was in a room with another man who had only one knee done, was not opioid dependent, and the initial protocol was the same, e.g. ... (27 replies)

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