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... Unless you have decided not to take any meds for pain, you could change to a different pain med(tramadol or hydrocodone or Tylenol with codeine would be closest in strength to the Darvon) and then you may not even experience any withdrawl. If you are deciding not to change then titration is definitely your best bet. (13 replies)
... Codeine and hydrocodone are about the same strength.I heard that hydrocodone is given to people who can't take codeine.I found both are very weak pain killers and not much good for chronic or severe pain..... ... (19 replies)
... Darvecet is not methadone, It's in the same class of synthetic opiates as methadone, Levorphanol and Darvon, it has some NMDA blocking ability as do the other synthetics in this class. ... (15 replies)

... It does really depend on the person and their reaction or how their bodies react to a medication that will let you know which is stronger. ... (1 replies)
... I took a nasty fall last Sunday and the pain is only getting here is my dilemma. Sorry it is long... ... (10 replies)
... Okay, I was going over this post with my friend last night so she could see and read for herself what everyone had to say about the meds... ... (19 replies)
... first these charts are generally used in hospitals and Darvocet is not frequently used. Second, the chart says right on it "not recommended. ... (19 replies)
... Hey Debbie, Trying to see if you do not need the meds is a valid option. Many people do that at one time or another to see where they are. With those allergies you are going to be limited at least concerning the lower strength meds. Tramadol may be an answer. I am not sure if you could get a compounding pharmacist to make hydrocodone(different from codeine) without the... (13 replies)
... This all points to the fact that we are all different in how we react to these meds and how well they work for each of us. There are so many variables. ... (9 replies)
... is a synthetic opiate, in the same class of keto opiates as Hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, oxymorphone, natyraly occuring opiates are mmorphine, codeine and heroin "diacetyl morphone. ... (6 replies)
... These are, by and large, very safe drugs. There are a few synthetics like Demerol, and Darvon which have some toxic metabolites you have to worry about in prolonged use, and no sensible doctor would use Demerol long term for that reason. ... (12 replies)
... amatic from one to the other. They all bind to some common receptors but The class of synthetic opiates called Keto opiates "oxycodone,Oxymorphone, Hydromorphone and Hydrocodone" Do bind to receptors that opiates derived drectly from opium like Morphine, codiene and Heroin are very dfifferent from synthetics. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Blaster, with the history of gerds and recent surgery, I still think mixng NSAIDS is a bad idea. ... (4 replies)
... I took Neurontin before my last surgery and it did help me. The worse side effect I had was sexual, makes sense, deadens the nerves. ... (11 replies)
... Vicodin,Lortab, Lorcet, Darvon, Percocet,Darvocet, Norco, Ultram, and then OxyContin. ... (0 replies)
... Hey guys, Methadone and Heroin are not related in any way other than meth is an Opioid and Heroin is an Opiate, meaning derived from opium, Opioids are all synthetic, Meth is no more synthetic heroin than oxycodone or hydromorphone. ... (15 replies)
Question on meds
Jul 23, 2004
... Actually OxyContn is Oxycodone and MSContin is morphine. There are several distinct classes of opiates and opiods. Opioids are derived from the extract of opium, the opioids are Morphine, codeine and Heroin. ... (7 replies)
... MIGHT start getting HYDROCODONE in various doses. ... (11 replies)
... rmal side effect of most opiates which is an increase in inner cranial presure. Morphine is probably the worst but it's non synthetic like codeine. Both morphine and codeine are derived from opiun, now it's synthetically produced but extracting coedien and morphine and heroin were the first opiates available formedical use. ... (2 replies)
... There are also other types of pain killers that your doctor might be able to give you. Just call the doctor's office and explain your predicament. They will find something else you can take. ... (8 replies)

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