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Prescription Pain Medicine That Starts With The Letter N

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I am going through therapy for my back and need spine surgery. I have been taking percocet for the past year now and my Dr wants to change my medication. He suggested something that starts with the letter N but didnt spell it right for me. Does anyone know of pain medication that starts with that letter. Not Naproxen, it's not an anti inflammitory

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Britney Says:
 
pain medication

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Bobby Says:
 
its suppose to be for nerves

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Steve Says:
 
probaly Neurontin which is used to ease nerve pain.

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Tj Says:
 
Maybe norco or narco

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Verwon Says:
 
Those would be my best guesses, as well, since they are both used to treat pain, just in different ways.

Neurontin is an anticonvulsant that's also been shown to help with nerve pain, it contains the active ingredient Gabapentin.

And Norco contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so it's a narcotic pain reliever.

Which one did it turn out to be? Or were we all way off base?

You can learn more Neurontin details here and there are more Norco details available here.

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Darwinski Says:
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Nucynta

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