Allergic To Codeine What Pain Medication Can I Take

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what can you take if are allergic to codeine and hydrocodone?
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My son is allergic to both of these meds and he has been prescribed Tramadol for pain. I am unable to find if this drug is related to either and what to look for. ## Hello, Mari! How is your son? No, Tramadol is actually only very distantly related to narcotics, it isn't even really considered to be one. But you should double check the information to be certain. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Trammodol is an opiate. I too am allergic ## Doctor: uh man I guess we have no choice but to give him oxycontin or dilaudid. I'm guessing he's allergic to nsaids too. ## Verwon: Tramadol (Ultram) is an OPIOID... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Codeine.
Wed, Jul 05 '17, 3:30 AM
Can I take Codeine if I am allergic to Morphine?
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I want to take codeine but am allergic to morphine and I've heard that they are similar drugs. So I want to know if this is true, and if so, could I possibly die from that sort of reaction? ## Codeine and Morphine are two different drugs, but they are both opiate pain killers. Furthermore, when your body metabolizes the Codeine, it is converted into Morphine. In some patients, this may result in lethal blood levels ... Some people may have allergic reactions to codeine, such as the swelling of skin and rashes ... A potentially serious adverse drug reaction, as with other opioids, is respiratory depression. [1] You may very well be at risk of an allergic reaction and should work closely with your doctor to ensure that it would be safe to take. I hope this helps! Can you write back an... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Codeine.
Sat, Feb 18 '17, 4:17 PM
allergic to codeine and sulfa
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What pain meds can I use for joint pain? ## I'm allergic to codine and sulfa drugs. What can I take for lower back pain as well as all other joints. ## Hello, Binky! How are you? Only your doctor can prescribe an appropriate medication. However, there are quite a few options ranging from nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, like Meloxicam, to other opiates, such as Oxycodone or Dilaudid. As listed by the FDA, the NSAID are approved to treat pain, fever and swelling, so some people with joint pain do well with them. Their typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. Opiates are used to treat pain, they carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mou... ...
Updated 25 days ago in Codeine.
Sun, Jul 23 '17, 9:42 PM
what can you take if I am allergic to morphine and ulram
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I am allergic to morphine & ultram is there other pain meds I can take ## Hello, Tater! How are you? I'm sorry about your allergies. Yes, there are quite a few others that are also potent opiates, including Oxycodone, Dilaudid, Opana, Fentanyl and Codeine. The FDA lists these as being narcotic analgesics, so they have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Those are a couple of options you can discuss with your doctor. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Dec 29 '14, 3:03 PM
Can I Take It?
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Am I Able To Take Codeine #3, If I'm Allergic To Penicillin&Amox? And Am I Able To Take Naproxen ? ( Seperatly ) ## Yes. Codiene # 3 is Codeine 30 mg/Acetaminophen 325 mg and is used for pain relief. Naproxen is an nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used to reduce inflammation and lower fever. Penicillin and amoxicillin are antibotics and are used to treat infections. Being allergic to Penicillin and amoxicillin has nothing to do with Codiene # 3 and narpoxen. ## Codeine #3 IS NOT 30mg of codeine. That is actually called Tylenol #3 with codeine. Please be careful what you read on here! Codeine comes in 2.5, 5, 7 mg, etc. This reply was shocking to read,v and I hope that wasn't an actual doctor replying. ## I believe the person who said Codeine 3 meant Tylenol... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Codeine.
Mon, Jan 04 '16, 10:23 PM
what meds can i take for mixed connective tissue disease
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I have SLE, Mixed Connective Tissue Disease, Scleraderma, Raynauds, Achalasia, Brain Tumour, Peripheral Nueropathy and Emphysema, and now it's affecting my heart. The only pain killer I am taking is Panadol Osteo because I'm allergic to morphine, codeine etc. The docs are also passing me back and forth like a hot potato. I know my diseases make it difficult for them to deal with (no picnic for me either) and I understand that very little research has been done on one person having so many rare conditions but I just want the truth and more importantly just a sign that maybe they care. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Panadol.
Tue, Jul 04 '17, 12:47 AM
does motrin have codeine it
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I need to know if motrin 800 has codeine in it? I need to take medicine but am allergic to codeine. ## The FDA lists Motrin 800 as containing 800mgs of Ibuprofen, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever, and swelling. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Motrin.
Mon, May 29 '17, 7:58 PM
A.C.&C. 8mg tablets with codeine
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pain medication ## gray caplet with light blue capsule end with L imprint and dark blue capsule cover with 6 imprinted ## What do A.C.&C from 2007 or now look like?I obtained a bottle if A.C.&C pills sold OTC in Canada from a friend who thought they contained acetaminophen as the main ingredient.Bottle says its aspirin not acetaminophen as the main&contains caffeine and codeine which I knew were the other ingredients.Here's my Conflict:( The picture of the pills on the front has a single line&no other markings.The pills in the bottle do not match the picture on the bottle&He thought they were acetaminophen, caffeine&8 mg codeine searching for answers because I'm allergic to Celebrex which is similar to aspirin. Can anyone help me please? ## Codeine is a d... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Codeine.
Thu, May 28 '15, 2:26 PM
oxycodone what's in it??
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Is there codein in Oxycodone?? ## No! The active ingredient in Oxycodone is Oxycodone. It is a narcotic, however, it can cause reactions in people who are allergic to Codeine. ## oxycodone is a opiod pain reliever made of thesbian and codien which come or made out of the root of the poppy plant and man made compounds similiar to herion variety. PS I'm not the worlds greatest speller , but I took this out of the PDR,R.M. , NJ ## Oxycodone has nothing to do with codeine. It is actually derived from morphine. Codeine is an anti-tussive and has very little analgesic effects. ## ray. i have ben taking oxycodone for 10yrs i have bad back pine i dont like tham but want can do i do. ## Has anybody heard of oxycodein, is it the same as oxycodone? A friend gave me one for back pain one Sunday... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Nov 19 '11, 1:20 PM
yellow round pain killer
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when my mom had her appendix out, the dr. gave her a round, yellow pain reliever that started with an N. She is in extreme pain now, and the dr's office said it will take 5 days to get her records out of storage from 2010. It was not a codone, oxi, or anything of that nature because she is allergic to codeine. I want to say it as "nu" something. Does anyone know of a yellow, round pain reliever of this sort? Thank you. ## Hello, Kdex! How are you? There is a round, yellow Nucynta tablet that contains the narcotic Tapentadol and it would have been around at that time, since it was approved in 2008. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Can you che... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Codeine.
Tue, Apr 22 '14, 4:37 PM
Can Tylenol #4 be split safely?
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Doctor prescribed Tylenol #4 for shingles pain. Can Tylenol #4 be split in half? There is too much codeine in a whole one. It makes me light headed and nauseous. ## To the person asking about splitting Tylenol#4 in half as it is making you feel nausea. My advice would be to make sure you're not talking it on an empty stomach, as with most pain medications they should be taken with food, however, always read and follow any prescriptions directions and understand their side effects… I would immediately stop taking the medication and consult your Doctor to insure your not taking any conflicting medications…or try a synthetic pain reliever such as Hydrocodone, as many people are allergic to Codeine. Personally however I think Codeine/tylenol # 3 and #... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Mar 14 '11, 7:33 PM
Winadeine F
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What are the side effects of this drug? ## Common side effects while taking Winadeine (active ingredients 500 mg of Acetaminophen 30 mg of Codeine) can include: constipation, skin rashes, dizziness, sedation, shortness of breath, hypersensitivity reaction, fainting, nausea and/or vomiting, confusion, loss of short-term memory, drowsiness, changes in blood, allergic reactions, euphoria, dysphoria, abdominal pain, pruritus (itching), easy bruising, bleeding gums, and addiction. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Feb 16 '09, 6:37 PM
Mixing Pills
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my wifes in pain due to siotic nerve and herniated disc. shes has a bad reaction to opiates, like instant withdrawl, tramidol, not working,cabapentin , not working. 2ml suboxone, works on pain, bad reaction. question is does the whatever ingredient in cabapentin and suboxone clash? ## She may be allergic to opiates period, I am not a doctor, but I can tell you what my doctor gave me that made me able to tolerate opiates..There was a medication way back in the 1960's until the usless vicodin became popular..It was called synalgos DC and it consisted of dihydrocodeine (Sythetic codeine) aspirin, and promethazine to take away the allergic reaction of the opiate..It's not very popular anymore because of vicodin, but you can get it by having it compounded (Walgreens compounds medicat... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 12 '11, 7:00 PM
soma, carisoprodol
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doctors will not write RX for this anymore I am allergic to Vicodin; codeine all sorts of pain meds Soma always worked for me I sit with extreme pain; nothing works all = depression; never had depression till whole body turned into pain Real, overwhelming pain; can't sleep; cannot eat; nausea from pain ## There are better muscle relaxers than Soma on the market. Many Doctors don't like prescribing Soma as they have had personal experience with this worthless medication. With that said I am lucky my doctor will prescribe it, he is a great man! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soma.
Mon, Oct 26 '15, 11:53 AM
Hydromorph Contin 6mg
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I have been on Hydromorph Contin 6mg for 2yrs for spinal stenosis and disc problems and the doctor gradually has increased the dosage (I take 2 pills in the am and 2 in the pm). The problem is that I have a sensitivity to codeine and morphine and eventually I cannot take the meds anymore. Is there other painkillers I can take that are not derived from codeine or morphine? I have also been on fentnyl patches but am allergic to the glue used on the patch. ## Did the Fentanyl help? Was the problem with it just caused by the allergy to the glue? If so, there is another option, available, it also comes in the form of a lollipop called Actiq. Here's the link to more details on it, so you can decide if it's something you'd like to discuss with your doctor: ## Have you ever tried na... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Codeine.
Mon, Sep 19 '16, 4:52 PM
dic percocet 30 mg NM11
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Small white pill with NM 11 printed on one side and nothing on the back ## I took endocet as prescribed by my Pain Specialist Dr. after dinner and after 30 mins. or so, I began experiencing light headedness, shortness of breath, vomiting, confusion, unusual thoughts... ## Oxycodone will do that to some people, especially if you are not used to taking narcotics or senstive or allergic to some other narcotics such as codeine. Another alternative is that those can also be just regular side effects from taking it and they will seem more acute if you are not used to taking narcotics. Most narcotics will cause shortness of breath, but if you found it truly bothersome, then I would suggest speaking to your doctor so they can prescribe an alternative medication. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Percocet.
Thu, Mar 13 '08, 1:23 PM
Does Soma Contain Aspirin
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I have severe allergies, am particularly allergic to asprin, naproxen sodium and codeine. have been prescribed Carisprodol for arthritis pain and stiffness. Will I be safe taking this medicine? ## No, it does not contain any of those ingredients, Carisoprodol is the sole active ingredient in Soma. It is a muscle relaxant, so it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. You can learn more about it here: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Soma.
Mon, Oct 31 '11, 11:43 AM
nucynta substitute for codeene
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I am allergic to Codeine and was prescribed Nucynta I am still scared to take it without checking. I have a severe itch reaction to codeine that is worse than the pain I am taking it for. To the point I attempt to claw the blood from my veins ## Hello, Jen! How are you? There is no Codeine in it. Nucynta contains the active ingredient Tapentadol. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nucynta.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 6:01 PM
the use of alcohol with acetaminophen
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I'm on T3's and naproxen for my chronic back pain and just found out the implications of the use of alcohol with this medication. I am not an alcoholic, but I do enjoy my beer. I asked my Doctor for a replacement analgesic, but he just canceled my T3's, leaving me only the naproxen, not enough. I'm currently looking for a new Doctor and would appreciate some alternative pain killer suggestions, I'm not allergic to anything, but Im on some anti depresents,buproprion,sertralin, resperidon. ## Your risk is related more to the acetaminophen than the codeine, although your doctor may fear the opiate use more. More people suffered liver failure last year, due to overdoses of acetaminophen than any other single cause, so the risk is real. In any case, 30 mg of codeine is no... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Jan 09 '15, 4:11 PM
Is morphine sulfate pentahydrate synthetic?
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I have been taking morphine sulfate (Statex) and codeine for 20 years without any problems at all. I am extremely intolerant and allergic to medications and in severe pain every day (for 41 years) so being able to tolerate opiates is essential to my survival. The fact they are natural is what allows me to tolerate them. But Statex is on back order so they gave me MS IR this week which is morphine sulfate pentahydrate and it made me very sick. Worse than that, they then gave me some Statex they had been holding out on me and for the first time in 20 years it made me sick as well. I'm terrified the pentahydrate triggered a TILT (toxicant induced loss of tolerance) and MS is close enough to MSP that my virus-ravaged liver is now rejecting MS as well. I've been trying to find out mo... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jun 04 '17, 12:23 AM

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