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## just wanting to know info ## What are the ingredients of this pill please respond asap ## Did you perhaps mean Dilaudid? This is Hydromorphone, a very strong narcotic analgesic. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Apr 28 '06, 6:11 AM
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Updated 8 years ago.
Thu, May 07 '09, 8:17 PM
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Can you take diladas while taking Subutex for pain ? ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, which is a very potent narcotic analgesic. Subutex contains the narcotic Buprenorphine. That said, combining them is not recommended unless your doctor has instructed you to do so. Doing so can create more severe side effects, the risk of organ damage and overdose. Some of the common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. You can read more on them here: Has your doctor prescribed both of these? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Subutex.
Fri, Nov 27 '09, 2:25 PM
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8mg pills pictures ## Found a pill of a friend I'm worried there may be a problem ...
Updated 6 months ago.
Sat, Dec 10 '16, 1:45 AM
oxycodone or dilada
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I just returned from the emergency room for a fall i took through the ceiling, and landed on a staircase about 12 foot fall. Anyway they gave me a shot of dilada 2 mg and another several hrs 1 mg the 1 mg had no effect so they gave me 1 more mg. I just returned home with my prescription for oxycocone 5 325. will 1 pill be equilavent to the shot? i dont want to take too much but without the pain relief my stomach and back muscles constrict so bad i cant get a good breath and I dont want to go thru that again while I wait for the pill to take effect. ## The 5mgs in the tablet stands for the amount of Oxycodone and the 325mgs is the amount of Acetaminophen. Oxycodone is a very strong narcotic pain reliever, so taking more than recommended could be very dangerous. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Nov 21 '08, 7:41 AM
picture of 8mg diladad
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54 over 403 ## I cannot post a picture due to copyrght issues, however, I can confirm for you that an off-white, round pill with this marking does contain 8mgs of Hydromorphone, a generic for Dilaudid. This is a very potent narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Wed, Jan 27 '10, 4:20 PM
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I have a new prescription for diladad 8 mg. Pharmacies won't fill as I don't have history.. But I have arthritis . continuing pain. ## I was told in Melbourne Florida at the publix stores up there. ....i am having trouble here in Miami. ....i was filling them at a spanish pharmacy but they cut half their people due to overload so i am looking again...my first month having trouble. ...it looks like i will be going to Melbourne Florida ## I just left Florida for this reason. I couldn't get norco ever month and they had me on file getting it AND when they order, which is only during once weekly group orders, it takes close to a week. Basically they'll fill it IF you show patience to wait a week. Florida is the worst state for any narcotic. I was filling norco, oxy and dilau... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, May 22 '15, 11:02 PM
Dilata 8
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are they a solid white pill? ## A legal Dilaudid tablet from a U.S. approved source would have an imprint on the tablet. Some are white, but they all have markings and that is the only way to positively identify them. Are there any markings on the tablet in question? Concor AM contains Amlodipine and Bisoprolol, it is used to treat cardiovascular diseases such as high blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/muscle aches. ## I would like the information on 8mg Dilada pills. Thank you ...
Updated 6 years ago in Dilaudid.
Thu, Nov 11 '10, 9:11 PM
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What is klophen? Is it another name for dilada? How can it show up in your urine when you haven't taken it in 3 years? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, May 08 '15, 2:38 PM
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HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR HYDROMORPHONE OR DILADA TO GET OUT OF YOUR SYSTEM IF YOU HAD ONLY TAKEN ONE 8 MG TABLET ## Hydromorphone is the active ingredient in Dialudid and, like most other narcotics, it is detectable in a standard urine test for approximately 4 to 5 days, after last dosing. Learn more Dilaudid details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## no thank you but maybe in the future ## is it an opiate ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Wed, Feb 20 '13, 6:29 PM
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HOW LONG DOES HYDROMORPHONE OR DILADA STAY IN YOUR SYSTEM? ## Dilaudid, which contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, can be detected in a standard urine test for approximately 4 to 5 days, after last dosing. Learn more Dilaudid details here. Are there any other questions? ## If you only take one hydromorphone 2 mg. how lond will it take to go out of your system? ## Does the administration of Narcan cause a tox screen (blood) to show negative for the narcotic ingested? ## I took an 5 mg Dilaudid and I have been called in for a random urine screen at my methadone clinic. I am freaking. I took it on Tuesday evening, and I have to go to my clinic on Thursday by 11 am......I know that the standard is 4-5 days, but I know in the past I have passed many other screenings just by overload... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Sat, Jun 07 '14, 2:38 PM

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