Is Tussi 12 A Narcotic

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tussionex ext rel sus medeva qty 120
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Does this medicine have real codeine or synthetic? I am allergic to the real stuff but I can take meds like vicodin & darvocet. ## Tussionex contains Chlorpheniramine and Hydrocodone, the same narcotic as that in Vicodin, so no, it doesn't contain regular Codeine. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more on this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## How long does tussinex extended release show in urine ## Diana, Since it is a sustained release formulation the standard 72-96 hours could be an additional 36-48 hours. These are only hypothetical. Folks have cleared in as little as 60 hours while others showed positive after 8 days so it's all relative. There are far too many metabolic variables so even... ...
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Wed, May 17 '17, 1:33 PM
high cost tussionex
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My prescription was for tussionex 60z bottle. I got the generic and have medicare Part D and it cost $ 135.00. Does it cost that much everywhere ? I've had 2 surgeries for lung cancer and get pneumonia often. This is the only cough medicine that actually works and only have to take it every 12 hours. It has been on the market for a long time. Why is it so expensive ? ## Hello, Mellencamp! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having. Unfortunately, I have no listing of the prices that I can check for you. Have you tried asking at other pharmacies in your area? It can vary from one to other, but if there's a shortage, the price might be high everywhere. One of the ingredients in it is Hydrocodone, which is a narcotic controlled substance and shortages ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tussionex.
Sun, Apr 05 '15, 4:28 PM

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