What Strength Does Norco Come In

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Hydrocodone Besides Vicodin What Other Names Does Drug Go By
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I was perscribed vicodin 750 es and then norco was told they were same and also available under other names. Is this true, and what other names do they come in? ## Yes, both Vicodin and Norco contain Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone as the active ingredients. Another name it is sold under would be Lortab and it is also available as a generic, so that would be listed as just the active ingredients. There are also a few different dosage strengths available. Learn more Vicodin details here. What you were first prescribed, Vicodin ES means an extra strength formulation of Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone and the larger number, like the 750 you listed is the amount of Acetaminophen in them. It helps the narcotic to work better. The Hydrocodone itself is only available up to a maximum of 10mgs. Is ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Sep 13 '12, 10:29 AM
8 norco 10 325 to fentanyl 62.5 patch
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Do I put patch on and continue to take my norco till the fentanyl patch gets in to my system at full strength? I take two nor ps 10-325 every 6 hrs and they wear off at 4-5 hrs so pain comes on strong. I've read that it takes 12 to 24 hours for fentanyl to reach its peak so till it kicks it will I be safe to take reg dose of norco? Do not want to go to sleep and not wake up! Scary ## It would be best to be cautious and check with your doctor, before taking the Norco with the patch, since there can be some risk of increased sedation or overdose. However, in most cases it is prescribe that way, the time released patch is meant to control most of your pain, then a regular release medication is prescribed for breakthrough pain. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic,... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Norco.
Sun, Aug 30 '15, 7:45 AM
hydrocodone 7.5 325
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What is the difference between hydocodone 7.5 325 and norco I understand norco has a lesser strength. Both are generic for vicadin so why would a dr change it from hydrocodone to norco if its exactly the same thing. Iget a different result from norco but not hydrocodone. why is that. I cant take norco. dont make sense to me. I have chronic pain. Why would a dr change it to norco if exact the same thing. Can you explain this to me please? Thank you kindly ## Hi Rosee, Just to confirm, Hydrocodone 7.5/325 ALSO CONTAINS "ACETAMINOPHEN". That's where the 325mg comes into play on the label. So to be clear, it contains 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone + 325mgs of Acetaminophen. A few other pointers I want to touch on in response to some statements made in your post: - Norco is simply a brand... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Feb 23 '15, 3:18 PM

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