1 Tsp Of Hydrocodone-apap Liquid Equal To What Mg Wise?

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Hi I am wondering with Liquid Hydrocodone-Apap Solution how much one teaspoon is equivalent to ...I mean is it like a 5mg pill? or what? Thanx



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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but since you didn't state the dosage of the liquid, I cannot answer your question, the liquid comes in varying dosages as well, so it will depend on that.

This is a powerful narcotic pain reliever containing Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone.

Please post back with the dosage information for the liquid and I will gladly look up this information for you.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen+%2B+Hydrocodone/­

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angel Says:

How much is 360 ml hydrocodone liqued/5ml equal to the pill?

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jessika Says:

I have Loratab 7.5 liquid it says to take 5ml every four hours... is this equal to takin a 7.5 pill or how many ml does it take to be equal to the pill

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Sissy Says:
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My 8 yr old was give liquid 7.5 hydrocodone from his tonsil and aoutnoids surgery.. they won't him to take 10cc which is 2 tsp every 4hours for pain... I'm scared I believe it is to strong for him... it this safe

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Lo Ren Says:
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Hello. My name is Lorenzo. I've been prescribed Hydrocodone 15mL in liquid form. Is 15mL equal to 10mg or 15mgs???

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Oeyenee Says:
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Today is 1/4/18 and I actually needed an answer yesterday. My 7 yr old daughter just had her tonsils and adenoids removed. It was a rough procedure and she needed to be admitted. When she came home 2 days later, they sent home medication with her. One of the pain medications was 6.5 mL of Hydrocodone-apap 7.5-325/15mL every 4 hours. No matter how I gave it to her she vomited. It was flavored, refrigerated, mixed in with a little ice chips, or mixed with apple sauce to name a few ways we tried it and about 10 minutes afterwards it came out with a vengeance. Finally I found a way she could handle it and she has been on it for 4 days and is now out. Last night was just horrible. She woke up at 1 am. out of a sound sleep, crying, shaking, holding her throat, coughing and hurting to the point that she was twisting her hands and contorting different parts of her body because she was unable to deal with the agony. The Dr. will not give her even a few more doses of Hydrocodone even though they tell me days 5, 6 & 7 post surgery are the worst and most painful. She is short on the pain meds because she vomited them up so many times in the beginning. I'm telling you this whole story and taking up your time, I'm sorry, but I'm explaining why I am going to give her pill form if this happens again like last night and need to know what dosage to give her. I've called the doctor's office 5 times in the past two days to try and get her some help but they say continue on with the Motrin. The Motrin/Tylenol may have been enough if the surgery was normal but there were problems as I stated at the beginning. Please let me know what the dosage would be in pill form. Much appreciation for your help.

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Jacqueline Says:
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I get Norco 10/325, 90 pills a month, but have difficulty swallowing, so how much would that be in liquid 2 473 bottles? Or 1 one pint bottle? To equal the same amount a month in liquid form instead of pill form?

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