15mg Hydrocodone Fives Times A Day Verses 30 Mg Mso4 Sa Bid

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Richie Says:
 
Wondering if MD has used an appropiate substitution or not. I also take a full dosing of NSAIDS.

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Verwon Says:
 
Which one was substituted for the other? I'm not quite understanding from the title of your post.

And the most operative question is really....how is the change working for you?

While there are some conversion standards, it is generally more important to individualize it and customize it to the patient and how they respond to a medication, plus their tolerance levels.


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