Accidental Overdose Of Norco

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I took too many Norcos on accident in the morning. Am I ok now as far as od'ing? I took several 10/325 tablets.



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Susie Says:

Can you die from Norco withdrawal?

I almost did. If I didn't believe in the Lord, heaven and hell, I would have just died. That's how sick I am, cause I was given placebos from Walgreens. They are being sued now. I'm ready to go to court. I took a drug panel and it's not in my system.

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VerFree Says:

To the original poster, how did that happen? Did you mix it up with a different medication?

The biggest danger there is possibly overdosing on the Acetaminophen, which you can read about on Medline Plus. You have to be extremely careful not to exceed 1,000mgs of it per dose, or 3,000mgs per day. An Acetaminophen overdose can be fatal, if not treated immediately, and successfully.

Susie, if you were on a standard dose as prescribed by your doctor, then no, it is not likely you would die from the withdrawal, though the withdrawal symptoms can be very uncomfortable, the danger is more pronounced when someone has been taking very high amounts of the drug for a long period of time.

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