Darvocet - 5112 V

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Bob Says:

What is in Darvocet "5112 V"? Is it as effective as Vicodin 750?

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Roy Says:

5112V is a generic Darvocet, which contains Acetaminophen 650mg + Propoxyphene 100 mg. It is a narcotic pain reliever, but is different from Vicodin because it contains Propoxyphene instead of Hydrocodone. The Vicodin 750 which you are talking about contains Acetaminophen 750 mg + Hydrocodone 7.5 mg. Ultimately everyone responds differently to medications, so please be sure to check in with your doctor or pharmacist regarding which one they recommend for you. Do you have any other questions?

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Loriann Says:

How long does darvocet stay in your system? Is it good for rhumetoid arthritis when due to ulcer & unable to take meds made for this painful condition?

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alia 510 Says:

Is darvocet stronger than tramadol?

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jackal Says:

I want to add that Darvocet, for my bad neuropathy and Lumbar nerve damage, has been a huge help. I was taking tramadol, then Vicoprofen, and now the Darvocet. It is just a much better medication as it seems to address pain in various areas of the body (as I have several injured areas) in a congruent manner--whole body feels better as opposed to the Vicoprofen not making my body as whole feel better. I can't explain, but it works for me.

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