Hydrocodone 5/acetaminophen 500mg Tab

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robert palmatier Says:
usage and side affects of other drugs43c

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Barbara Says:
I have some Hydrocodine 5/acetaminophen that my husband took after he had surgery. Is it alright for me to take one for hip pain which my doctor told me it was due to arthritis. I don't take any other medicine except prempro and calcium pill once a day. I am female and 60 years old.

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don Says:
What effect, if any, does Hydrocodone 5/Acetaminophen 500 MG tabs have upon my liver. It is prescribed for rheumatoid arthritis.

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Bob Says:
I am having hand surgery in 7 days, I was told not to take Aspirn, or other medication that have blood thinners in them.
Is Hydrocodone5/acetaminophen, pill marked m357, Ok to take for my musle spasams before my surgery.

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alfred Says:
afraid of strong side effects, can I brake hydrocodone Acetaminophen 5-500 in 2 parts?

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Roger Chase Says:
I'm not to crazy about the acetaminophe part.
Why can't they use advil because it's easier on kidneys and liver

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Sissy Says:
I am getting injections in my neck in 3 days. I was prescribed Hydrocodon-Aceta 5-325 for the neck pain. I've been told to stop blood thinners 5 days prior to my procedure. Does that include the hydrocodon or Zertec?

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