Hydrocodone 5/325 And Nausea

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Mary Says:
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I'm taking 2 tablets every 6 hours for a trapeziectomy performed yesterday. I'm taking them with food but still feel very nauseated. Can I take Emetrol for the nausea? I also notice when I urinate it's a small stream and not that much. I am 61 and female. Please advise...



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Verwon Says:

Nausea can be a normal side effect of this medication, according to FDA reports. You may also experience dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation.

Give that you have just had a medical procedure, it would best to not take anything, without your doctor's approval.

Has there been any change?

Are you still having trouble urinating?

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