Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 5 325 (Thread 234222)

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mrm Says:
what is the suggested dosage for Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 5 325?

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Verwon Says:
The recommended dosing is usually 1 to 2 tablets, every 4 to 6 hours as needed for pain, not to exceed 8 tablets in a day.

Learn more Vicodin details here.

However, there are other factors that can play a role in how much is right for you, such as other medications you are taking and any other medical conditions you may have.

Thus, you should follow any instructions provided by your doctor, or pharmacy.

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Rochelle Oteri Says:
Is Vicodin in this drug? My physician perscribed this drug above. I had an IS joint injection and now suffer with nerve pain. I don't like how I feel on this drug. How does it differ from this drug-Hydrocodone Ascomp with Codine 5/300mg? This drug is a capsule yellow/blue imprint 3604V? The drug my doctor gave me is a white oval shape with orange specks 5/325mg. This leaves me with back spams, a tight, stiff feeling and dizziness. My son who has a similar injury is taken Hydrocodone Ascomp. I tried this capsule and I did not have the problem I'm having with Hydrocodone-Actaminophen 5/325 What is the difference between these 2 drugs?

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Ralph Says:
Is this stronger than Hydrocodone/APAP 5MG/500/MG

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marie Says:
how long before it starts working

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Tim Says:
Can I take Tums or Rolaids with Hydrocodone 5-325 mg

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BOB Says:
what happens when you drink alcohol with it

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