Hydrocodone Apap 7 5mg 500mg 15ml What Is The Dosage Of This For A 33 Year Old Male 210 Ibs

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I have chronic back pain cronic nerve damage at l4 and
And I wasn't to know what is the dosage for me to take for pain on a 1- 10 pain level I'm currently at an 9



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Verwon Says:

What has your doctor told you to take?

These types of medications are usually taken once, every 4 to 6 hours, as needed for pain, but due to the Acetaminophen, you should not exceed 8 doses in a day.

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