Hydrocodone Besides Vicodin What Other Names Does Drug Go By

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layla Says:


I was perscribed vicodin 750 es and then norco was told they were same and also available under other names. Is this true, and what other names do they come in?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, both Vicodin and Norco contain Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone as the active ingredients. Another name it is sold under would be Lortab and it is also available as a generic, so that would be listed as just the active ingredients.

There are also a few different dosage strengths available.

Learn more Vicodin details here.

What you were first prescribed, Vicodin ES means an extra strength formulation of Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone and the larger number, like the 750 you listed is the amount of Acetaminophen in them. It helps the narcotic to work better. The Hydrocodone itself is only available up to a maximum of 10mgs.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Are there other names that soravil is known by? I know it is an OTC organic product for psoriasis. I have Lichen Sclerosis and there is no cure for it. It does resemble psoriasis but it is rare and can turn into cancer. Nothing seems to work. I bought some Metaderm from Amazon and I asked for soravil but none of the lists on the tube said soravil. I wondered what they are calling it. Someone told me it did have soravil in it, but not the name they use on the tube. I would like to know the other name used for soravil.

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