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Boss Hogg Says:

would like to be notified when a new pain drug hits the market,

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, this site doesn't do any services like that, other than our site newsletter, which sometimes includes information on various new medications that have been approved.

What are you currently taking and what specific type of analgesic information are you looking for?


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derrick Says:

yea theres one out now just saw pamplet at my doc office i think the name is eloxen or something its a delotin once a day want to know if any one has tried it cause im gonna get it next month 240 mg once a day just wanted to know if it works for the pain cause i hate takeing all these pills but cant function without just got sezuire under control thanks

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sara Says:
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ZoHydro is a relatively new ER hydrocodone.
No acetaminophen.

Right now it is being reserved for terminal patients due to the addiction potential.

I'm thinking pain management doctors will begin to use it otherwise within a year or two.

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