Tylenol 3 And Norco 5/325

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JJ Says:
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Hi, I started the Tylenol 3 because I feel jittery on Norco 5/325. I've found it is mild, but better to take for pain while I'm at work. Is it okay to take one tab twice a day of Tylenol 3, then in early evening take one 5/325 Norco? The Norco works better for the pain, but don't want to take that at work.


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Knowmydrugs Says:
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Yes. Do not take more than 8 of either pill in a 24 hour period due to Tylenol content and put 4-6 hours between your last codeine dose and the norco to be safe.

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Verwon Says:

What has your doctor advised you to take? That is really the deciding factor.

The FDA warns that both of these medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth.



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billtinsf Says:

My PC doc couldn't figure out why I was feeling jittery for a year, and we went over all my meds. One day when I got my hydro refilled, my regular pharmacy was closed and went to another. After a few weeks, I was feeling much better, and realized it was the manufacturer . I take the white oval with 176 imprinted on the front. I hope this helps, and would appreciate knowing if you also find this the case....good luck!

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