Vicodin Hp (Thread 172845)

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Large white football shape with a V on one side & 3598 on the other. Looks differ than my usual pills.

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nenene123 Says:

Yes, this is something called Vicodin HP. It has 10mg of hydrocodone and an odd amount of acetaminophen...660mg. It was designed to be taken at bedtime only. Noone has really understood complete reasoning behind it. is a schedule III narcotic medication that can be addictive. It can cause marked drowsiness, dizzines, constipation, euphoria, blurry vision. Of course, per usual, alcohol can intensify these things greatly.

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Verwon Says:

This is also the highest amount of Hydro that you can get in these pills, so if taken by someone who doesn't have a tolerance already built up to it, it can have adverse affects, some people have suffered severe respiratory depression, which all narcotics can cause, amd ended up dead or in a coma on just one or two pills.

The Acetaminophen dosage here is also not a good idea for everyone as it wreaks havoc on your stomach, kidneys, and liver.

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Verwon Says:

Sorry nenene, just adding what you were thinking of but didn't type out! LOL!

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nenene123 Says:

I guess I wasn't really thinking that because hydrocodone is my medicaion of choice when it comes to my lupus and fibromyalgia pain. I take two of the 10mg/325mg or 500mg; my tolerance is probably already built up.

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Leslye Says:

I have Interstitial Cystitis & Fibromyalgia. I take Vicodin HP along with MANY other meds. My pharmacy must have changed their supplier. My pills usually look different. They have made errors before just making sure there was No error this time. This is a Great site, you are very helpful. Thanks A Bunch!

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nenene Says:

I find it is always wise to check. I don't take any medication anymore without verifying what it is.

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Verwon Says:

Yep, always wise to double check, so you did the smart thing Leslye. Several times they have missed catching a potentially dangerous drug that was prescribed to my husband and didn't mix with his other meds, if I hadn't check them myself, he would have been in serious trouble, perhaps dead as some of the reactions were severe.

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