Can You Take Oxycodone 4 Hours After Hydrocodone

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tina Says:


CAN YOU TAKE HYDROCODONE 5/325 4 HOURS AFTER OXYCODONE 7.5/325



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David Says:

Hi Tina,

It looks like you posted two different questions in your thread title and description.

- Can you take oxycodone 4 hours after hydrocodone?

My intuitive answer to this question would be yes. However, there are a number of variables that could change my mind. 1) being if you have a low tolerance to pain meds, oxycodone might feel like an overwhelming jump compared to an even lower dose of hydrocodone. Perhaps triggering certain side effects or acutely overdosing. So before experimenting I'd encourage you to inform your doctor first just to be on the safe side.

- Can you take hydrocodone 4 hours after oxycodone?

Since hydrocodone is arguably the weaker of the two and because it's being taken in a lower dose, I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to administer it 4 hours after oxycodone, provided that this is your usual prescribed time frame for dosing.

If anyone else has different thoughts on the matter, please feel free to chime in and share your opinion.

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Shyanne Says:
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David I see you say it safe to take hydrocodone for hours if you take oxycodone so is it safe to take hydrocodone 19 hours after you take oxycodone

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Tammy Says:
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This is tammy I took a hafe of a Norco yellow is it safe to take a hafe of a oxycodone 4 hours after the Norco was needing to know cause I burned my hand and I'm in pain I just didn't want to mix the two together

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Tiffany Says:

Can I take an Oxycodone 10 mg / 325 mg 4 hours after I took a hydrocodone 325 mg

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