Dilaudid And Tylenol

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Jb Says:

I have cancer and was prescribed to take 3 pills every three hours. By mistake I took 4 pills thinking they were 1 mg and they are 2 mg. Is there anything I can do to delete the dosages?

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Jackie Says:

This medication is hydromorphone

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Verwon Says:

You can't delete a dosage, only time will take care of that.

That's not an inordinately high dosage, but if you aren't opiate tolerant, it could cause problems or overdose.

Did you suffer any ill effects?

The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

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Scott Says:
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You should be just fine even though you lack any real tolerance. You have not ingested enough to cause any type of overdose. You may feel slightly woozy. Just stay on the couch or a comfortable chair, etc. until time for your next dose. If you are concerned about a proper count simply take one fewer next time your due for a dosage. I take 5 8mg tablets, in addition to a large amount of Fentanyl daily, thus I feel pretty confident in my assessment. I truly believe you have nothing at all to worry about. That being said, should you feel overwhelmed by dizziness or the urge to vomit, please don't hesitate to ask for help. People do make mistakes while taking medication and, in any case, it's better to be safe than sorry.

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Janis Says:

I find extra strength Tylenol gives me more pain relief than 1mg dilaudid. Is this common?

What is the 1 mg dilaudid equivalent to extra strength tylenol?

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