Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 10 325 Vs 10-650

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Graham Says:


I have a right below the knee amputation due to a land mine that happened in 1968, have never needed pain meds up until 2 to 3 years ago at which time my doc prescribed hydroc/apap 10-650 mg--formerly lortab.Now it has been changed to the same thing only in a 10-325 mg which from what I have been told was due to a change in the law Jan 2014-the 10-650 did a fair job if I oook one every 4 hrs of course the 10-325 do not seem to help very much, have about a 8 out of ten on the pain chart. My wife was given Oxycod/ap 5-325 when she had Cancer surgery, I have taken some of the leftovers and can go 8 to 10 hrs without much pain at all. Can you tell me if they still made this or something equal to it or even the 10-650 lortab that is easily avaviable? Thanks!!1



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BL Says:

The tylenol in all prescription medications was reduced to not more than 325 mg per dose in January 2014. You wives pain medication is stronger than the lortab. That is probably why it worked better longer. You will have to see a dr and the dr will determine what, if anything, you need for pain.

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