Hydrocodone Different Or Same???

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Is (1) hydrocodone-acetaminophen soln 7.5-500 the same as (2) hydroco/apap 7.5-500 sol (says qualitest on bottle)? The first one made me drowsy but I went to a different pharmacy for the other and it didn't have the same effect on me why is that?



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Verwon Says:

The information you've posted denotes them as both being the same, especially if the manufacturer was the same for both.

I'm not sure why one would make you drowsy and one wouldn't, perhaps in between your body just got a bit more used to the narcotic ingredient, Hydrocodone.

Learn more Hydrocodone details here.

Side effects, such as the drowsiness, normally only last for a few weeks as your body is getting used to a medication, then they tend to taper off in severity, until they disappear entirely.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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