I Work My Day Shift An For 126 Hydrocodones Makes Me Sleepy And Have Chronic Back Pain Would 7 5 325 Help

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For chronic back pain, I been taking. 126 hydrocodone which makes me sleepy, ware. M 357 didnot. Would. 7.325 be as good as. M 357? My point is, 7.325 strong?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, London! How are you?

How long have you been taking the ones with the 126 marking? They do have a lower amount of Acetaminophen in them, than the others that you were taking. Thus, your tiredness could actually be due to some slight withdrawal effects, since they aren't as potent and it may take a couple weeks for your body to adjust.

This is 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.

However, if it is causing you a severe problem, then please consult your doctor as you may need a dosage adjustment.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Roger Says:

I'm assuming you're talking about currently taking 5mg of hydro. Why would a stronger one make a difference? I take 6 7.5 a day. I'm in the beyond 50, more like 60 age group so I've taken drugs a long time. Plus, it doesn't really matter if you lower the mg, it's the drug that comes up in a UA, not when you last took it and how strong was the dosage of each pill and how many pills.

Please don't kill the messenger.

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