Inactive Ingredients

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I a'm looking at pain killers and the active incredient is the same but the inactive incredient is different. Will I get the came result from these medicines?



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Verwon Says:

You should, the inactive ingredients are considered by the FDA to have no effect on the efficacy of the medications, that's why they are considered inactive.

There are very are occasions where they cause problems for some people, but this doesn't usually happen.

Have you tried different formulations?

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Ann Says:

Inactive ingredients are extremely important to me as I have known allergies to some of them, specifically corn. Please state whether or not there is any form of corn is in the hydrocodone-acetaminophen 5-325 and what coloring is used? Thank you.

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Martha Says:

PLease beware of inactive ingredients.. They are active in there own right. I have had three eppisodes of swollen lips, tounge and face, shallow breathing and tingling finger tips.. Also Blacking out. we are in search of the deviate-which might be a binder called Crospovidone
Povidone
other name polyvinyl pyrrolidone
Please be careful! I have heard of several people who have had the same reaction as myself. You find it pain medication-Amneal mfg. muscle relaxers-Watson mfg

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Susie Says:

No you will not if the pills are made by KVK Tech Inc. The filler does not transmit the medication to the central nervous system effectively.

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