Is There A 15 Mg Hydrocodone Pill

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paul Says:
i take norco 10/325 and wonder is there a stronger hydrocodone pill such as 15/325

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Verwon Says:
No, the maximum amount currently available on the market is 10mgs of Hydrocodone. The only way to get a higher dosage than that is if your doctor specially orders it and it is put together for you by a compounding pharmacy.

Hydrocodone is a potent narcotic and is rarely given in higher doses. Usually, when someone isn't getting the pain relief they need from it, they move on to something else, such as Percocet, which contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone.

It is still a narcotic and can cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

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greg Says:
Try not to go up to percet. I went to percet 10/325 from norco 10/325. They take over your life. Im now back on norco.

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Irish Says:
I just want to warn people not to advance to oxycontin if you do not HAVE takes over your did mine for 10 i am alive again...oxy caused SEVERE depression and withdrawal from society. This is my personal opinion only.

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Joretta Says:
I have Osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, and several other medical problems.
I am on a 30 mg Morphine twice a day as well as 15 mg of the same, however there time released.
I went from 15 mg Oxycontin to these morphine.
I feel like the codeine worked better than these higher potency medications.
What is a suggestion. I certainly agree with the other's comments.

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RLW Says:
You may want to try a different medication without the acetaminophen; one med. is Clonitazene, which is 3 times the strength of what you're taking and has no 'extra ingredient'. So, unless you need the added stuff, take a med. without it.
Another option is Morphine Sulfate 10 - 30 mg. IR tablets, they work quick and well.

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BL Says:
A Clinical Trial is currently being conducted for 30 mgs and 90 mgs Extended Release Hydrocodone. And other are completed. You can get info at put extended release hydrcocodone in the search box

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Get Real Says:
Because of all the abusers, the DEA is seriously considering making hydrocodone a class II narcotic like oxycodone. Technically it is already a class II sold by itself, but in the US you can't get it without an additive such as APAP, ibuprofen, guiafensin, etc.

Hydrocodone is just as addictive as oxycodone. Oxycodone is 1.5x stronger than hydrocodone. 10 mg of hydrocodone is stronger than 5mg of oxycodone and almost the same as 7.5 mg. The main difference is you can get oxy without any additives which is the main reason it is already classified as a class II narcotic.

I wonder how many deaths there are a year from non opioid tolerant people taking an 80 mg oxycontin or even worse, several oxycontin 30mg tablets.

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So glad to hear you took back control of yourself NOT too many people are willing let alone able to before they OD

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Rob Says:
Not that I'm aware of. The next 'step' is either Oxycodone or Oxycontin, low mg. tablets are available. I've had 3 spinal surgeries over the past 16 yrs., and I've been taking most every pain med. at one time or another; the pain today is much less than even 5 years ago. Good luck; God bless you.....heal your pain.

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Snake Says:
Look Up Zohydro its an extended release Hydrocodone under severe scrutiny at the moment I couldn't find the dosage anywhere online but should be interesting to search it out.

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BL Says:
Zohydro ER (hydrocodone bitartrate extended-release capsule) will come in 15 mg. The FDA approved it at the end of Oct 2013 and it should be on the market in 2014. It is a Schedule II, Not tamper resistant and is to be prescribed for severe pain.

The FDA will ask DHH to make all combination hydrocodone products a Schedule II in Dec 2013, then DHH will ask the DEA. Federal Laws will be changed and it will go in to effect sometimes in 2014.

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Drs didittous Says:
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You are right pain medication takes over the mind and people think there is no way they can go day to day without taking it. Depression anxiety cold sweat diarrhea. The opiates control the mind using toxins. The brain wants the toxins or body tends to discharge anything that is not opiate during the withdrawal stage. These medicines should be given out with more care then they are. It's impossible to not become dependent on pills after taking them for a period of time.

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Jimmy Says:
Hydrocodone 10/325 is beginning to not work on my degenative disk disease mostly in the L4 and L5 area. I've tried one prescription of Oxy 10/325 and it didn't seem to work as well as the Norco yet cost 4 times as much. I returned to the Norcobut still have pain most of the time.
Other than injections , I have no idea what to do as I consider surgery out of the question.

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I was taking lortab and my new doctor switched me over to percocet and it was the worst mistake of my life. I'm switching back over to lortab and hopefully never looking back. Oxycodone absolutely has taken over me, my body, my mind and my soul. When I was taking lortab I was absolutely fine, living normally. Sometimes you got to go with your best decision in your mind not your doctors.

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Chris Says:
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Methadone is strong enough to ease up any pain. I took for many years till I was put on Lyrica and percocet for back pain after 7 surgery's

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Chip Says:
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I think hydrocodone works better for pain than oxy because it gives you a warmish confident feeling along with getting rid of pain.

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Bobo Says:
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I was taking Percocet for 15 yaers and I never got addicted to them and I just stopped I was taking 6 10 milligrams a day

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Craig smoove Says:
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I have to disagree. Percocet has fewer side effects and cuts the acetaminophen which causes the most havoc in your body. Of course ALL OPIATES are addicting and Percocets are opiates. You can also OD on any opiate so take that into account. Percocets are a step up from Norcos so they pack a strong punch.
Interestingly some people end up slobbering on themselves in a stupor with Percs while others deep clean every item in their house!!

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Craig smoove Says:
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For some reason unknown to me different opiates work one way for one person and another way for another. Also, like many drugs, you build up a tolerance to hydrocodone Fairly quickly.
Are you also on a prescription strength Ibuprofen for inflammation? I've found Advil in combo with opiates work well in random. I AM NOT A DOCTOR SO PLEASE CONSULT WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN but this is what works for me

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Maggie Says:
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How dare you say 'at least they're removed from the gene pool'! That is a horrible way to infer that addictions are a character flaw brought on by bad genes. It happens. People have the right to be out of pain when misfortune strikes. People don't set out to become addicts. Treatment of pain should include acupuncture, tens units, massage, physical therapy and medication. I also think that psychological and emotional therapy should be added to pain management, as the aspects of trauma, and physical changes that occur during one's lifetime is all-encompassing. Currently, I believe any kind of mental health therapy is frowned upon while in a pain management program. If the two were combined, I believe the casualties would be lessened. Shame on you!

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