Liquid Hydrocodone And Homatropine Compared To Pill Form Such As Vicodin

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Theo Says:


is there an equivalent in pill form (say vicodin) of hydrocodone and homatropine syrup 5-1.5/5



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Christian777 Says:

usally when dealing with syrup it basically comes 2.5 to 5mg per 5 ml(which is a teaspoon) tussionex is 10mg but you probably have the so 2 teaspoons would be like taking a 10, for some reason on some of these posts it doesn't show all of it on my monitor...

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Theo! How are you?

And no, there isn't an equivalent in pill form that I'm aware of and a search of the drug listing to double check my information shows it as being available only as an oral syrup.

Learn more Hycodan details here.

This contains a narcotic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Theo Says:

No. Thank you very much.

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Theo Says:

Christian,

Thanks a lot.

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chemoangel Says:

I take the liquid form of Hydrocodone, but not the other syrup...don't know if you can get the two combined, if you have a compounding pharmacy near you perhaps they will know if they can combine the two...

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