Liquid Hydrocodone Dosage

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Lilly Says:
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I have a bottle of hydrocodone/acetaminophen 7.5-325 15ml. I am use to taking a high dose of tablets at once because my body is so used to it. If i take the liquid, how much would I take for it to work?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lilly! How are you?

You really can't keep taking such high amounts, at once, you're far exceeding the dosage limits for the Acetaminophen, which is only 1,000mgs maximum per dose. 6 tablets would be 1,950mgs per dose.

It's also not safe to exceed 3,000mgs of Acetaminophen a day, due to the risk of liver damage, liver failure or fatal toxicity.

The FDA classifies this medication as 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.

Thus, for your own safety, I strongly urge you to speak to your doctor about trying a different medication that may work better for you, without the Acetaminophen in it.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Just want to know Says:
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Can liquid hydrocodone 7.5 be absorbed through the skin and enter the blood stream?

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Vicky Says:

I would like to know what dose is safe for an adult if taking Hydrocodone 7.5mg + Acetaminophen 325mg / 15mL?

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Amber Says:
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What dosage of liquid hydrocodone 7.5 can I give my six year old son? The doctor didn't tell me how much of it to administer at a time, so I need to know how much is ok.


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RN girl Says:
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It depends on how many millimeters are in the bottle. It should say on the bottle if you got it from a pharmacist.

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grasshopper Says:
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What mg is blue liquid hydrocodone? I have some with no label. It's blue liquid and I just want to know what mg it is.

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