Oxycodone 10mg Ir Vs Hydrocodone/acetaminophen 7.5-325

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dalejrfan Says:


I ran 1 1/2 day short on my oxy IR and have left over hydro from dental surgery. Is how much hydro can i take until its time for my refill



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Atlanta Says:
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I alternate oxycodone and loracet to manage my pain and it seems to keep my tolerance down for each drug. And as far as the dose of loracet take as prescribed because to much Tylenol is very bad on your liver. I would look at it like this use your loracet as a get me by until u can fill ur oxycodone. No more 4000mgs of Tylenol in 24 hrs.

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David Says:

@Dalejrfan,

Although only a doctor can legally advise you on what/how much of something you should take, the general adult dosing guidelines for Norco usually recommend 1 tablet every 4-6 hours as needed for pain. I would just encourage you to contact your local pharmacist to verify dosing instructions first. I also agree with the previous poster that it would probably be a good idea to try and limit the amount of Tylenol for your liver's sake. So depending on how long you intend on taking this particular medication, herbs like milk thistle may be worth considering as well in order to maintain liver health during long term treatment.

I hope this helps!

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Jrg Says:
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You mean Vicodin?
I've never heard any one call it Norco; had to look up what it was lol

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Sameoldbs Says:
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Jrg,

Hydrocodone is merely the principal ingredient in Vicodin,lortab,lorcet,norco and many other medications protected by said manufactor's in a variety of therapeutic strengths and dosages......

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