Whats The Difference Between Hydocodone/acetamin 7.5-325mg And Cmpd Hydrocodone 10mg/apap200mg?

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chewy Says:


whats the difference between the two drugs? Hydrocodone/ACETAMIN 7.5-325mg and hydrocodone10mg/APAP200mg?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chewy! How are you?

The difference is exactly what you posted, the dosages. The first has 7.5mgs of the Hydrocodone and 325mgs of the Acetaminophen, while the second has 10mgs of the Hydrocodone and 200mgs of the Acetaminophen.

This is 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.

Learn more Norco details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Theresa Says:
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What is the difference between lortab 10mg and CMPD Hydrocodone 60 mg.?

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karol Says:
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What's,the difference in the melicraft brand and qualfast brand in percets 7.5 they keep changing my brand


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Redds Says:
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I take 10mg pecocet 60mg time release percocet 5mg xanax 350mg soma 175mg of lyrica and for 3 days my ankles and feet I've noticed have been swollen. Never had this issue before..... could it be the lyrica? Just started taking them again..

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Maxundergroundchem Says:
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Get off the lyrica. The side effects arent worth it. they're outrageous. thats your problem and the alprazolam is not a long term med, only meant to be used as a last resort. alprazolam has swelling of hands and feet as a side effect. also along with lyrica you really need to research the drugs these doctors give you. the side affects for alprozolam are outrageous also, but only happen with chronic use as with most benzodiazipines. oh and there's no such thing as percocet time release 60mg. perocet is oxicodone with apap. The strongest formulation is 10mg. your thinking of the oxycodone 60mg extended release, but ya, out of all the drugs your taking id be worried about the lyrica and cronic use of alprazolam. just try and stick to the opioids because the side effects are minuscule compared to other drugs.

I'm on ms contin 60mg q8h and hydromorphone 4mg q3-4r. Also prescribed diazepam 20mg q12r but i only take them when im having a bad day due to the horrible side effects. im also perscribed soma which is relatively safe to use daily, which i do. Also ask your doctor to switch you from a bezo to a barbiturate. they can be stronger than benzos and they have manageable side effects close to that of opioids, the symptoms that is. but seriously look up those side effects. its called education. since when can we trust our government? Also, benzos are known to cause thobosis of the legs, hence the swelling. ill take 20-40mg of vailum but only for 2 or 3 days in a row at most, then i take break.

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Gg Says:
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The lower dose of Tylenol is better for your internal organs.

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pill taker Says:

Yes Lyrica can cause swelling in your ankles and the hydrocodone can also but i found the Lyrica gave me severe depression. You should drink lots of water every day to counteract some side effects.

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