Which Is More Potent Hydrocodone Acetaminophen 5 325 Or Cod 3 300 30mg

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Eugene Says:


which is more potent hydrocodone-acetaminophen (5-325) or Acetaminophen/cod 3 (300/30mg)?



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David Says:

Milligram for milligram, hydrocodone is reported to be significantly more potent than codeine. So even with the difference in milligrams I'm going to have to assume that the generic norco you have may be more potent from what I've read online.

While everyone's experience may be different, I have also seen comments from patients who've tried both and feel that "10mgs" of hydrocodone far exceeds the potency of "60mgs" of codeine. Though that may not be as accurate for someone else with a different tolerance, it does go to show that hydrocodone is superior and probably shouldn't ever be substituted for codeine in that sense.

Is your doctor recommending that you try one or the other?

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carla Says:

I'm in extreem pain from neck surg. I was given acetami/codein 300-30 mg. I already had these 2 medications due to 7 back surgeries, hydrocod/acetam 10-325 mg and hydrocodone-acetaminophen 5-325. which would be the strongest where I can cope with the pain. Please no drawn out story, can hardly sit here to type.

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Docjj Says:

Everyone is not aware, BUT, every person has liver enzymes called Cytochromes, which are genetically determined. Some have no metabolism to opiates, others slow, normal or rapid. SO an accurate answer to this question is impossible without a Phamacogenomic Analysis of your DNA.

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