Hydrocodone

Category: Pain Relief



Hydrocodone Overview

Hydrocodone, sold under the brand name Hysingla among others, is an opioid used to treat severe pain of a prolonged duration, if other measures are not sufficient.[9][10] It is also used as a cough suppressant in adults.[9] It is taken by mouth.[9] Typically it is sold as the combinations acetaminophen/hydrocodone or ibuprofen/hydrocodone.[9][11] By itself it is sold in a long-acting formulation.&a...

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need a pain dr colorado springs accepts medicaid

Hi I need help finding a doctor who can put me back on my pain medication hydrocodone in colorado springs that accepts medicaid. ## Did you have any luck? I'm in a similar situation after my PCP stopped prescribing any controlled substances. ## I need the same thing. Has anyone found that unicorn doctor? ## I'm in need of a pain managment Dr. Or clinic that excepts Medicaid in Colorado Springs Co. I do have a refural from my Pc Dr. ## Brian, call your health plan or the state Medicaid office. Although you will still have to call the drs they give you the names of and be sure that they still accept Medicaid Only. ## in Colorado Springs my doctor just sent me a letter declining to treat me because I failed UA I tried Mountain Dew somehow my crcreatinine was 2.9 has no creatine in ...

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Fake Hydrocodone pills

Has anyone filled their prescription for blue Watson 10/500 pills from any pharmacies over the phone? I got 90 that look like my CVS refill, but have the effect of a vitamin. Ripped off again. ## I think I was similarly scammed. The color was greenish, not blue like the regular Watson 10/500 and tasted salty. I had been called 20 times and finally succumbed. Is this your experience too. The phone number was a 305 exchange ## I purchased Norcos over the phone. Came in a vacuumed plastic bag. They were blue with WATSON 540 printed on them. The looked real but when you take them it is like you are on valium, you don't get pain relief. Purchased from a 321 exchange. Anyone else with the same experience? ## I have also received fake pills from a 321 exchange. They are not real and will n...

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pain management

I have serious pain issues due to multiple construction accidents and a lifetime of heavy lifting. I was dismissed from Bluegrass Pain Specialist for coming up positive for THC because I was seeking alternative medications in lue of increasing my dosage of hydrocodone. I am 55 and have two brothers that have died because of high doses of hydrocodone and oxycodone. The hydrocodone really helps, however, I do not want to increase my dosage. I now suffer. Please help. ## If you are lucky enough to have a good Methadone clinic near you, I would go on that. Then, you can wean off, VERY SLOWLY though, like a few Milligrams at a time after you reach a comfortable level for you. Or simply stay on it (called Maintenance). It is an answer for many Oxycontin users. I will say that it is not as goo...

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switching from hydrocodone to morphine

My wife is a chronic pain patient. Today she went to have her periodic office visit with her pain management physician. She has, for several years, been prescribed fentanyl transdermal patches, 75 mcg/hour, along with hydrocodone/apap 10/325, 1 or 2 tablets every 8 hours, PRN for breakthrough pain. She changes the patches every 72 hours. Today the Dr changed her treatment regimine changing the fentanyl to 100 mcg/hrs, changing patch every 48 hours. He took her off the hydrocodone/apap, and said if she still has breakthrough pain, that he will prescribe immediate release morphine to replace the hydrocodone/apap. Her Dr says that this is in response to new laws or guidelines from the DEA and FDA. Is this true? He said that they can't prescribe hydrocodone/apap for chronic pain any lon...

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WPI 4011

White pill, oval shaped ## What is WPI 4011? My dentist prescribed as Hydrocodone (says on bottle too) - web says its Ibuprofen. Can someone tell me? ## WPI 4011 contains 600mgs of Ibuprofen, a generic for Motrin. ## Wpi 4011 - what is it does it contain? Hydrocodone? ## Looks like it's Ibuprofen 600 mg manufactured by Teva / Actavis (not Hydrocodone). I found a picture from CVS, but you have to scroll through a bunch of photos to get it. Here's the image:

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reason for so many different types of codone medications

after reading about so many types of codone medications, I was wondering why is there so many different kinds. Aren't most of them suppose to treat pain control. While reading the articles on a lot of them they all say the same thing. Why can't a patent be for a lifetime instead letting them expire and letting every pharmacustical company produce their own version and confusing everybody about which one is best. I could only come up with one answer for this question. MONEY RULES and a persons life really doesn't matter. I feel like the original makers should have the opportunity to either improve or discontinue making any and all pain Meds that they produce, giving the next maker a chance to produce it's version. For example: There should be just one form of Hydrocodone,...

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hydrocodone ip 115

My pharmacy just switched to the Avkare brand of Norco 7.5. The imprint on it is IP 115. I feel like these do not work at all for me. I would like to know if anyone else that are on these or ever have been on them can let me know how it works/worked for them. ## Hello, Maria! How are you? Has there been any change? As permitted by the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, there can be fluctuations in generic medications. They are allowed to differ in the amount of the active ingredients by as much as plus or minus 20% of what's in the name brand, additionally, they do not have to measure against each other, only against the name brand. Thus it is possible that this one is a little lower than the prior one you were taking. However, since the differences are slight, most people adjust within a we...

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If I have taken 7 pills per day instead of every 4 hours

If I have taken 7 hydrocodone a day for the past week and my prescription is for 10/325 every 4 hrs.. will I b ok? ## My prescriptions is to take every 12 hours an I have 60 hydrocodone pills. How many should I have left after 28 days ## If you took 2 a day (every 12 hours) multiply that by 28 days and you would have taken 56 pills. That would leave you with 4. Are the pills extended release? ## Tom, if you were experiencing an overdose, you'd have noticed by now, and been forced to seek medical attention. However, you should make sure to inform your doctor of the error, so they can watch you for any signs of possible ill health effects. You will likely also run out sooner than you should. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side...

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Does hydrocodone have ibuprofen in it?

I'm allergic to aspirin and ibuprofen and I was wondering if hydrocodone acetaminophen 7.5-325 has any of that in it? Thanks ## No it does not. It's only hydrocodone and Tylenol. VICOPROFIN does have ibuprofen in it so stay away from that! All the best, HOUSE ## No it does not have any of that in it. It is two different kind of medication ## No. Hydrocodone has acetaminophen which is the ingredient in Tylenol. ## @cheeky, Yes, I agree with what everyone else said. Just to help clarify, every drug name which you listed in your message are actually different ingredients altogether. So if you are allergic to Aspiring and Ibuprofen, you might be able to take Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen (which are 2 completely different drugs). As long as your doctor is aware of your drug allergies...

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information on Hydroprofen

what are thr uses of hybroprofen? 2 isomers (active & inactive) of hybroprofen & the effect of each by itself & with another drug. ## Hydroprofen is a combination medication that contains Hydrocodone and Ibuprofen, so it combines a narcotic analgesic with a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. I do not, however, have a list of the inactive ingredients, since this particular one isn't available in the U.S. I'm sorry. Learn more Ibuprofen details here. Learn more Hydrocodone details here. And the possible interactions with another drug would depend on what other drug you are asking about. There are many that it can interact with and I can't list them all. Did you have any drugs in particular you wanted to ask about? ## Can you get hydrocodone without Tylenol or ibuprofe...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Hydrocodone
  • Capsule, Extended Release: 10mg, 15mg, 20mg, 30mg, 40mg, 50mg
  • Powder: 100%
  • Syrup: 1.5mg/5ml + 5mg/5ml
  • Tablet: 1.5mg + 5mg, 5mg + 1.5mg
  • Tablet, Extended Release: 100mg, 120mg, 15mg, 20mg, 30mg, 40mg, 45mg, 60mg, 80mg, 90mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Hydrocodone: (11 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0121-4811 Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Homatropine Methylbromide Oral Syrup by Pharmaceutical Associates, Inc.
  • 43376-210 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 10 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 43376-215 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 15 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 43376-220 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 20 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 43376-230 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 30 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 43376-240 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 40 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 43376-250 Zohydro (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 50 mg) by Zogenix, Inc.
  • 49349-994 Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 5 mg) by Remedyrepack Inc.
  • 52125-139 Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 5 mg) by Remedyrepack Inc.
  • 52125-155 Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen (Hydrocodone Bitartrate 5 mg) by Remedyrepack Inc.
  • 60432-455 Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Homatropine Methylbromide Oral Syrup by Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Other drugs which contain Hydrocodone or a similar ingredient: (123 results)

Related Hydrocodone Topics:

Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt
My pharmacy changed my meds from the yellow 10-325 v 3601 norco to the 10-325 white m367 mallinckrodt. I've been tak... 167 replies
Hydrocodone pill that says u03
Has anyone seen a hydrocodone pill that has u03 on it? ## There actually are white oval-shaped pills marked with U03 tha... 103 replies
hydrocodone 2172
Hey, i got these pills today from walgreens and i have taken 3 so far and still no affect on my pain. Has anyone else ha... 95 replies
hydrocodone - impossible to get in the uk...?
I am currently on an oxycodone m/r script, and find that it certainly does not last for the claimed twelve hours per tab... 76 replies
hydrocodone ip 115
My pharmacy just switched to the Avkare brand of Norco 7.5. The imprint on it is IP 115. I feel like these do not work a... 68 replies
Hydrocodone yellow Norco 10 325 availability
I have a prescription for the yellow norco10 325.I've taken these for years and now I can't get them .the white ... 65 replies
Hydrocodone - not to overdo it!
I was put on Hydrocodone for 3 years due to a stroke I had. My pain is coming from the brain. The PM'S started me of... 45 replies
Hydrocodone Acetaminophen (Norco) 10 325 Mg
I'm recovering from my third back surgery. I can take hydrocodone/acetaminophen 10-325 mg tab with no stomach proble... 27 replies
Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10mg/325mg overdose effects and safety
Male 210lbs - takes whatever whenever, but is taking over a dozen hydrocodone-apap 10mg/325mg pills in 24 hours. Is that... 25 replies
hydrocodone yellowwith v on one and 3609 on the other what dose
yellow watson v other side ## I believe you meant to say V 3601, instead of 09 at the end. The yellow pill which you are... 25 replies




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