2 Mg Pain Pill Delotta

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2 Mg Pain Pill Delotta
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the delotta helped my back pain better than hydrocdone , is it the same as in what harm can it do to your body?i have degerate disk diease and scholisis ## The name of this medication is often misunderstood, but the correct name for it is Dilaudid, it contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone. And yes, it is in the same drug class as the Hydrocodone, so the effects are similar, but Hydromorphone is much stronger. Side effects may include: nausea, constipation, dizziness and dry mouth. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## They pain control Dr. Wants to switch me to dillaudid how many mg would i have to take to replace 10/325 percocets 4 times aday?? ...
Updated 3 months ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Jun 19 '17, 12:36 PM
What is delotta used for?
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How is this pain medication used for pancreatic cancer. ## delotta ## im on oxiecodone liquid and 30 mg morphine now this is my 3 cancer treatment i do kemo and radiation but this pain medication is not doing me good do i need delotta 4 m ## The correct medication name is actually Dilaudid, which may be why some where having difficulty finding information on it. It is a narcotic analgesic that contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, which means it may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. In regards to cancer, it is just used to relieve pain. Johnny1, what did you end up doing? Did you find something to help? You can learn more Dilaudid details here. ## I have s script of dilaudid 4mg and have a hard time finding it.... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Feb 10 '14, 11:05 AM
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My sister gave me a half of one of these - an oblong white pill with an imprint of IP 118 for the pain I was having before seeing a really good doctor. I went to see my Doctor today and she said my drug test came back and it had Oxycodone in it, and also Delotta? I have never taken a delotta in my life!! I did take a little xanax that looked like a footbal with the half of Vicodin, and 2 0.5 mg. Clonazapem with 3 50 mg. Tramadol. Would all of these together create a print out from a lab saying that I had Oxycodone and Delotta in my system, because I didn't take any!!! Does Anybody Know?? ## Vicodin contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone and Dilaudid contains Hydromorphone. And no, none of these will register as Oxycodone, when a precise test is done to check for the specific medicat... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Vicodin.
Fri, Apr 27 '12, 7:09 AM

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