Hydrocodone G 32 250

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hydrocodone 75 325

Side effects of getting off of hydro codons ## I haven't taken Hydro's for 5 days. The only side effect I'm having is a lot of fatigue. I don't want to do anything because I get so tired and a little restlessness at night. Before I go to bed, I drink a cup of Sleepy Time tea, take one Passion Flower pill 250MG & before I know it, I want to go to bed. The side effects that some people may experience when you stop taking Hydros may be: cold flashes w/goose bumps, excessive yawning or sneezing, extreme drowsiness, diarrhea, insomnia, involuntary leg movements, mood changes, muscle and bone pain, sweats and strong drug craving. Go to google and ck all this out. Good luck my friend. Be strong. ## A SUGGESTION TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE TRYING TO FIGHT WITHDRAWAL FROM OPIATES: Go... ...

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hydrocodone toxicity

Mother's autopsy came back with blood levels of Temanzepan 31, dihydrocodeine/hydrocodol 42, hydrocodone 250, hydro morphone 69. All in nano. And she did take multiple other drugs. Can you tell me how many 7.5/325 pills she would have taken to have these levels? She was 83 with multiple heart and kidney issues - did not know if these issues would hinder the metabolism of the drug? ...

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hydrocodone pills l374 (diagnosed w/ dementia 25+ years ago)

Because I have dementia I am having trouble understanding if the L374 white oblong pill still has any opiates in it? ## Hello, Sam! How are you? No, it does not. This is a medication that is available over the counter. It is listed as containing 250mgs of Acetaminophen, 250mgs of Aspirin and 65mgs of Caffeine, it is most commonly used to treat migraines. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased risk of bleeding and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have a white oblong pill saying L374 on one side & nothing on the side. I was told it's a 10-325 Norco, I S that true? ...

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Ultrapap 50/mg

Red and Blue Capsule ## This sounds like it could be 500mgs of Acetaminophen, a generic or store brand of Tylenol, but I am not certain on that. Are there any markings on the capsule at all? Letters, numbers and/or logos? ## I take this medicine for pain cointain 50 mg of tramadol hcl and 250 mg of acetaminophen very addictive Take care ## was taking hydrocodone-apap 10-325 dr. switch me to ultrapap 50/250 mg is that a good thing ## Okay, this is commonly sold under the brand name Ultracet and in some instances, Ultrapap, since APAP is medical jargon for Acetaminophen. And Roger, I am not sure how well it will work for you, the Tramadol is derived from a narcotic, so it can be addictive and cause the same side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. The problem... ...

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gabapentin for arthritis

Visited my Orthopedist and he prescribed Gabapentin as a multiple solution for differing pain. First have no cartaledge in left knee and only 50% in right knee with significant degradation of the joints bilaterally. Also having neuropathic pain in legs after sitting for 20-40 minutes in one place along with feeling of feet and legs being asleep(attributed to my diabetes) Also have shoulder pain from pinched nerve in my arms/elbows. Have been taking 325mg hydrocodone 4 times a day along with occasional extrastrength tylenol caplets to up pain relief. Took first dose of Gabapentin 250mg/5ml oral solution this morning. Now for questions what sort of pain relief joint wise in my knee can I expect. On a bad day aka rainy and or cold knee waivers between 9-11.5 on a scale of 1-10 Right knee i... ...

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