Narco Pain Medicine

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Dilotin Pain Medicine
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Giving intravenously, 1 mlg ## What active ingreadiant is in Dilotin EXP codine, morphine ## I believe the medication you are referring to is Dilaudid, which contains the narcotic Hydromorphone. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Jul 10 '09, 7:51 PM
medicine for chronic pain
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I hurt all over,all through the night,shoulder, right wrist,both knees are bone on bone, it's difficult getting out of a chair,even turning over in bed, and i hurt getting up going to the restroom. ## Are you currently under a doctor's care? this is an information only website and not medical professionals, so we cannot possibly diagnose or prescribe a treatment. In the U.S., however, there are several different options, it really depends on what it causing your pain and whether or not it is a condition that can be fixed. There are different narcotic options for severe pain conditions, such as: or and non-narcotic choices, such as: and But only a doctor familiar with your medical history can help you decide what is right for you. ## I have found that for me BIOCHEMIC CELL SALTS ... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Sep 16 '14, 8:58 AM
narco pain pill
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please show picture of a narco pain pill ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sat, Oct 10 '15, 12:07 PM
PAIN what medicine will help
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Fibro, CFS, osteo, haven't been able to get relief since they took Darvocet off market. Was on time release morphine for 2-3 years this worked. Take gabapentin 400mg am & pm. Obviously not working. Elavil 50 mg nite. Do acupuncture, chiropractor helps. If I'm active then I nose dive it immense pain. Epsom salts bath helps. Have Vicoden 350mg, if I take it on a regular basis I itch then have to take a shot of benadryl. I'm 71 and would like part of my life back. Is there anything that will help? ## Hello, Lyn! How are you? I'm very sorry that you're in so much pain. Has your doctor made any other suggestions? There are other options you could try, such as Oxycontin, Oxycodone regular release or Dilaudid. They are all classified by the FDA as narcotic analgesics, s... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Darvocet.
Fri, Apr 17 '15, 2:35 PM
Pain medicine after suboxone
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I have been taking suboxone for a week, only 8 mg a day, but over 24 hours ago i only took a half of a 8 mg strip, will I be able to feel pain mess now. It's been 28 hrs since i took half strip. ## @Akc, Due to buprenorphine's long half life of 24 - 60 hours (as reported by, I would probably encourage you to wait a little longer in-between stopping suboxone and starting narcotic pain meds in order to get the most out of them. If still in doubt you could also take a drug panel to gauge how much suboxone is left in your body. But that might be more trouble than it's worth v.s. just waiting it out for an extra day or two. I hope this helps! Please post back if you're able to update us on how things went. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Feb 14 '16, 5:40 PM
pain medicine in sioux falls, sd
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I am looking for a doctor in sioux falls, sd that's not "afraid" to prescribe narcotic pain meds. I've had severe back pain for years, have been through chiropractors, physical therapy, injections, nothing helped. I feel like I just had to learn to live with the pain. Since having 2 kids, the pain has increased immensely, but my current Doc will not give me anything that helps. I have tried meloxicam, gabepentin, tramadol (which I found I was allergic to, though it did help slightly), and feel I am about to overdose on naproxen and tylenol, because they are all I have access to and though they don't help, I keep hoping they may if I take enough. I need something to help me function normally so that I can be a good mother. I hate just dealing with the pain. Thanks in ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Meloxicam.
Sun, Nov 29 '15, 9:49 AM
oval orange pill pain medicine
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orange oval shape one side 7.5 second side E796 ## This tablet contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen and 7.5mgs of Oxycodone, a generic for Percocet or Endocet, this is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more on the medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Based on the description provided, I found the pill to be Endocet; which is a combination of Acetaminophen + Oxycodone (500 mg - 7.5 mg). To view information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## Found Pill on office floor is is oval in shape, orange and has 1P on one side and 53 on the other side. What is it? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Thu, Nov 18 '10, 12:07 PM
Pain Medicine For Sciatic Nerve
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Can someone tell me what medicine they take for sciatic nerve, hip hurts and lower back. I already take norco but this not helping me. ## Hi Deborah, May I ask what treatment options you've already undergone? (i.e. surgery, acupuncture, natural alternatives, heat/ice treatment, chiropractic manipulation, massage therapy, light physical exercise (yoga), eating more plant-based foods etc). I would normally suggest taking advantage of those options before relying on prescription narcotics; mainly because things like yoga and natural alternatives can be done throughout your life without necessarily being dependent on your doctor. I hope this advice helps! ## What alleviates the pain can vary from person to person, so the only way to find out what works for you is by trying different med... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Norco.
Mon, Dec 11 '17, 1:25 PM
what stronger medicine for pain
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I'm taking Norco 10/325 & soma 350mg twice a day. They no longer work. I have cronic lymes disease 5 year's now. Pain & fatigue migraines & a whole bunch of symptoms. I need something stronger. I'm exhausted &can't work after 30 years in banking, I'm can't work anymore. What do you recommend for pain medication. I've done every thing thèy gave me to cure lymes nothing worked. I'm done. Just treat the pain. Help me! ## Percocet is slightly stronger. Fentanyl is a long term pain med without the highs and lows experienced with breakthrough drugs like Norco. Migraine meds, non narcotiv nerve meds like gabepentin, muscle relaxers like Valium, lots of choices! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, Nov 17 '15, 2:04 AM
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blue oval pill ## Narcotic pain medication come in odd mg. doses like 22 mg. very addictive ...
Updated 12 years ago.
Sun, Sep 25 '05, 10:59 PM
Pain medicine before back surgery
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Will a back surgeon ask me to stop taking pain medicine before surgery? If yes, how long before the surgery will I need to stop. I'm currently taking six 5/325 Percocet's per day. I have a L-4 bulging disc that's pushing against a nerve and it causes pain that is just ridiculous. I've tried Physical Therapy, Epidurals, Chiropractors and Accupunture and nothing has reduced the pain. I won't take pain medicine for the rest of my life. If the pain ever stops I will gladly quit taking Narcotic Medicine that most of you know comes with some annoying side effects. Mood swings, sweating, pain increase when the medicine start wearing down. I have other question but since this is my first posting on any website I just want to see if this is helpful. ## Hello! How are you? In ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Percocet.
Sun, Nov 30 '14, 5:48 PM
narcotic pain pills
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Updated 8 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Jul 28 '09, 5:04 PM
Qudict medicine
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does it cause depression? ## for what purpose this medicine used or it has any side effect or any addiction like drug if we can used it as regular medicine............ ## Qudict contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, a very potent narcotic that is used to treat chronic pain and to treat drug addiction. All medications carry the risk of side effects and for this one, they may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. And yes, since it is a narcotic, it can also be addictive. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## can we give this medicine to a person in food...? please reply me please ... ## imy name is afak khan. i use qudict tablate from 1 year early morning before meal. please tell me his side effects. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Buprenorphine.
Thu, Aug 11 '11, 6:31 PM
Change medicine
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I'm currently on Percocet 7.5/325 mgs. I was in a accident which broke my ankle and lots of metal had to be put in my leg. The pain meds are no longer working which is causing me to take more than prescribed, which is causing nausea, etc. What should I tell the Dr. to get prescribed Roxys? ## I am sorry that you're in so much pain! You should just be honest with your doctor and tell them that this medication in this dosage is no longer alleviating your pain. But, it would be best not to ask for a specific medication, because that could make them think you're drug seeking. It's best to just let them know and allow them to decide on an appropriate solution. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Fri, Feb 26 '16, 6:53 PM
narcotic pain relief
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oblong blue pill with a line on one side and the letter A on one side and numbers 750 on the other side ...
Updated 11 years ago in Pain Relief.
Sat, Feb 04 '06, 11:09 PM
narco pain pills 10\325
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I was in very bad wreck an insurance is not working an need help with pain an provide document ## @Countryblack, Sorry to hear about the wreck you were in. If you need additional assistance covering the cost your prescription for norco, there's always drug discount cards you can use to help offset the price. MedsChat actually offers a good savings card as well that can cut costs by up to 15 - 75% off at most pharmacies across the US. It's not intended to act as a substitute for insurance, but seems like it would certainly be worth a try nonetheless. You can view/print more details about it here: Rx Savings Card One other thing you ought to know is that many drug manufacturers also offer various types of patient assistance programs for those who meet certain income qualifications... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Thu, Aug 21 '14, 2:59 PM
narcotic pain killers
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i stay in hyderabad and im not finding any pills here so i want to know where can i get that .. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, May 17 '12, 4:06 AM
Narcotic Pain Patches
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I was told this Pharmacy would give me narcotic pain patch that starts with a B could u tell me about it? ## Herbie are you referring to Buprenorphine patches? Is that the correct name? If so, then you can read more about this medication at: Hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Buprenorphine.
Mon, Jan 23 '12, 6:30 PM
non narcotic pain meds
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Had total knee surgery 9 weeks ago.would like to find non narcotic pain pill to take...dr put me on one that no place can fill it and found out price is very very high..I am 66 and dont need narcitics to have to depend on ## Hello, Joyce! How are you? Have you talked to your prescribe about this? They should be able to prescribe a non-narcotic alternative for you, there are many available. Which one did they prescribe that can't be filled? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jun 11 '14, 2:55 PM
all narcotic pain pills
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need a list and pictures of all narcotic pills to teach my teenager ## I am afraid that will be virtually impossible, at least on the pictures aspect. The reason for this is that when medications are available for generic production, there is no standardized shape, size, color or imprint. The US FDA only requires they have a unique imprint so the manufacturer, type of drug and dosage can be identified in case of emergency, but they are, quite literally, made by thousands of different companies, so there are thousands of pills on the market that contain narcotics and they all look different and have different markings. It would be simply impossible for you or your teenager to memorize all of them. Even doctors and pharmacists do not have them all memorized. There is a list on the DEA sit... ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Mar 29 '13, 8:08 PM

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