Vicodin What Strength Do They Come

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Vicodin new strengths hydrocodone
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Hi I am prescribed vicodin 5/500 120x/month for my arthritis I have a question, I wanted something with less acepthemanophen and was prescribed vicodin 5/325, I went to the pharmacy and they said there was no such thing, so I told my doctor and he prescribed me vicodin 5/300 , they are EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE. My question is how come the pharmacy said there is no such thing as vicodin 5/325 , and also is there a generic version of 5/300 ? Is it because on the script my doctor writes "vicodin" and not hydrocodone ? Please help me I can't spend too much money on my medication ## I am not sure why your pharmacy said that, there is a 5/325 dosage, the brand name for it would be Endocet. Learn more Endocet details here. If the pharmacy doesn't have it, they should have been able ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Jun 12 '17, 1:26 PM
vicodin m358
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is this white pill with m358 on it a vicodin ## Hello, Yes, what you are talking about is a generic vicodin called hydrocodone. An M 358 white oblong pill. The strength is 7.5. ## what do you mean 7.5???? ## Papadaquez, What Tracy means is the Miligrams are 7.5. Hydrocodone comes in many strengths. Please post back if you have any more questions or information to add. ## Crystal, You say that Hyrocodone comes in many strenghts, is there any way that you could inform everyone as to what they are? Because instead of my doctor prescribing me a larger strenght than 5/500 he gave me some Oxcycodone (Percocet) which I feel is even strongger than any Hydrocodone. ## My dr. gave meHydrocodone/apap 5MG/500MG Tabs how strong are thes really?Ihad knee surgery. ## Mar60, I have been taking Hydrocod... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Vicodin.
Wed, Apr 07 '10, 4:32 PM
Hydrocodone Besides Vicodin What Other Names Does Drug Go By
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I was perscribed vicodin 750 es and then norco was told they were same and also available under other names. Is this true, and what other names do they come in? ## Yes, both Vicodin and Norco contain Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone as the active ingredients. Another name it is sold under would be Lortab and it is also available as a generic, so that would be listed as just the active ingredients. There are also a few different dosage strengths available. Learn more Vicodin details here. What you were first prescribed, Vicodin ES means an extra strength formulation of Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone and the larger number, like the 750 you listed is the amount of Acetaminophen in them. It helps the narcotic to work better. The Hydrocodone itself is only available up to a maximum of 10mgs. Is ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Jan 07 '16, 6:14 PM
Hydrocodone Strength7.5-325
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Having problems with these doing much for relief. Tying to come back from cancer and other medical problems. Here they are just aspirin. ## Hi Larry, Will they not prescribe you anything else but this mid-level Vicodin? I find it odd that patients without such conditions have access to much stronger pain medications. Although I wouldn't wish those addicting opiates on anyone, sometimes intervention is necessary to get the initial relief you need. If your doctor is unwilling to prescribe what you feel you need, then it may be time to switch doctors to someone who specializes in pain management. The odds of getting a stronger medication are higher through a pain management doctor, since they focus most of their attention on pain, as opposed to a general M.D. I hope this helps! ## Hydr... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Jul 27 '12, 10:40 AM
white oblong IP466
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white oblong pill - was told it was vicodin ## That is incorrect, this tablet is not Vicodin, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 800mgs of Ibuprofen, a generic for prescription strength Motrin, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Do you have any other questions? ## Incorrect Verwon, even in the reply thread you posted the pill description and picture does not match. The correct match to IP466 is Carisoprodol, commonly referred to as Soma. I have this prescription at the highest level dose ( 350MG [comes in either 250or360] ). And I quote from the label This is a muscle relaxant. May cause Drowsiness. Alcohol can intensify this effect. Avoid alcohol/use caution when operating a car or heavy machinery. ## Sorry Sun - Verwon is actually correct. IP 466 is Ibuprofen 800 mg manfuac... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Aug 02 '14, 1:40 AM

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