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I only took the horrible oxycodone when I had bad bad backache. I hate it. and that gave me headache bad time. I guess you can tell your doctor it...
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No, it's the same with different name.
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It might be that the THC was still in his system from before?  Or was he tested clean previous to this?  I'm very sorry this happened...
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This interaction checker says it might not be a great idea, but you might want to check for yourself so you make sure you have the exact ones you are...
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If you were legally prescribed this drug by a medical professional, then it would be wise to disclose it and the reason you recently used it. There...
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No. 1 yr for regular meds and about 3-6 months (depending in your state) for controlled substances, including hydrocodone. 
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It depends on the dosage and duration, of course, but hydrocodone is an addictive narcotic. Acetaminophen is Tylenol, but too much Tylenol can cause...
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There can be several reasons: 1. Your urine level of hydrocodone is so low that it is not detected by the lab. 2. The lab is not testing for...
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There can be MANY reasons, but the use of hydrocodone is not likely to be the cause of your swollen feet and ankles. You will need to see your...
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Both medications you mentioned are prescription drugs. Your doctor would already be aware of your situation. Nothing wrong in reminding him of your...
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I have been on those for years and have had 5 surgeries without any side effects from them. Always ask your Doc. But mine always say it is ok! good...
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Hi Found this, is this him? If you're a man, the pain-killing medications known as opioids may do more than relieve pain -- they may also put a...
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In short, the answers to your quesions are:  1) Yes, you can take the acetaminophen/hydrocodone now without the Fiorinal interacting. ...
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Hydrocodone is a potent pain medication that is highly-addictive. It would not be likely that a medical professional would prescribe this opiate as...
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Blotches are a means of showing you that this medication is not QUITE RIGHT for you.Whether this is something small or not is something only a good...
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