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Prescribed norco, (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)And every time I take it,About an hour later I'm nauseas, I just threw up before.I never had a problem with pain medicine. Any ideas?
Back Pain: Thank you for informing about your back pain, pain shooting down the leg and using Omeprazole. Both Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) ((Hydrocodone and Tylenol) and Omeprazole can cause Nausea. See Orthopedic physician for Diagnosis of your pain, have MRI of back; discuss Medication benefits and side effects, to select Medication; have P.T. See Psychiatrist for Therapy for stress. Do Breathing Relaxation, Yoga, Meditation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Refills: Refills are not any issue. However - with opioids most MD's in the US will and should not just issue refills without you being seen. ...Read more
Yes: There is a synergistic effect...that is 1 plus 1 might equal 3 or 4 in terms of effects. But I think the two safe and often quite helpful together. They are just not a good long term solution. ...Read more
Can an e.R. Give me meds to put in.My socket like my dentist? My dentist has no ER #! im out of my brown socket meds and 8 norcos!
Dry socket pain: You will most likely spend hours in the emergency room only to be given pain medication, perhaps an antibiotic and told to see your dentist in the morning. Even if the hospital has a dental department, they may not see you as this is not considered a true emergency. I would not go to a dentist or physician who had no emergency notification system in place. See if your local pharmacy has something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take 10mg of norco/day. I break it up into quarters; 2.5mg 4x day. If my last 2.5mg was wed morn at 6am, will i test pos for hydrocodone by fri?
Addiction: First, the physicians here are not, in any way, interested in helping you beat a drug test. We believe in health and being 'clean' from the substances that one can abuse. We believe sobriety and recovery are possible and a solution to the disease of addiction. Second, yes, you will test positive on friday. ...Read more
I've taken norco's for years, I don't want the fusion surgery suggested, and my insurance wont cover injections, I need stronger medication?
Not right action: Chronic narcotic medication for back pain will continue to lead to increasing doses due to tolerance issues & needs to be addressed via multifaceted approach that usually does not include a fusion which accounts for 10% of patients. See a pain management specialist for further treatment options other than injection, exercise, weight control , avoidance of tobacco, good sleep habits all play role. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer