Combining tylenol (acetaminophen) and hydrocodone, is this okay?

Combination. Yes this is possible. Many preparations have this combination eg lortab, norco, xodol you have to be careful not to use more than 350mg tylenol (acetaminophen). New fda guideline limits tylenol (acetaminophen) component to no more than 350mg.

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Can you take acetaminophen and hydrocodone together for pain?

NO and YES. Acetaminophen - not addictive usually, but hydrocodone - highly addictive when used inappropriately. - most of the time hydrocodone comes mixed with acet. - though.... Be careful! but used correctly - they both are very useful for short term pain relief! Read more...
Yes. If you have no reason you can't take either, these two work differently and can be taken together. Read more...

Is acetaminophen and hydrocodone very addictive?

NO and YES. Acetaminophen - not addictive usually, but hydrocodone - highly addictive when used inappropriately. - most of the time hydrocodone comes mixed with acet. - though.... Be careful! but used correctly - they both are very useful for short term pain relief! Read more...

What is the difference between lortab and anexsia (acetaminophen and hydrocodone)?

Little to nothing. Both are hydrocodone/acetaminophen combination analgesics. Lortab comes in three strengths (5, 7.5 & 10 mg). All have 500 mg of Acetaminophen added. Anexsia comes as 5 & 7.5 mg. The 5 mg has 500 mg of Acetaminophen and the 7.5 mg has 650 mg. Read more...