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Had three wisdom teeth removed today but throwing up now, two separate times..Am taking hydrocodone for pain..Ate very little bland food..Why vomiting?
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Dr. Ronald Achong
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
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In brief: A few reasons
If you were sedated, then it probably the sedation that is causing the vomiting.
Narcotic pain medications can cause vomiting also. If you are not in severe pain then switch over the plain tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen.

In brief: A few reasons
If you were sedated, then it probably the sedation that is causing the vomiting.
Narcotic pain medications can cause vomiting also. If you are not in severe pain then switch over the plain tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen.
Dr. Ronald Achong
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Dr. Jake Richards
Dentistry
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In brief: Possibly medicatoin
Many medication including hydrocodone can cause an upset stomach as well as the ingestion of blood during a procedure.
Ingestion is likely to have occured to some degree as well so it could be a combination.

In brief: Possibly medicatoin
Many medication including hydrocodone can cause an upset stomach as well as the ingestion of blood during a procedure.
Ingestion is likely to have occured to some degree as well so it could be a combination.
Dr. Jake Richards
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Dr. Kenneth Joel
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Side effect
Hydrocodone is an intermediate opiate analgesic which is metabolized to hydromorphone, the active metabolite.
One of the side effects of opiate analgesics is nausea and vomiting. This side effect is more prominant in some patients and either must be discontinued to avoid the side effects or replaced with another analgesic which may not have the side effect.

In brief: Side effect
Hydrocodone is an intermediate opiate analgesic which is metabolized to hydromorphone, the active metabolite.
One of the side effects of opiate analgesics is nausea and vomiting. This side effect is more prominant in some patients and either must be discontinued to avoid the side effects or replaced with another analgesic which may not have the side effect.
Dr. Kenneth Joel
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Dr. Terence Grogan
Family Medicine
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In brief: Hydrocodone
Narcotic pain medication is notorious for causing nausea and vomiting.
Try eating what you can before you take your pain medication or ask for anti nausea medication.

In brief: Hydrocodone
Narcotic pain medication is notorious for causing nausea and vomiting.
Try eating what you can before you take your pain medication or ask for anti nausea medication.
Dr. Terence Grogan
Dr. Terence Grogan
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In brief: Possible allergy
Possible hydrocodone allergy or taking too high of a dose.
I would check with dentist to correct medicine and dosage immediately.

In brief: Possible allergy
Possible hydrocodone allergy or taking too high of a dose.
I would check with dentist to correct medicine and dosage immediately.
Dr. Jerrold Goldsmith
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