How addictive is oxycodone acetaminophen?

Opiate addiction. All opiates have addiction potential. The more potent/powerful drug, the higher addiction potential. In general, people are more addicted to short acting opiate than long acting opiate.
Same as other narco. All narcotics are addictive to some degree. Oxycodone is moderately strong and is fine when used appropriately.

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What is oxycodone acetaminophen given for?

Pain. Oxycodone is used to relieve moderate to severe pain. Oxycodone is in a class of medications called opiate (narcotic) analgesics. It works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain. Read more...

Is oxycodone acetaminophen stronger than novoprofen?

Yes. Novoprofen is plain ibuprofen, same thing that is in Motrin and many other brands. Depends on what you mean by "stronger" to some extent. If you had inflammation, like a sprained ankle, Ibuprofen is likely to reduce that inflammation over time far more than tylenol (acetaminophen) and oxycodone. However, the oxycodone will have more effects on immediately reducing pain than Ibuprofen does. Also has more risks. Read more...

What if I take tylenol (acetaminophen) with oxycodone how much of each should I take?

Many variables. Do you run 4 min or 20 min miles what do you weigh how fit are you all effect this among others. So of you are fit enough just do it. Read more...

Is there evidence showing oxycodone, vicoden & more alike do not wrk w/o acetaminophen?

No. The combination of narcotics and nsaids is an attempt to improve the efficacy of each drug. They both work well on their own, but together the effect is greatly increased. Read more...
Not true. They work just fine without the acetaminophen. There is some thought that the Acetaminophen enhances the efficacy. Read more...

Does oxycodone 10/325 have more or less tylenol (acetaminophen) than 10/650 n wats da difference?

Obviously yes. The 10/650 has double the amount of tylenol (acetaminophen) than the 10/325. I suggest not to take more than 2-3 times a day otherwise , you are putting your liver at significant risk of damage . If you absolutely need opiate medication regularly in frequent interval to control your pain, it would be advisable to give you plain oxycodone with out tylenol (acetaminophen) . Read more...
10/650 has more. The first number in the 10/325 or 10/650 is the oxycodone dose. The second number in that formulation is the amount of tylenol (or acetaminophen). The 10/650 will have twice the tylenol as the 10/325. Some people respond better with more tylenol, but this also limits how often you can take it in a day due to increased chance of liver toxicity. Hope this helps! Read more...