Can you mix percocet with tylenol

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He will be aware and give you something else that can work just as well. If you are serious about quitting you have to do this. If you keep them around you will take them.
I have been on all sorts of meds in the past, including vicodin and percocet. My orthopedic Dr. told me before I could mix tylenol with advil and it would equal a pain pill without the narcotic effect. I don't remember how many of each to take and how many hours apart to take each of them. Is this safe? I would rather take these then go back on pain meds! Thanks!
Someone else may have a different experience with it, but I would recommend against it...advil can tear up your stomach and tylenol can tear up your liver, and when you combine them you're just making it that much harder for each system to process them easily. have you tried things like aleve? Naproxen sodium I have found to be a superior pain reliever as far as OTC medications (non prescription) go :-).
Like the others said, stay hydrated as much as you can. With severe diarrhea, you can get dehydrated quickly. Try to eat light foods, small amounts, more frequently than 3 meals a day. As hard as it is, try to get moving a bit too, take a short walk, even if it's around your house once. It WILL help. You're doing great, keep on truckin', and soon you'll be counting off days, then weeks. You can do this, and we'll be here every step of the way for you while you do!!
Do you think you can taper? It's worth a try -- how much were you taking and how long? It makes a difference re tapering.
Also you are far above toxic doses of tylenol. The best option now would be detox with bupenorphine. But if you are doing this just to wait two weeks and then do it all over again, what is the point.
I've noticed that if I wake up in the early morning with WD's and am relying on Darvocet to get me through - that hour wait before they start can really play with your sleep and patience...you're waiting for them to kick in so you can quit squirming, but you may have to lay there for awhile. I hope this all makes sense - YES Neena there is a Santa Claus and Darvocet WILL help you with your withdrawals.
How long did it take you to quit? And, how long were you on meds (was it percocet?) before you decided to quit? I mean, did you just wake up one day and say, ''THAT'S IT!?" Also, do you know if there is some type of out patient program that works maybe faster? Like, a 24 hour type program or anything like that? Please advise, any and all help from all of you is appreciated.
Let your inner voice be the one to talk to your doctor on that next visit, and hopefully you can come up with a plan that you are more comfortable with, as it seems you aren't going to rest continuing on with the way things are now.... Remember: You can do whatever you put your mind to!!
Alright obviously it's a very bad idea to mix alcohol and tylenol, and normally I wouldn't even consider it. However...we have a gift certificate to a REALLY up-scale restaurant in our town, so DH and I are going out tonight...without the kids..for the first time in two years. we REALLY need it, lol. My question is this....I want to have a glass of wine, but I'm taking Vicodin for my migraines.
jhollows right hang in there not long to go before you feel better and you will be proud that u did it u can do it at home i took a vac 1 week to get of this s**t and i did it Today is my 2 week mark and i feel great (Exepct sleepin wrong made my neck hurt but i know i can tough it out dont need no pills for sure) just keep counting the days take hot baths is the best thing ever remember not long to go
Oh, by the way, you can take ibuprofen along with the percocet even though the percocet already has tylenol in it, because ibuprofen and acetominophen are able to be taken together. Just don't take more tylenol along with it, because that will be too much tylenol and it could damage your liver.
8 yrs is a long time and methadone takes a wile to get over if you can pick up some whey proten mix at walmart it gives your brain/body what it needs to heal your best friend is time the longer clean time you get the better you will feel hot soaks with epsom salt will help sleep is tuff but you can try some of the overcouter stuff like alteril you got to get off the percs or you wont even begin to heal kep post for support....
You can do this ! Its Not easy But You can do it! I am a wimp and I am on day 5 Its not all better but by day 3 I was feeling better and as each day passes I get My Life back! The life I decided was mine! Please keep posting it helped me and there are alot of great people with great advice and they will help you through this! Stay strong !
take one to a pharmacist and ask for it to be identified - you can make up some story if you want. also tell your doctor to titrate your dose - few docs ever do this over long periods. he can prescribe the 7.5/325 or 10/325. Or you may try something a little different like hydrocodone 10/325 (Norco). Sometimes switching similar opioids after long-term use keeps their effect strong. it is natural to become tolerant and over one year moving up from 20 mg/day is very reasonable.
I would not do that. You would be mixing 3 pain relievers. Percocet has acetominophen (Tylenol). I doubt your liver would enjoy the mix. I would check with your dentist or pharmacist. If bones are healing, you don't want to take Advil. That's what an orthopedic surgeon once told me. For some problems, you can alternate your pain meds. If your stomach isn't overly sensitive, you can probably handle 3 Advil at once.
is it a fuitless endever to try to wean my-self off this medication, and what I'am experincing is this possible drug with-draw? If so how long can I normally expect this to last. Any imput or suggestions will greatly be appreciated. Last night I took 75mg. of the ultram and slept well.
I really dont have any advice for you but wanted to let you know that you are not alone and someone with more info will be on. The forum was pretty quiet due to the holiday. You are lucky to have your daughter here and cleaning up now. Have you talked about some aftercare with her or getting her into a support group? She is very lucky to have a caring mother on her side and that little handsome guy is lucky to have you as a grandma!!! Hang in there and keep watching your post.
Oxycodone stands alone with no anti-inflammatories or Tylenol though it is often used with those drugs in preparations like Vicoden. It is a narcotic, but the only thing giving me pain relief (along with neurontin).
Hello, I am 46 year old male, I wake at 5 AM, I take 3 shots of vodka with a 10/325 Endocet and 1 Tylenol 3 with codeine. - At noon, I take 3 shots of vodka and a 10/325 Endocet, and one half mg Xanax. - At dinner I take 3 shots vodka and a 10/325 Endocet. At night I I have one drink, 1mg Xanax, and 5/325 percocet. I go to bed early, before midnight. I dont sleep over two hours at once, up at 5am with the runs and withdraw next morning, go to bathroom, take shower, and start again.
You need to decide that you are ready to take steps to help yourself and to have someone to help you through the process. People can only help those who truly want to help themselves. Nothing can happen until you decide that you truly want to start your recovery process. Once you make this decision ou may be surprised as to the level of support that you will receive. I will help you once you deceide to help yourself. Just let me know.
Maybe you should look into getting him a home tutor for awhile.
Hi there! You really need to just stop the pills. Honestly, you shouldn't mix phentermine with an opiate of any kind. It is a stimulant and the opiate is a depressant. NOT a good mixture and NOT healthy for your body or mind. Now...there are things you can do to help the WDs and make them more bearable. Read the thomas recipe on the health pages. It's probably not going to be as bad as you think! Just have a positive attitude. It is SO worth it!!! Good luck, sweetie! You can do this!
(Percocet has Tylenol (acetaminophen) in it so you never want to take that in addiction to your Percocet.) You can also talk to the pharmacist about ibuprofen and how best to take it with your Percocet. (Also some people find good relief with OTC Aleve.
You can quit tramadol. You can stop. You can recover. I believe in you!
I am proud of you for talking about this. I really have to suggest that you speak with your psychiatrist and let him/her know what is going on. If you are on psych meds, he may be able to adjust them. It is hard to go through withdrawal when you have other health concerns. I hate to suggest that you take anything during this period. we, as addicts, easily become cross addicted and I do want to see you get well.
If this doctor is going to continue to be your pain management doctor, it is unlikely he will prescribe narcotics for you again. If your pain isn't being controlled, you can try having a frank discussion with him, and throw yourself on his mercy and say you'll never make that mistake again. You can also try to find a new doctor to manage your pain, but that may be difficult due to what happened with this physician. Good luck with everything.
If you notice a commonality to the allergy, great, you can avoid those things. You can even write down everything you were exposed to, close to the day you got the reaction, and figure it out. And anytime you get a runny nose, you are going to get a headache, so could be a few allergies are at the root of your migraines. Which a very good idea if you tend to get allergic, is to build up your immune system by eating well and so forth, the stuff I recommended earlier.
Hi there, I'm with you all the way about being at my wits end. I'm sick of this. I've had one surgery where they removed endo and also had to have a hysteroscopy to remove a polyp in the middle of my uterus ( I was having ALOT of midcycle bleeding) and that was 2 yrs ago. I have god awful periods. I'm trying to keep this as short as possible lol. First it was my lower stomach hurting all the time, then my lower back, and now it radiates down from my hips to my thighs.
Hi Tramadol Warriors, I know you can do this. People are here to help you. It's going to be ok.
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