Hydrocodone extraction

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me, constant talking/texting/facebooking. My kids found a bottle of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> from a prescription for their wisdom teeth extraction from about 5 months ago. There were three bottles that used to be kept in the safe and it looks as if she combined them into one bottle. I know from friends with the disorder that people will try to self-medicate. My brother in law probably has the disorder too and used to medicate with Tylenol PM to keep his mind from racing and get some sleep.
I recently heard of someone who states that they have crushed up their 10/325 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> and snorted it through their nose like someone would do cocaine. First of all, why would someone do this type of thing and wouldn't the drugs that are in it screw up your nose like the acetaminophen that is in it? I've never quite understood this. Thanks in advance for clearing this up for me.
or supplier has but I find these more common anyway. If you are unable to find the 10/325 there is an hot/cold water <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> method you can use. I feel I have yet to master this because I have tried it twice and the finished product didn't exactly feel like my normal dose of hydro. Granted you will lose some in the process...anyway. Good Luck, and for the safety of your liver. LESS APAP!
Hi - I've been on a scrip for <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> for about a year, only 2 10/500 pills/day. Is that an addictive quantity of the drug? I normally quite taking them for a few days like every other month or so - haven't ever noticed any effect other than probably some imagined joint pain. Nothing like the horror stories posted here for certain. Probably like everyone else, I do get "stoned" off of them infrequently - ie take 4 at a time.
Hi, I am day 19 clean from 8 year daily opiate addiction, am lifelong alcoholic,( although I haven't drank in weeks) , and until the recent change in FDA rules on amounts of APAP in <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> /APAP formulations, was using cold water <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> to crush and filter APAP out of Hydro pills (mainly 10/660's) as have had high alt in past (80's 90's)now alt-42 lipase-78 , so not bad, but have been having terrible stomach issues starting aprox. 6 months before detox.
Plenty of women are prescribed <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span>, if you abuse it, it heightens the risk of baby having a possible addiction. If youve taken it before & have had no problems then i would take it. I have some from when they prescribed me some for my tooth extraction, & im not a pill popper and didnt even need them :/ theyll probably come in handy later though so i keep em just in case.
Opiates are my favorite, and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> has been especially easy and fairly cheap to obtain (at times!). I do experience bad back pain sometimes, but for the most part just like 'em. after having an almost endless supply for around a year and a half, my supply was pretty much gone. Oh, no! What to do when you're up to 10 7.5's a day and have NO CHOICE but to stop? I had a little more than thirty pills when the bad news came, so immediately I started weaning.
he had put an imense amount of pressure on my jaw when he was extracting my tooth, he was hanging on my head to try to get the tooth out, all along the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> tool slipping of my tooth, and cracking into the other teeth in my mouth...!!!! ATYPICAL FACIAL pain is nerve damage right? my jaw /face muscles spasm, and my throat muscles spasm sooo bad it hurts...when i talk, it hurts more.....my teeth throb, and my gums feel like they are on fire!!! this is a nightmare...!!!! DR.
This gene, which is just a particular strand of your DNA, has several different variants, ranging from super-efficient versions to virtually non-functional. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span>, codeine, tramadol, and several other opioids are oxidatively metabolised by the enzyme encoded in the 2D6 gene. hydrocodone also needs the 3A4 gene as part of its metabolic pathway.
I had a single dental <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> and bone graft performed on Thursday, March 13th after two bad root canals and a bad crown that wasn't sealed on properly by another dentist. He also scraped away alot of infection due to the crown and root canals being "bad." It's now Tuesday the 18th (5 and 1 half days after) and my pain has increased. My periodontist is wonderful - he even saw me today after I called worried about the pain and throbbing I'm still having.
I am now up to 20 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span>/norco a day...sometimes taking 20 10/500 pills which is damaging my liver and killing my body all together. I live in the DFW area and was wondering if anyone knows of any low cost or free rehab centers in the area?? I have very little money and have lost my job and feel like because I'm not rich, have no job, and I do not have insurance that I'll never have the chance to get the help I need to get off these pills.
I had a crown on a bicuspid break off which required oral surgery to extract the root tip. Following the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> I had pain for an extended period of time which required narcotic pain relievers. The next procedure was a bridge/crown prep. for the tooth in front and behind the missing bicuspid. Experiencing severe pain with swelling and gum inflammation. The dentist says this is normal due to pulling the gum tissue back when preparing for the temporary bridge.
after the removal of your tooth, you will feel good because the area where the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> took place will be numb. It will take a few hours for it to wear off and after that you may experience anything from a mild tooth ache to a great deal of pain...it's hard to tell. I cannot tell you how to take your medication but I can tell you that when I had my tooth extracted, I waited until the Novocaine had almost wore off and then took a pain pill.
They gave me narcotic painkiller (<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span>) and penicillin. I hate the way I feel after taking <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span>, but I do need it in order to be able to sleep at night. How long is dry socket usually last? When will the intensity of the pain start to diminish? The dentist also put some type of paste into it, but it only lasted one day...it somehow came off after 12 hours. I need to go back to the dentist again, with my very tight schedule and wallet, I can not keep this on forever.
The pain is excruciating and unbearable. I was given a prescription for <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> but get no relief whatsoever. I called my dentist office yesterday to let them know I am still suffering and they had me come in immediately to check my progress out. Of course everything looks wonderful and she said the healing process is going right at the pace it should be and inquired on my pain.
He gave me <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> script and that doesn't seem to help the pain for long. Could I have an infection that my dentist couldn't catch in an xray? Please help!!
I've been given a bottle of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> after getting my wisdom teeth surgically removed. I've only taken it 3 times because i believe i've come to the realization that i get really bad nausea from it, and have already thrown up 3 times (from one-two doses). I've followed the instructions on the bottle, but have discontinued use since yesterday, and since then have been taking Advil Liqui-Gels, but i am still very nauseated. How long would this nausea tipically last?
I recently had to have a wisdom tooth <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span>. That is NOT fun... and on top of that I developed a dry socket! Which is worse than having the extraction! To make a long story shorter, I have had difficulty becoming addicted to painkillers. I finally ... after months of addiction, kicked the habit. Before, during and after my surgical extraction my doctor prescribed me oxycodone as well as hydrocodone.
The lowest amount of tylenol that I know of that comes with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> would be in Norco tablets. They contain 10mg of the hydrocodone and only 325mg of tylenol. Maybe talk to your doctor about switching you to oxycodone instead? Oxycodone comes in tablet form that's just pure oxycodone, it has no tylenol or acetaminophen in it at all. It's stronger than hydrocodone, too, so the 5mg tablet (the smallest one they make) might even work as well for you as the 7.5mg vicodin.
I have had wisdom teeth removed, a bad tooth extracted and my gallbladder removed in the past. for each of these I was prescribed either <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> (vicodin) and tylenol 3. I have terrible reactions to these meds.I feel sick to my stomach, very dizzy, and I usually end up vomiting or having dry heaves (not fun when you have abdominal stitches for a gallbladder extraction.) They didn't help much with the pain either and I decided the pain was preferable to the side effects of the drugs.
I was 31 weeks went to the dentist and had my wisdom tooth & a absess tooth pulled. They gave me 20 hydrocodone 5mg for the pain.I even had an xray done on my mouth.
and have in general not needed to take a holiday from them (but I work 12 hours a day) However I just recently had a run in with my Pharmacist whom refused to fill a “separate prescription” from my oral surgeon whom (after a 20 minute grueling bout with a stubborn molar <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span>) prescribed <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> /Acetaminophen (Lortab) 7.5/500) for reasons unknown, or why my oral surgeons prescription was refused a filling (16 tabs) is in question.
I have been clean of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> for 33 days. I have some samples of Ultram and I'm tempetd to try one to see if it helps with pain. I mowed for 5 hours yesterday and I'm hurting everywhere. I've never gotten a buzz from the Tram before but I wonder if it's dangerous to even try it again. I havn't had any cravings for Norco, so I am hoping that an occasional use of a stronger pain reliever might be ok. Does anyone think this is a really bad idea?
after many failed therapies and medicines such as Tramadol, Diclofenac, most NSAIDs, anti-depressants (Cymbalta, Zoloft), Lyrica, steroid injections (Kenalog, Depo Medrol), and Skelaxin, I believe it's time to see a pain specialist, someone who know what they're talking about when it comes to pain. I tried some of my left over <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> from my wisdom teeth extraction, and its the only thing that has helped, and I didn't notice any bad side effects like many people say.
He then gave me prescriptions for PenVK (antibiotic) and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> for pain and told me to take those and made appt. for tomorrow (Mon) for extraction, after the infection was under control. I took all the meds exactly as prescribed and spent a miserable two days with it not getting better, but in fact actually getting worse! By Fri. night it was so bad, with bad pain, and with swelling on my jaw and big lump like a walnut. It felt like somebody punched me in the jaw.
The fact that she has been unable to tolerate a pain reliever (Darvocet makes her nauseous, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> makes her goofy, started Narcotic pain patch and Tordal today) that will touch the pain has been somewhat disheartening. Mom is 66 and has always been extremely healthy & fit, but the intense pain & time that she has been down is really starting to wear on her. She can lift her hand behind her head so her movement is good.
I got progressively worse and finally found myself using the cold water <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> to enhance the buzz. This occured about a month ago. That is when I really knew that I was in trouble and that what was next I could not even imagine. I have not had a drink in 10 years and am terrified that I will pick up eventually and let me tell you I CAN NOT DRINK without death being right behind. Anyways, I decided a couple of weeks ago that I had to quit the pills.
Hey, I'm new here...I just have a question. I've been on 7.5/500 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> for about a month now. It started with having a severely abcessed tooth...I took those til I had the tooth pulled a week later (was given 30 pills and in a week I took 25). after it was pulled I was given antibiotics & more pain killers. I have abnormally large roots so it left a hole twice the size of a normal molar...so he said it would take twice as long to heal...which it has. That time I was given 20 pills....
I was given no pain medicine at the VA until about 8 hour after the surgery and my jaw swell up big. Was this right? Then after I complainted they gave me some <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hydrocodone</span> bitartrate and Acetaminophen 5 mg/500mg. My question is would this be proper to waite so long and do this medicine have something in it to fight an infection or does it just fight the pain?
I needed to go to an oral surgeon for the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>extraction</span> process. I do hate that I have had over 8 months clean with the help of sub, but know that I have taken hydrocodone I feel like I have failed. I know that I honestly used the pain medicine for actual pain, but I still feel bad. I guess that's just life. Well enough rambling on and on..gotta go thanks everyone...
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