Hydrocodone nausea relief

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I TOO HAVE BEEN TAKING HYDROCODONE 7.5 EVERYDAY FOR ABOUT ALMOST 2 YEARS NOW. IT STARTED OUT WITH JUST ONE OR TWO A DAY, BUT I AM NOW UP TO 6-10 A DAY. IT ALL STARTED WITH SEVERE BACK PAIN AFTER HAVING MY DAUGHTER 3 YEARS AGO. NOW IM HAVING MORE AND MORE PROBLEMS RIGHT AFTER THE OTHER. IM ON THE PROBABLE LIST OF MS, AND I JUST HAD A COCCYGEAL BLOCK DONE JUST LAST WEEK DUE TO A CRACKED TAILBONE.
Loritab is is an analgesic (painkiller) combination containing acetaminophen and hydrocodone used to relieve moderate to severe pain. Hydrocodone is a narcotic and is habit forming. One Lortab tablet may contain up to 500 mg of acetaminophen (abbreviated as APAP). Hydrocodone Bitartrate........................................................5 mg Acetaminophen...............................................................
2 asprin do nothing - used to take up to 6 for pain relief thus the hydrocodone from the cancer doc...thinking i'll return to that routine (i don't think the asprin and the chemo mixed well) what is valerian? herbal? is Hylands a pretty common otc?
I have type 1a stage 2 4th day of tx viral ct 8 million. I have joint pain, but had it before tx.. My dr, primary phy would not give me hydrocodone with the stuff that tylenol had in it, but did give me vicodine with the stuff advil has as primary pain reliver..did gave up alcohol the day I was told I had HVC, thats been about three 12 weeks ago. I have read in this forum that the accetametophin (hope I spelled it correctly) is not harmful as long as alcohol is not involved...any ideas?
I have taken Pepto with little relief and am taking vitamins but I just do not want to do anything and its making everyone crazy around the house since nothing is getting done. I read so many stories on this site and it inspires me but still want to take one to feel relief knowing all to well I will end up right where I started, not the answer. Any additional advise would be helpful. Thanks.
I have been taking 4 hydrocodone a day for the past 2+ years and have been increasing up to 7 per day. I feel like its destroying my life and am scared for my little girls 4 and 8. I need to get off for them as well for my health but withdrawel is the worst feeling and I feel like I will not get through it and succeed. I know many will tell me it will last a few days and get better in about a week. But will the craving for it ever go away or will I live with the feeling forever?
I have been taking hydrocodone for about 2 1/2 years at an increasing rate, ending up with the 7.5 strength and about 18-20 per day. I do have severe arthitis pain and am a 51 year old woman. I have to cut down and recently cut down to 10 a day and have experienced physical and emotional withdrawal symptoms. I have some clonidine and don't know how much to take for withdrawal. What is the recommended dosage.
I want to withdraw from Hydrocodone. I've been on pain meds steadily for 2 years. A year and a half ago, I came off cold turkey from Percocet which I had been using for 6 weeks. It was the worst experience of my life. Physical symptoms were horrible, but the depression was worst. I have always struggled with depression and take effexor. I have used the drugs to self-medicate. Lately i've been taking Vicodin ES. It no longer gives me that HAPPY feeling just keeps me going.
I can easily take six norcos without nausea and complete pain relief. (I have done this before, shame on me, but I don't do this often.) I asked for a long-acting pain medication. He prescribed me Methadone 5mg... for some reason I do not feel the same on Methadone 5mg as Norco. I am not sure if I feel any difference in my pain... it went down to 6-ish. I wonder if the dose was too low for someone who is as opiate tolerant as I am? He also says I can take Norco for breakthrough pain.
Okay, my name is Tracy and I'm 28. I'm addicted to Hydrocodone. I started taking them last year after having a bunch of dental work done. So here I am a year later still taking them. I but them from an associate so I take anywhere from 5-10 pills a day(mostly 8) and they range from 5mg to 10mg. I loved the way they made me feel, I got through a whole year of school on them. Just recently I took some and couldn't get euphoria feeling anymore so I kept taking them.
I've been reading online about hydrocodone withdrawal and googled withdrawing from hydrocodone and todays date. So yes, this is the first time I've posted. Thank you for your reply. It does help to know I'm not alone.
I'm on my third nausea medication and I'm not really certain its going to help. Thinking about perhaps getting an upper endoscopy done because I am having really severe kind of heartburn type pain that I've never ever had before. I've actually never had heartburn in my life (save for an extremely short stint prior to having my gall bladder out), kind of weird I know, but with all of my other health issues, I guess I was spared that one.
Five months afer her surgery, soma was cut out of her medication as she began experiencing nausea and vomiting. At present, she takes 350 mg of vicodin three to four times per day, yet continues to complain of excruciating pain in her neck, (worse than the initial pain following her surgery). She is listless, defensive and agitated, but occasionally shows bursts of energy.
oxycodone, oxycontin, hydrocodone; 2nd choice: morphine. have been regularly taking 140-180 mg. of opiates a day. what can i do for the withdrawls? i am a 48 YO woman and have high blood pressure and have panic attacks if i don't get the opiates into my system on a regular basis. i still have to work; can't take time off work but still need to be able to function.
Fentanyl patches are designed to release medication over a period of time and hopefully provide better pain relief than increased amounts of oral medication. Nausea is not an unusual side effect, but you need to determine whether this nausea you are experiencing is more than a usual adjustment to taking a significant medication.
I was just really surprised that I not only got no relief from the hydrocodone, but had such an awful reaction stomach-wise to it, especially after having taken it for so long in the past and never having it bother me. And it wasn't just an "eh" feeling, it was violent, gut-wrenching nausea.
You know whats to come, day 3 and 4 are the worst. try the Thomas Recipe that helps. OTC meds help with sleep and RLS. It will be hard but you can do it. Take your life back. It sounds like you have a lot of people who love you. I dont no anything about tramodol but i am sure someone on here does. Keep posting, post as many times as you need to. wishing you luck!
Oxycotin is supposed to be used in cases where the patient needs to take it for long term use, it is not recommended for post-op pain relief, despite this many doctors still do perscribe it for pos-op pain relief. If your brother tells the doctor that the percocet is not lasting the full four hours maybe he will either switch him over or tell him to take the percocet every 3 hours instead, after my first surgery i was taking percocet 2 tabs every 3 hours for months.
Opiates are my favorite, and hydrocodone 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.
I am a 33 year old mother, no pre existing medical conditions, after giving birth last year I became dependant on hydrocodone, at first it helped the pain, then began to help with the energy, and before you knew it I was hooked, line n sinker. As of today I feel like a slave to these pills, and the mental aspect of knowing what I want and need to do seems like it would make it easy, as I have never had anything in my entire life with such control over me.
Vicodin has a dose of acetaminophen, and more importantly, a dose of hydrocodone, which is another opioid.analgesic. Hydrocodone is advised as potentially being habit forming. Anyway, if this is what you took, some people do get a lift mood-wise from hydrocodone. With opioids, if you are among the ones that feel more settled because of them, it is possible that dopamine is a component of your problems concerning anxiety.
I've never taken Hydrocodone to get high. It's for pain relief. The result is the same tho. If I don't take it then I feel the same withdrawal symptoms as if I had taken it to get high. And so I have to either keep taking it, increasing and increasing the dose in order to get any relief, or get off of it. Right now my head is killing me. I can barely see. The pressure is squeezing on my optic nerves and causing visual disturbances - even tho I've had special surgeries to save my vision.
Due to chronic pain I was put on Hydrocodone (Loritab 750) I was prescribed 2 a day 500mg to start then 2 a day 750 up to 3 a day all in a 2 year period. Just recently because of my drs concern for the tylenol affect to my liver I now use the Duragesic Patch 50 mg which has been such a relief...I am able to do almost anything without worrying about the pain I will feel tomorrow. The dr was happy to give me the patch and I am happy to have it. What is this doing to me physically...
gave perscribed me Hydrocodone as well as the Hydrocodone that i was already getting from my Neurologist. I started using them more often (vs. taking them "as needed") and I realized that I couldnt function on a daily basis if I didnt have them. This past Christmas (December '06) I somehow managed to go through 8 bottles of Hydrocodone (qty. 20 - 10/325) in less than 3 weeks.
he is withdrawing from hydrocodone, percocet and other opiates. This is day 1. what can we do to get ant relief for him??? It's like he has the flu bone pains too mostly in back. is shaking and can't be still pacing back and forth.
( I have an appointment to see him again on 28th July, but until then my regular Doctor would be happy for me to be pain free... as I've been suffering a lot abd missing work and University a bit lately. Voltaren Rapid isn't working, and I was wondering what is a good pain killer type medication to help both the 'period pain' severe cramps coupled with the scar tissie on my nerves causing pain in the local area and referring to my back.
Five or so months age my wife started taking hydrocodone for pain. She was fairly guarded with me about when she took it and how much. If I attempted to "pry" she would get very deffensive and accuse me of trying to step in on her better judgements, this offended her greatly. Over the past few months she seems to go in and out of using the drug for episodes of pain and possibly at times for feeling better overall.
I also took a couple of valium when I went to the ER for some relief from a really bad rash I had. Otherwise I get by without them ok. Also, I would think it's unlikely your doctor will prescribe them to you on an ongoing basis. From my experience, most hepatologists simply assume (or suspect) their patients are in all likelihood former or currently active IV drug users (due to the large percentage of patients who contracted HCV that way).
Help..... I am addicted to hydrocodone. I have taken some time off work to get off of this runaway train. It has affected my life totally. I have to do this myself at home.I have heard to get plenty of Malox for my stomach and some aleve or advil, some people even say take meds to calm you through the process such as xanax or valium (just to get over the initial withdrawals).
I was on a combined total of 300mg of hydrocodone and oxycodone a day for pain, 200mg zoloft and 10mg ambien for my anxiety/PTSD. I had been through a ton of other meds before that but that is where I was when I stopped. I went "cold turkey" off everything. Ended up in the ER cuz my body went into shock from opiate withdrawal (was on opiates for over 5 years). I just didn't want to be slave to medication anymore and had no clue that would happen. Anyway, ended up on methadone.
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