Oxycodone vs tylenol 3

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Yes the oxys will be stronger ..... You may end up with a new addiction...You have made it threw over 24 hours I would try to tough it out instend of taking more to stop again......
If you are having a spinal fusion done,you def wont get the pain relief ull need from tylenol 3 for a spinal fusion surgery,at the least you want Hydrocodone(vicodin,better off with Norcos though less tylenol) or the Oxycodone,if u take as prescribed you should be fine.
If you get pure oxycodone, it's a schedule II -- but I'm fairly certain, mixed with tylenol/asprin/etc... it's schedule III (same as Hydrocodone - alone 2 - mixed 3). In any case, it definately 'seems' stronger to me. 60-70MG of Percs always seemed as intense to me as 120/150 Vicodin - but I didn't like the feeling as much. Everything I've read though, does point to longer/worse WD's >= Methadone WD.
I kinda got the same thing when I went from 10mg HCL Oxycodone (no tylenol) to hydrocodone. They made me sick to my stomach and I'm confident that it was the tylenol. Most labels will tell you to take Hydro with food but I never do.... Maybe that's why I got nauseous on them?
this is getting worse and worse forcing me at times to take 3/day - I guess I feel like 3/day is better than none per day). At one point, I was taking 4-5 (5mgs) per day and was able to manage quite well - slept fine, functioned normally, only real problem was the thought of going wild just once and taking a lot - but I restrained myself and stuck to the schedule until I got more pills, and then YET AGAIN, I abused them. So anyone who reads this and can help, please let me know ASAP.
That is very useful info, I never heard of the phenomenom. let us know if there is a site on that. The CTS and ulnar damge was dx in my case also, wonder if hcv triggered it. the ulnar discomfort stems from the elbow, radiates down to the outer hand and might affect the pinky. CTS seem to affect the middle finger and basal thumb joint. i hope caruu gets some answers on his condition. TY, again. is your brother in rehab or is he home yet?
Second, my best friend was prescribed Tylenol 3 while she was pregnant, for migrains. Her son was born addicted, and spent 2 weeks in the NICU. She was taking 1 or 2 three times a day. You should really talk to your doctor about this. There are very few medicaions a pregnant woman can safely take. If your taking something your not sure about, you could be jeperdizing the pregnancy. I really think they will advice you not to, though. Oxycodone is some really powerful stuff.
percocet will also give you polycythemia because of the Tylenol effect on your liver ; you need to be taking plain oxycodone, the narcotic portion of Percocet if that is truly a probem
I don't even think their part of the same family, other than the Tylenol. Anyway, I've been taking mostly the Percocet to save the Lorcet but I also noticed to feel some acheiness & like I was gonna jump outta my skin. Out of curiosity I haven't taken a Lorcet since 3:30 p.m yesterday & around 4:00 today I really started feeling pretty yuck, but instead of taking the Lorcet, I tried the Percocet again instead. I felt ALOT better 30 mins. later.
SO my question is, why does Vicodin seem to work so much better than Tylenol 3 when they are (so I have been told) essentially the same thing? Again I'm ticked because the one medicine that really knocks out this pain without knocking me out is being withheld. I am really getting tired of this. The doc has sugggested a laparoscopic surgery to look for endometriosis. With my luck, I'll be given some advil for post-op pain management.
I am six months in to a slow taper and had gotten down to 3 15mg roxicodone a day. That is I am down from 270mg a day to 45 mg a day. I have decided to switch to Hydrocodone (this was what I was originally prescribed 5 years ago). Here is my problem. I cannot get through the day on 45 mg of Hydro quiet yet. I feel like I have back slid but the hydro just feels useless to withdrawal compared to the roxi. I am taking between 40 and 60 mg a day of the hydro.
As I stated before, last time I went completely cold turkey (stayed that way for a solid month before my migraines got intolerable and I was taking ER visits 2-3 times a week) and I'm wondering if slowly tapering to half for the next day or so might relieve some of these symptoms to avoid total discomfort. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
The percocet has i'll just say tylenol because i can't spell the other word for it. So maybe that combination works better for your pain then just morphine alone. Percocet isn't as strong as morphine so if it works better I would just take that because when the time comes to stop taking pain meds it will (or should be) be easier to get off of a weaker pain med.
Approximately 150mgs of Tramadol is equal to 60mgs of codeine, which as Im sure youre well aware of codeine is one of the weakest opiates out there given for minor aches and pains usually in the form of Tylenol 3's.
Cross tolerance and cross addiction are both existant as they both work on opoid receptors. If you were given percocet, be careful. Percocet contains oxycodone with acetaminophin(tylenol) which is liver toxic. Do your body a favor and atleast run a cold water extraction to remove this. There are many explainations on how to do this basic chemistry online. When your tolerance is high and you need to pop lots of pills, you end up ingesting extremely high amounts of acetaminophin.
Moe--I think that "eye" had a very good idea with the Tylenol#3. It's 30mg of codeine w/Tylenol. You could even break it in half...That with a good cough syrup would do the same thing as what you're doing now. Or even the plain codeine/hydrocodone (hycodan). Ask the doctor about that... Yes, withdrawals do feel like the flu...sort of. The restless legs,insomnia,lack of energy ,is an added horror...
but I did follow what I read what other people did here to relieve their symptoms and I picked the ones that were do-able for me. I took a hot bath at night (to relieve some pain)- took Tylenol & Volteran, Zinc, did a little excercise, ate only food I really enjoyed (to treat myself) and tried to keep myself busy and not think of taking a pill. For the past 2 years, my life was on a pill schedule. My doctors exact words were "Stay ahead of the pain...
12-15 OTC pain meds vs 2 or 3 prescription pain meds... there has to be a point that it becomes better to go prescription than to keep on taking that much OTC stuff.........
Mine's a long story with my own personal feelings and worries about addiction, though I'm just dependent Tylenol with codeine, IMO, isn't much better than tylenol and ibuprofen is probably better. Find the best docs, research the meds they want you on ... go in with full knowledge. When you do get good relief, then work on building yourself up and see how it goes.
I was told I would be on pain management drugs (oxycontin, oxycodone, muscle relaxers, etc.) for the rest of my life. Recently I decided I was sick of being exhausted all the time and I don't want to take my medication any longer even if I am in pain. (Thankfully, exhaustion has really been my only problem with the oxy other than a little constipation. I have been blessed that I didn't have the other side effects that many suffer like fuzzy thoughts, irritability, etc.
Welcome Tramadol Warriors! Fred wrtes, "I stick with it because I remember how the T-train caused INCREASED pain all over my body, in places I never imagined I could have pain. I stick with it because I can remember what it was like to be in the FOG of TRAM, to walk into a room, and forget why I was there, I stick with it because I would rather not get killed on my motorcycle from being too fogged to care what I was doing.
At the top click on clinical information. Scroll down to morphine vs oxycodone vs the patch. This should help out with the comparisons of the pain meds.
yes, i took 160-200mls a day of oxy. the timed release..and i snorted that. and i went c/t you can do this.
What your doctor can do is prescribe oxycodone without the tylenol. The medicine is called roxicodone and the mgs of oxycodone go up to I think 30 mg per pill vs. 5 mg per pill. Keep in mind that many have testified that oxycodone works better with the acetaminophen (i.e., percocet) than without even though the amount of oxycodone has been increased because the tylenol adds a synergistic effect which aids increased pain relief.
You might want to be careful with narcotics. It is easy to become addicted and then you have another problem.
Tylenol 3, oxcodone, Vicodin, Tramadol, morphine, Percocet. (I've also taken Cymbalta and Clonidine for nerve pain. I couldn't tolerate the Cymbalta and I'm still taking the Clonidine. I figure once I get whatever is going on under control I can switch back to the oxycodone. But for right now, I need to have continued good pain control with as few side effects as possible. Thanks for any insight!!!
period usually causes severe hepatoxicity (it sounds like a lot but when taking vicodin with 750mg tylenol per pill it is actually very easy to do in a day, in your case 500mg tylenol per pil, it is also not hard to do which I am sure you know by now.) Doses between 15-20,000mg in 24hrs. have been fatal. This is what leads many doctors to prescribe medications like oxycodone or oxycontin, morphine and codeine more and more.
C and/or treatment. My Dr. okay'd it, as it is easier on the liver than habitual use of tylenol. When I was in severe pain this past year or two, I used it with a vaporizer. Some eat it in baked goods. In my state it is legal, so I wasn't putting myself at risk legally. It really helped with the pain and leg cramping as well as insomnia. Now that I feel better, I rarely vaporize. I don't like to be dependent on anything, so for me, I am happy to stop.
In my opinion there is no need to take more tylenol than required. However you may find that the added acetaminophen does make a difference in your pain levels. Be sure you take it with a little something in your tummy and with a full glass of water and drink another glass soon after. The more liquids the better. This will help dilute the concentration, decreasing some of the suspected liver/kidney toxicity and allow your kidneys and liver easier filtration and easier metabolism.
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