Acetaminophen/Hydrocodone - is hydrocodone acetaminophen an opioid?

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20 Sep 2012

Yes, just the hydrocodone is the opiate. Acetaminophen is just Tylenol. You want to have the lowest dose of this as it can harm your liver.

Hope that helps.

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20 Sep 2012

Yes, it's a semi-synthetic.

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Anonymous

20 Sep 2012

yes, there are 2 drugs, acetaminophen is the generic name for Tylenol . Hydrocodone it the opiate and it is addictive so please be careful taking it. :)

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