I take 6-7 Acetaminophen/Hydrocodone pills a day for pain - is that dangerous?

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Anonymous

15 Sep 2009

Anyone who takes Hydrocodone for an extended period every single day is in danger of becoming addicted to them and the acetaminophen is awfully hard on the liver. Are you taking them under the care of a doctor? Are you finding that you are taking more of them than he/she suggests? Be very careful and do not drink alcohol on them.

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