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4 Feb 2013
Opioids, like hydrocodone, decrease your respirations. Everyone is different as far as what amount triggers the respiratory depression. It could be the reason you felt you couldnt catch your breath. If a person goes to sleep with decreased respirations, they may not wake up. It is very dangerous to take more medication than prescribed. If a drug isnt helping your pain, you shouldnt increase your dose without consulting your Dr. This shouldnt be a permanent thing, just be sure to stick to your prescribed doses from now on.
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