I do not take either of these unless codeine is connected to lorcet. My atttorney found that soma has an isoenzyme of morphine in it. If so, how can I get information to prove this please help
7 Feb 2011
Go to the top of this screen & click Drugs A to Z. Find the ones you are concerned about & find out. My husband was taking Soma for back surgery & was told it is a muscle relaxer. Lortab is a hydrocodone I believe. (I didn't look them up just going from previous scripts). I took Lorcet tabs on a trip back from Florida Spine Institute to Illinois where I live because Vicodin weren't strong enough(car trip). Although Lortab & Vicodin are the same thing, the Lortab is stronger. Are you concerned about addiction ? Is this an acute attack or do you have chrontic pain? Let us know , & how you are doing!
7 Feb 2011
Yes, the lorcet is hydrocodone which is similar to codeine, I believe, in its metabolites. You already found your answer for the soma. Have your attorney contact a reputable pharmacist or toxicologist to give you exact information on the chemical nature of these drugs.
What was the drug test for? What kind of proof do you need and for whom?
Sorry I can't be of more help,
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