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Is there any drugs without acetaminophen in them, like hydrocodone?

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8 Sep 2011

medications like this for pain that are opiates/narcotics like hydrocodone without the acetaminophen/tylenol are: straight oxycontin/oxycodone, demerol/meperidine, fentanyl, morphine, kadian, opana, methadone. others all contain acetaminophen/tylenol like: percocet, roxicet, vicodin, lortab. Hope i answered your question!

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