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

Answers (1)

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!

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

What is the difference between hydrocodone/acetaminophen(wts) and hydrocodone/acetaminophen(mkr)?

what is the difference between hydrocodone/acetaminophen(wts) and hydrocodone/acetaminophen(mkr) and where can i find a listing of medications with ...

2 answers 27 Aug 2009

What is the diference between Acetaminophen Hydrocodone bitarate and APAP Hydrocodone bitarate?

I have two different Prescriptions one tablet says Watson 853 and the other says M363, when looking them up one says Acetaminophen Hydrcodone and the ...

1 answer 13 Nov 2009

What is the difference between oxycodone/acetaminophen and hydrocodone/acetaminophen?

I've taken oxycodone/acetaminophen before and it worked for the pain at that time. Now (years later) I pulled some muscles in my back and the ...

4 answers 27 Apr 2010

What is the most acetaminophen thats allowed to be put in acetaminophen/hydrocodone meds?

are they putting less acetaminophen in the pills now?

2 answers 25 Apr 2014