Are there any pain medications that do not contain Tylenol?
- 12 Jun 2013 by Sam62
- tylenol, pain, medication, pain medication, pain relief
12 Jun 2013
Sure. Many. Oxycodone can be taken instead of percocet for instance.
12 Jun 2013
Yes, there are many out there that do not have Tylenol in them, but , it is better if you ask your pharmacist or of you are needing a pain medication that does not contain Tylenol ask your doctor to prescribe you one.
20 Jun 2013
since I posted this I have started taking Oxycontin percaset. 5mg take 1 1/2 every 4 to 5 hrs. its Ok I just don't like the groggy feeling. I was on nor-co
with less Tylenol. we'll see how this goes for now.
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