Are there any pain medications that do not contain Tylenol?

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12 Jun 2013

Sure. Many. Oxycodone can be taken instead of percocet for instance.

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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.

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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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Lisa01 21 Jun 2013

Hopefully you'll find that the groggy feeling is not as intense when you've become a little more used to the medication. Sometimes your body just needs to adjust. Hopefully that will be the case with you.
Lisa

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