I've been taking NOrco for years--not effective any longer--should I take something new? stronger?
- 6 Jul 2012 by carlyj58
I've been taking Norco 10/3.25 for extreme neck, back, knee pain, injuries for years--can take up to 5-6 per day. Is this now too much aceminophen? If so what would be comparable to Norco?
7 Jul 2012
Hello carly. Yes that is too much tylenol. Let your doctor know that the norco is no longer helping your pain and he will probably give you a script of something stronger. Also let him know your concerns about too much tylenol. I hope this helps. pamee
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