What is the difference between hydrocodone-ibuprofen then the regular hydrocodone?

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19 May 2010

The only difference is the Hydrocodone/Ibuprofen has Ibuprofen mixed in with it and the Regular Hydrocone has Tylenol in it. Hope this helps answer your question. They both work good but the one with Ibuprofen in it also helps with inflammation too.

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