What kind of opiates do not contain acetaminophen?

Answers (1)

14 Feb 2011

There are several opiate products that do not contain acetaminophen. Oxycodone comes in a long acting and short acting forms that do not contain acetaminophen, as does morphine. Oxymorphone and hydromorphone are available without acetaminophen. Tramadol is available without acetaminophen. Acetaminophen is often listed on an Rx as APAP. If you see APAP in the generic name of the opioid it contains acetaminophen. There are many opioids available without acetaminophen.

Votes: +1
DzooBaby 14 Feb 2011

Many opiates are used in combination with acetaminophen to potentiate the pain relieving factor. Opiates are available in combination with acetaminophen or without.

Anonymous 15 Feb 2011

Great answer DzooBaby, and right on!

Further Information

Search for questions

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

Similar questions

How does methacarbomal help withdrawals from opiates?

How does Robaxin help with withdrawals symptoms from opiates?

1 answer 15 Sep 2010

Does opiates make your pain worse?

I have never told my story and lived off drugs.com to keep me confident while fighting the opiate physical addiction. I was on opiates ,morphine, ...

5 answers 18 Feb 2011

If on suboxone will opiates show up in blood draw?

Pulled over by police, only thing I have been on is suboxone and anti drepression medicine, Lexapro. Police are saying several opiates showed up and ...

1 answer 31 Aug 2011

What is Suboxone?

Is it something you use to get off opiates or is it a pain medication? I am kind of confused cause I have read people using it to detox. Then I read ...

2 answers 14 Nov 2011

Acetaminophen - what is Trismus?

and hypotention & hypertention? How do I know if my liver is bad? I just got out of detox for opiates with acetaminophen.

2 answers 2 Jul 2013