my ex is a Vicodin addict, and now i found 4 pills in his truck, looked them up on here, and they came up as gabapentin. since he does not have epilepsy, I don't know why he would have these. it did say in the description NOT to use with Vicodin Which I know he uses daily. Is there an effect from using the 2 together? I am confused. If any one knows, fill me in. We have kids together, so i am already worried knowing about the constant Vicodin habit, but now am starting to suspect there is even more pills apparently.
Anyone know if there is a street use for gabapentin/Neurontin?
Question posted by jayden0900 on 25 Nov 2009
Last updated on 26 June 2018 by Jza
Gabapentin is absolutely a narcotic. Has been for about a year, it got scheduled because... People bought it on the street
Neurontin is not just for epilepsy. its also used for nerve pain, depression, and mood swings. ive been prescribed vicodin and Neurontin b4 but am currently on 800 mgs 4xs a day as well as my percocet. i switched pain mgt doctors once b4 and i had been prescribed the same even by the better pain mgt dr. they train specifically on these type of drugs and wouldnt prescribe them together if it wasnt ok to mix them. he should b fine hun. if its worrying u that much call a pain mgt dr in ur area.
Ok so yes the are sold in the streets because my mom and alot other people I know sell them I just don't know how much for
Neurontin is a seizure medication also used for chronic pain but it is not a narcodict
it is not a narcotic so "no" there is no value of ot on the street. What they order gabapentin for is nerve pain and it ca n be very effective. When you take Neurontin (gabapentin) along with hydrocodone (a.k.a. Vicodin), it decreases the bioavailability of the hydrocodone by up to 22%! While the bioavailability of Neurontin (gabapentin) is increased by 14%. It's even odder when combined with morphine. So it isn't really dangerous it just makes the vicodin weaker then it already is.
If he has chronic pain and is going to have it for life then he needs to get off vicodin as it is useless for long term pain. You end up with a huge tolerence to it and you stand a really good chance of abusing it. It is just not strong enough and it doesn't have the lasting effect that sustained release opiates have.
I used to take 120 percocets in about 4 hours and it was shit. The tolerence that you can develop by abusing these weak opiates is frightening.
He should be on something like oxycontin (sustained release oxycodone), Kadian (morphine sulfate extended-release), Palladone (sustained release hydromorphone (dilaudid)). So there is all kinds of good sustained release pain killers... Good luck...
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