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Cough/pain - what is the difference between codeine and hydrocodone?

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Anonymous 28 Oct 2012

Hello bfinklea. Hydrocodeine contains aspirin. Codeine does not. Regards pledge

Anonymous 28 Oct 2012

* Hydrocodone contains codeine, aspirin, acetomiaphin. Codeine does not. My excuses.

Anonymous 28 Oct 2012

The difference is the codeine is a straight opiad pain reliever that is used to stop coughing quite regularly. The hydrocodone is about the same & is used also for coughing except is has tylenol in it. You should see it listed on the label with the milligrams such as 5/325. 5 being the mg. of hydrocodone, & 325 being the tylenol milligrams... free discount card

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