Darvoset has worked very well for me in the past but was told it has been banned. I received Tramadol 50 mg to replace Darvoset but it makes my head feel out of it and makes me constapated. I can not take nsaids they make me weeze.
Darvocet-N 50 - Is there another pain reliever that works like Darvoset?
- 17 Jul 2012 by clynnj2548
- 19 March 2014
- darvocet a500, darvocet-n 100, darvocet-n 50, pain, tramadol
Added 20 Jul 2012:
I do not know exactly what the difference is between Darvocet-N 50 and N-100. But N-100 was the type I used. I never had any side effects, and it worked!!!
In my experience Darvocet is a very mild painkiller. Maybe you could try Ultram (which I believe is something like tramadol). Or if your doctor is willing Percoset 5/325 which would also give you the benefit of the aceteminophen (sp?) (tylenol). If they are too strong you could take 1/2 which I would compare with 1 Darvocet. Discuss this with your doctor. Unfortunately though, a lot of the painkillers cause constipation. I take a stool softener every night to avoid that side effect and it works like a charm. I hope this helps. Wishing you patn-free days! Lisa Z.
what do you take when U R allergic to acetaphemin and NSAIDs? I used to take Darvon-the original- good for broken bones, etc. Helped with the severe pain from IBS cramps- later the stupid darvocet came out-of course it caused liver problems- I told the idiots that I couldn't take the darvocet-- Take it- I took one they stared at me for a half hour-said I was just fine. An hour later I was in the ER connected to IVs.
I'm also prone to seizures so tramadol isn't a good fit. I do well with codeine-if I could just have 3 codeine when they think my arm is broken or something. I don't need pain management-just something to break pain--I'm not a quiet person-that was just fine with the military-but the civilians and the DEA--- so I use self-hypnotism---
Darvocet-N-50 is a narcotic pain reliever and Tramadol is not. I have 2 herniated disc in my spine and was taking Darvocet for about 6-7 years before the FDA removed it from circulation. At that time, my doctor switched me to Vicodin, which is also a narcotic pain reliever and works just as good as the Darvocet did. You will not find any relief from Tramadol or any other non-narcotic pain medication, believe me when I tell you this I've tried them all with no success! hope this helps.
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