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Darvocet-N 100 - does darvocet have codeine in it?

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phillip6103 23 Sep 2009

no it does not

mpvt 23 Sep 2009

No, Darvocet is a weak painkiller much weaker than codeine. Propoxyphene is the active opiate in darvocet and it is related to methadone and is used sometimes in methadone detox. A lot of doctors stopped ordering it as it was proven that extra strength tylenol was a better painkiller.
The other thing to be watchfull of, just because it is not a good pain killer doesn't mean it isn't dangerous. Stay away from alcohol with propoxyphene as a lot of people accidently od'ed in the 1980 because they drank booze while taking propoxyphene (darvocet,649,darvon). So be carefull... Dave

SaviSmiles 19 Jun 2010

YES!!! Or at least according to my dentist, I cannot take it due to a codine allergy

oxyaaron 29 Sep 2010

no it doesnt

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