... and think i should switch. i am going to the doc tomarrow, and would like to give him suggestions. thanks, nanc
What is the difference between norco 10/325 and percocet. I am buliding a tolerance to the norco,?
Question posted by girlmuskyhunter on 15 April 2012
Last updated on 21 June 2022
p.s. am on disability for migraines, have tried all non narcotic pain relievers without relief, so, by having been on them so long i have a high tolerance. i tried suboxone, and it did nothing for the pain, made me so sick when i came off of it. fioricet makes me mean, so maybe a long-term effect med, and a break-through? or a patch? any suggestions?
An ER doctor told me that opiates/opioids DO NOT relieve headaches or migraines….. On the contrary, they create “bounce back” or “re-bound” headaches
Percocet is way stronger than Norco.
Norco has Tylenol and Percocet has asprin. As for migraines, I have had debilitating migraines since I was a child and I recently was on a patch and i suggest do not do it. I was so sick. Topamax calmed them from like 15 a month to like 3 or 4 so it was worth it. Every medicine is different for each person. When you take these new meds you take chances. Good luck... I also take Norco 10-325 hope this helps
Norco contains Tylenol
Percocet contains aspirin
I recommend you let the Dr. make the suggestions. Many of them don't like it when the patient "self-prescribes" and requests specific meds. As for the difference my Doc tells me Oxycodone (Percocet) is 2 1/2 times more potent than Hydrocodone (Norco). Have you tried Imitrex for the Migraines? Another thing over the counter is Excedrin Migraine Relief, believe it or not it works sometimes. Be aware of how much Acetaminophen you're ingesting, these days they're saying no more than 2,000mg daily. Was this helpful? Please click on helpful.
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