taking for peripheral neuropathy due to sarcoidosis, syringomyelia with syrinx, diabetes; fibromyalgia, constant pain most days 8-10 some days off the scale; awaiting a total knee replacement in August. Please help... I cannot affort to pay any fees due to retired and on a fixed pension with less than $100 for groceries each month. Thank you.
What's the difference between vicodin and vicodin HP?
- 19 Jun 2012 by Linn76
- 19 June 2012
Vicodin is a hydrocodone/acetaminophen combo with 5mg of hydrocodone and 500mg of acetaminophen. Vicodin HP (HP stands for high potency) is also a combo pill with 10mg of hydrocodone and 660mg of acetaminophen. There is also a Vicodin ES which is hydrocodone 7.5mg and 750mg of acetaminophen. They are all pretty much the same drug, just in different strengths.
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