... Lortab/Lorcet. Does anyone have any suggestions how to make the change or willl my body even acceot the effects of Hydrocodone, I heard that Mehodine blocks the receptos in your brain for any other meds?
The methadone will block the effects of hydrocodone. So when you start the new meds, make sure you don't take more than prescribed. The respiratory effects of methadone lasts much longer then the pain control aspect. You'll probably feel a little crappy for a few days until your system adjusts to the change. In the long run, it's far easier to taper off hydro's than methadone. It also depends on the dose of methadone you're coming off of and the mg's of hydro replacing it. Hopefully it'll be a smooth transition for you!
Take care and best wishes.
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