I've been told it is but it doesn't seem to relieve my pain as well.
Yes. Norco is vicodin with Tylonol, The other stuff is acetometophin. Perhaps you have a inflamation pain and the Ace works on you. Typically the Tylonol works better on me but it varies per person.
Also, what color are they? There are different strengths of Norcos, the yellow ones being 10mg and the white are 5mg
Hi Jaime, I just thought I would clear something up for you first. You have to have the addictive personality or some people call it a gene to become addicted to your meds. The problem with chrontic pain is that after taking a pain med for a long period of time, you build up a tolerance to your dose, & therefore have to have it increased. There is a big difference in addiction versus tolerance. If I remember you have RA is that correct? You should subscribe to the magazine Arthritis Today. They also had a website, ArthristisToday.com There is a wealth of info you will find helpful for your condition. There are so many differnt new meds out today for RA, no one should suffer. I hope you get to feeling better...
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