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Is roxicet5-325 as strong as norco 10-325?

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Rajive Goel 5 Jun 2010

Norco (hydrocodone/APAP) is a prescription pain medication. It is a narcotic and is classified as a controlled substance, it is approved to treat moderate to moderately severe pain.

Compared to most hydrocodone/APAP pain relievers, Norco contains less acetaminophen, making it useful for people who need to take more hydrocodone without more acetaminophen. Although it may seem counterintuitive, because the tablets contain less acetaminophen, they are "stronger" than most other hydrocodone/APAP products. The maximum daily dose of such products is limited by the acetaminophen content, and having less acetaminophen per tablet allows for a higher daily dosage of hydrocodone without exceeding the maximum acetaminophen dosage.

Roxicet (oxycodone/APAP) is a prescription medication approved to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. As a narcotic, Roxicet is classified as a Schedule II controlled substance.

Perhaps a doc./pharmacist would be able to evaluate the strength of each med, it really depends upon the effect it has on an individual. Hope this helps?

oxyaaron 4 Oct 2010

5mg of roxicet is around 7.5 mgs of norco so the norco is stronger

jo wood 17 Dec 2017

I don't know what to do when the Norco 10-325 is no longer effective. I have tried Percocet and it gives me terrible anxiety and sick stomach.
What then would my alternative be for a step up from Norco 10-325. free discount card

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