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Is there a hydrocodone pill made that does not contain any asprin or tylenol?

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pharmasight 30 Nov 2010

No. Very similar medications (oxycodone, hydromorphone, morphine) are available without ASA or tylenol.

oxyaaron 1 Dec 2010

there is but its not available in the U.S

bupivacaine 1 Dec 2010

There is one called vicaprophen, not sure about spelling. It has ibuprofen instead of tylenol.

The tylenol is far more dangerous than the opiate.

pharmasight 2 Dec 2010

Why do you say that Tylenol is more dangerous than opiates?

oxyaaron 2 Dec 2010

because it does more damage to your liver

pharmasight 2 Dec 2010

The danger of a drug depends on the patient. For a patient with a healthy liver and a history of drug abuse/dependence, an opiate is certainly more "dangerous." free discount card

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