How high does methadone go up to like is 10 mg the max and on the hydrocodone more tylenol than pain meds
I am not sure of the complete question here. Is thee Morphine in Methadone? I surely doubt it. Is 10mg the maximum dose? Far from it. The amount of Acetaminophen (Tylenol) with Hydrocodone varies depending on the version, as there are many; 5/500, 7.5/750, 6/600, 5/325, 10/325 and on and on and on. Both ingredients are considered pain meds, the strengths differ even though the amounts sound close to the same in some. Hope this helps.
No there is no morphine in methadone or hydrocodone. 10 mg of meth is a low dose, and the max varies per person... There is no tylenol in hydrocodone. There are combination drugs with tylenol in them, however it will tell you if you look at the dosage you will see a split dose, like 5/325 as opposed to just a 5 for example.
Methadone, morphine and hydrocodone are all examples of opium derivatives. You may have misunderstood what the nurse was saying, especially since she wants you on tramadol that I, personally, think is useless for pain after opioid pain meds.
Good luck in the future.
NO,methadone is a man made drug.chemists can make just about anything feel like its an opiate. but if you google origins of methadone,you will find that german chemists made it in the early 30's because turkey sided with the alies and cut off supplies of morphine to the asis of evil countries before ww11.It was not named after aldoff hittler or any of the crazy stories people try to get you to belive.hydrocodone is completely diffrent. apap is asprin thats what is in a lot of those other pills. and its ruff on your stomach,so eat first before you take it... pete
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