she is allergic to endosets thats why i ask.
They are not the same but they are similar.
Endocet contains oxycodone and acetaminophen. It is a combination opioid or narcotic pain reliever.
Dilaudid (dilata is the street name for dilaudid) contains hydromorphone - a opioid or narcotic pain reliever.
They are both used to treat moderate to severe pain.
She can try taking the Dilaudid with food. It sometimes helps to have something in the stomach when you take it. 8mg is a pretty big dose. Has she tried cutting them in half? If these tips dont seem to help then she should talk to her prescriber. If she truly needs strong pain meds and has difficulty with nausea sometimes they may give her something to take for nausea as well or they might try a different med to see if something else works.
- Endocet Information for Consumers
- Endocet Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Endocet (detailed)
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