is that a lot it seems to be what it seems to take to be able ot work my horses and keep my job
I think you are taking 325mg of tylonol & 15mg of oxycodone and I'm sure your physicaly addicted to the opiates,but that can't be avoided if you use opiates for pain relief. The real danger is all the tylonol. If I were you I would ask your doctor to give you the oxycodone with out tylonol it's he'll on your liver. I take 2 100mg Morphine & 3 8mg dilaudid & I've been on & will continue to be on the meds for 2 operations to fuse the c-1 c-2 vertabrae. I asked the pharmacist if long term use of the narcoticts is going to have to have ill effects & he told me it wouldn't,but my meds don't have any tylonol. If you get straight oxycodone & take ibuprofen it would be alot better on your liver as a matter of fact there's been news reports about taking percocet off the market because of the acetiminofin(I spelled that wrong but you probably know it's tylonol) Ibuprofin causes some people stomach problems but it's not nearly as bad on your liver. I don't mean to ramble but it comes down to if you need the meds,you need the meds. I couldn't function with all the pain I have if I didn't take my meds & even as strong as the meds I take sometimes it still doesn't stop the pain. Hope you find this usefull.
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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