I had an anaphalactic shock reaction after second oral dose of 2mg. I have been receiving IV form in hospital many times. What is the difference so I know exactly what to stay away from?
To the best of my knowledge Common fillers include talcum powder, yeast, starch and sugar. Binders are mostly made of wax or shellac. But all of that is basically to hold its shape as well as make it pill size. 2mg isnt very much and would be a tiny pill. However, I would suggest checking with the maker of the pill you are taking either generic or name brand. I personally take 32mg every 4 hours. Also it might be possible that a combination of a drug or supplement or even food is causing the reaction with the hydromorphone at home. I hope this helps.
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