I have severe scoliosis and I keep thinking they are giving me 10 mgs of pain meds ... Not gunna help considering I can barley walk
If you make up your mind it won't help, then it won't. Every medication has its own dosing and 10 mg of one can be as strong as 30 of another. 10 mg of vicodin is actually the strongest of the vicodin doses. After you've tried it and found out, then you tell the dr how it works. Everyone finds that different doses and different meds work for them, but you have to try it and you can't be negative to start off with.
- Vicodin Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Vicodin (detailed)
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