To: E. Pluribus Unum
I don’t know how people even take Hydrocodone. It tears up my stomach even taken with food.
posted on 12/26/2011 3:04:29 PM PST
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To: nuconvert; baltodog
Are you guys sure it was the hydrocodone and not the acetaminophen that caused the problems?
I dont know how people even take Hydrocodone.
I'm with you. Tried after rotator cuff surgery earlier this year and it made me dog sick. Worse than any pain.
posted on 12/26/2011 3:23:23 PM PST
Dilaudid makes me nutty(er).
posted on 12/26/2011 3:28:55 PM PST
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I hope I never need any pain killers. Even a tiny bit of codeine in cough medicine sent me into what the doctor called a small seizure. I started shaking uncontrollably and then I threw up. This new stuff would kill me.
posted on 12/26/2011 3:42:45 PM PST
I broke a couple ribs a week and a half ago. Doc prescribed Hydrocodone cough med for both pain and coughing. Thought I was gonna croak! Turns out that not only do I get the rare side effects of excitability, pulse rate and BP elevation, I got severe itching, a sign of allergic reaction. Was abdo-lutely miserable, and freaked out, after taking only one teaspoonful!
I took it last winter because of an extremely painful case of shingles, my first. I’m glad I had it, but it made me extremely nauseated.
posted on 12/26/2011 3:49:25 PM PST
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It did wonders for me, no stomach problems that I recall, both during a bout with shingles and when I broke my arm. I can see why people might get addicted, it was very pleasant, just felt good again instead of buzzed or out of it. Taking two led to a little giddiness, though, only did that twice when the pain was at its worst.
That is my response to nsaids. I do pretty good on hydrocodone. I don’t take it often, chronic back pain. One will usually leave me hungover enough to take a day to get over it. The stronger doses would put me out for quite awhile, I assume.
posted on 12/26/2011 4:03:20 PM PST
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posted on 12/26/2011 5:24:21 PM PST
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I dont know how people even take Hydrocodone. It tears up my stomach even taken with food.
Mine also. Started out really great after my inguinal hernia operation but quickly went downhill.
posted on 12/26/2011 5:58:31 PM PST
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It really is surprising just how differently certain drugs effect different people. I have no problems with hydrocodone, while a buddy of mind gets nauseus and throws up if he takes it. Another friend gets terribly constipated when taking it. I don't have any problems taking it, though I'm very conservative as to when I take it. I have really bad arthritis, and I take it when I try to exercise, or if the pain is really bad, I'll take one before bedtime. It makes the difference between just fitfully napping and waking up every time I move, vs getting a solid 5 to 6 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
posted on 12/26/2011 7:03:03 PM PST
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