What is the difference between oxycodone hydrochloride

What is the difference between oxycodone hydrochloride

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What is the difference between oxycodone hydrochloride

3 answers • 22 Oct 2014.

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This question has also been asked and answered here: Oxycodone vs Hydrocodone - What's the difference between them? 15 Dec 2012.

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3 answers • 4 Dec 2012.

what is the difference? oxycodone has both to offer which one is stronger? and is the Oxycodone hydrochloride 15mg. A-214(little round green pill) extended release? or should be taken 4 to 6 hrs. as needed?. what is hydrochloride? I know Acetaminophen is Tylenol.

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it is TERRIBLE for your liver, however, In my experience, I have found it nearly IMPOSSIBLE to find a doctor who will prescribe not only oxycodone alone without the Tylenol additive, but also even the hydrocodone without it. and I have active, chronic hepatitis C, which destroys my liver on its own on a daily basis and definiy needs NO help from Tylenol or any other unnecessary substance!!! I got her to write me scripts for Vicoprofen rather than Norco for awhile, since ibuprofenis less harmful to the liver and my enzymes are often out of whack. but after a while, my doctor said basically that she didn't have the time each month to call and make a special request to my insurance company. not sure if its all the doctors themselves, or if its an insurance thing, but ive had a heck of a time getting the Tylenol removed from my daily pain regimen. smh Expand. I totally agree about taking as little Tylenol as possible.

Thank you so much for the answer It really helped and makes a lot of sense. 15 Dec 2012.

1 answer • 16 Jul 2011.

There is a significant pricing difference, and I am concerned about the amount of acetaminophen I am taking with the Oxycodone (325mg).

Think of hydrochloride as oxycodones last name just like sativa is to cannibus. Oxycodone hydrochloride is just simply pure oxycodone with no other non narcotics mixed in with it to (help) such as apap which is just tylonol as u already know. The answer to your question about the little green pill being timed release it isn't, it is a 15mg immediate release oxyycodone hydrochloride (pure oxycodone no other added active drugs at all)that is meant to be taken as needed every 4-6hrs hope i helped u out god bless.

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Oh wow. Thank you I did not know that. I feel better i switched to the non Tylenol one.

If you feel you need tylenol at some point, you can always take it. Chronic use of tylenol can lead to liver damage. Stay away from the one with tylenol in it. I have never seen a reason to add tylenol to medications.

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2 answers • 24 Dec 2015 V-4827 (oval yellow).

I keep reading from people that aren't Pharmacists that Oxycodone/Acetaminophen 10-325 is dangerous due to the acetaminophen combined in the.

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it gives me chronic anxiety just KNOWING when I have to go in person!!! makes you afraid to be honest and ask questions, thank God for the internet!!. so I found this VERY offensive and walk on eggshells every time I have to go into her office now. and was immediay asked why I knew so much about pain medications and began getting trated like a drug seeker!!! which I AM NOT. and when I asked about medication WITHOUT any added meds like Tylenol OR ibuprofen.

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