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Join Date: May 2009
Location: Philly PA
It's the hydrocodone.
Hydrocodone easily passes the blood-brain barrier but acetaminophen does not. If fact, acetaminophen is the only analgesic recommended in cases of concussion where the risk of brain hemorrhage is substantial. All other NSAIDs can cause interference with the natural clotting process and should be avoided. Hydrocodone is absolutely contra-indicated in the case of concussion or stroke.
2006 Inferno Red SRT-8
Option groups I, II, & III + Sunroof
Built Thursday February 23, 2006
Triple A Performance (AirFunnel, AirHog, Aces IV)
I will drive her until one of us dies! 1/4 mile: 13.388 email@example.com mph