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During consultation with mom's neurologist, I had to ask about Vicodin. He said absolutely, it can cause brain bleeding. Unfortunately, her short term memory was awful, and probably took too many.

What in the drug, and IRC it was 5/500, causes bleeding issues?
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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.
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A bit foggy...


That looks NICE!!
Kinda reminds me of the teaser pix car manufactures send out of new cars before the launch!!
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Lemme guess, Tylenol 3 (acetaminophen with codine)?
Something like that - bottle says HYDROCODON-ACETAMINOPH 7.5-500


Looks like I have a nice bottle of pain killers for my bug out bag I guess

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Vicoden made me nauseous and did nothing for the pain I was in, but T3 worked properly!

Have you tried "prescription strength" Advil? (4 tablets at one time.)
I don't take any pain killer type meds too often but when I do it generally has to be almost double the regular dose anyways to do anything. Everyone in my family has unusually high tolerances for most stuff to begin with, (even though I'm only 150lbs). The doc was surprised how high they had to crank the laughing gas to get me to feel anything. Alcohol on the other hand... lets just say I'm a cheap date

Currently I'm starting and ending each day with 3-4 tylenol a pop and it seems to be working pretty well. On a random side note - Advil tends to make me agitated for some reason.
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Right then... stick with the Tylenol!
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advil... old people candy

I buy it by the industrial size bottle!
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The company I work for specializes in applying our nano-technology to make NSAIDs more effective at a lower dose and thereby reducing the side effects.

NSAIDs are effective drugs but they have traditionally had to be given at higher doses than is necessary resulting in undesirable side effects..until now. We have been able to decrease the dose of currently used NSAIDs by up to 20% and retain the same effectiveness. Expect our first reformulated NSAID to be approved later this year followed closely by several others.

Your liver, heart and G.I. tract should be happy to hear that...

I am very proud to make good drugs better...and safer.

Wait until you see what we can do with Pulmonary and anti-cancer drugs!

Better living through technology...
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The company I work for specializes in applying our nano-technology to make NSAIDs more effective at a lower dose and thereby reducing the side effects.

NSAIDs are effective drugs but they have traditionally had to be given at higher doses than is necessary resulting in undesirable side effects..until now. We have been able to decrease the dose of currently used NSAIDs by up to 20% and retain the same effectiveness. Expect our first reformulated NSAID to be approved later this year followed closely by several others.

Your liver, heart and G.I. tract should be happy to hear that...

I am very proud to make good drugs better...and safer.

Wait until you see what we can do with Pulmonary and anti-cancer drugs!

Better living through technology...
Sign me up! That is - as long as none of the side effects are nausea
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DDaddy, you're missing the point, MORE DRUGS ARE MORE BETTER
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