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  1. Jeanette says:

    Excedrin Migraine (or Excedrin Extra Strength) contains acetaminophen (Tylenol) , aspirin (a You should not take Excedrin Migraine and Ibuprofen together, because Excedrin Yes, you can take methadone and Excedrin Migraine together.

  2. Yoshie says:

    tylenol advil help the hydrocodone bond to the pain receptors in the brain better. Also because just 5mg of hydrocodone is a strong amount for someone not opioid tolerant. Vicodin is made for people in pain who were not taking opiates before and its strong enough for them. It is not meant for chronic pain. And its impossible to make a 5mg pill large enough without some filler. Rather than using inactive fillers like many drugs do, they use Tylenol because it works on the same receptors will help relieve the pain even better than just 5mg hydrocodone + inactive ingredients alone. Also because hydrocodone is addictive they want to prescribe the lowest dose possible. Adding tylenol provides more pain relief meaning less addictive medicine is needed.The pain management part, if you have enough pain to warrant use of opiate painkillers, several times a day, long term, then it is safer to switch to something like MS Contin or Oxycontin.codiene hydrocodone are meant for moderate-severe acute pain (pain lasting 6 weeks or less), and if you need to take several vicodins a day longer than that, you can get better relief, with less pills from a long-lasting medicine. Once your pain starts it takes more medicine to stop it. A low constant dose or morphine can help people much more efficiently than hydrocodone which only lasts 4-6 hours with or without tylenol. If you are truly suffering from chronic pain there is not more risk of addiction from one opiate to another. And once youve become opiate tolerant from vicodins the side effects are minor when moving to a different opiate. Its not like vicodin is this amazing miracle painkiller but morphine is this awful dangerous medicine.

  3. Tenesha says:

    Has anyone detoxed from heroin using kicking? I need help detoxing from methadone, not methadone maintence, just using methadone to ease heroin. Was on methadone for 6 months

  4. Tamika says:

    Methadone hydrochloride, artificial cherry flavor, citric acid anhydrous USP, FD&C Red No 40, D&C Red No 33, methylparaben NF, polaxamer 407 NF, propylene glycol USP, propylparaben NF, purified water USP, sodium citrate dihydrate USP, sucro… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_methadone_contain

  5. Elfreda says:

    The following drugs contain methadone Dolophine, Methadone Diskets, Methadone Intensol,and Methadose. More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-drugs-contain-methadone

  6. Clarita says:

    Ibuprofen is in a group of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-does-ibuprofen-contain

  7. Venice says:

    So yes, methadone can lead to tooth decay (but it doesn’t have to…see below) but .. I went from 16 to 20 Ibuprofen a day plus 10 to 15 M.G. methadone plus

  8. Yajaira says:

    If you have found yourself with an opiate habit and you want to kick it at home, then Use the ibuprofen for the aches and pains, although it will do little good. Methadone, a painkiller, has been used effectively to treat opiate addiction and Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_5159006_home-remedies-opiate-withdrawal-symptoms.html

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