LORTAB: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Back Pain “I’ve been taking hydrocodone 10/325 with M367 imprint for chronic back pain for 5 years with good pain relief. Pharmacy switched vendors now pills have imprint G 037. I’ve been taking them as directed for 3 days with no pain relief.”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) February 15, 2018

For Back Pain “I was on lortab 10/500 for 14 years from 2000 until 2014 after having 2 lower back surgeries for chronic pain it worked best for me with the least side effects in 2014 it’s like no longer available I’m guessing in fl. Or the U.S now for 4 months I’m on hydrocodone 10/325 it is not effective at all for me I don’t get any relief from it so I’m not as functional I’m in the bed more because of the pain and no relief from the 10/325. what happen to the Lortab 10/500 ?”

Alto2586 (taken for 10 years or more) November 8, 2016

For Back Pain “I Stay in servere pain,in my lower back,and knee,The only thing that helps my pain,is Lortab,,Im disabled and can not enjoy my life,,With other health problems,,But Life goes on,And I been taking it for a long time..But like I said it does help my pain..”

Big G. February 23, 2016

For Rheumatoid Arthritis “Since I take 3 time a days for 24 yrs it help a lot and I knows it willbecareful of this and safety”

Deafdog50 January 23, 2016

For Pain “Had back surgeries and neck, after I fractured both. Have titanium plates in my neck and cadaver bones in my lower back. Tried eveything. Naproxen, percocet, oxycontin, vicodin. Lortab is the only one that I can take that let’s me get on with my life. Tho, I do have to watch when I take it, mostly before I do anything strenuous, and 3 hours before bed. For day to day stuff it works the absolute best.”

smokeeater (taken for 5 to 10 years) November 24, 2015

For Back Pain “Okay well at FIRST this medication was pretty cool, it took away ALL my pain and not only that but gave me extra energy as well. Before I had my son I would not let doctors prescribe me narcotic pain killers for anything, as I had been addicted to Vicodin in the past. SO, my son was born and I then developed bursitis from years of running in the army, working out, and a combo of a hip surgery and other factors. At first I went to chiropractor 3x a week, massage therapy, physical therapy and finally told the doctor I HAD to have some pain medication, it was so bad it changed my life. Started taking these 2 years ago & now they don’t help me but if i DON’T take them I get sick! 🙁 wish I’d never started on them now.”

teveland60422 March 31, 2014

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