NORCO: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Back Pain “Taking this solidly about 5 yrs now. PEOPLE PLEASE; If you take anything…there is a risk to become addicted. How many are you drink sodas, eat junk food or diet sodas daily? All can hurt you, possibly kill you. If you have real pain, this works. Be responsible and take what is prescribed. If your body is getting use to the dose, tell your doctor. Don’t take more. Sometimes taking this can cause rebound headaches. Will cause constipation. Can make your skin dry. This medicine does not make me drowsy or slows my heart rate. It could for you. Be safe. Live well.”

Hanna B (taken for 2 to 5 years) March 2, 2018

For Pain “I was given a prescription for Norco 7.5mg after I had 3 impacted wisdom teeth removed. One was not erupted and I also had to have a bone graft on my left side. The Norco helped somewhat but I also took Ibuprofen 800mg with it for breakthrough pain. That really helped a lot.”

TyAustin February 24, 2018

For Back Pain “I broke a rib and was given Norco 5/325 in the ER. No pain management whatsoever. I quit taking it and went back to self-medicating. Norco is that ineffective.”

Jen1029 (taken for less than 1 month) February 2, 2018

For Pain “I have been taking generic. Norco for what seems like an eternity. Over 10 years. Numerous leg operations, infections, replacements, revisions , etc. first I don’t know why the operations themselves didn’t take this horrible constant pain away but anyway, been to about three different pharmacies now as they ALL eventually switch to cheaper and cheaper and weaker and weaker generics. If I ask my dr. To specify I get the brand Norco, will the insurance not cover and will it be unaffordable?I definitely have a tolerance to them but these cheap latest white IP ones are weaker than plain Tylenol. The long and winding road.”

TheHulk January 30, 2018

For Pain “Prescribed for broken bones. Does nothing for the pain, just makes me groggy and irritable on top of the pain.”

KatieAnd January 19, 2018

For Pain “Like taking nothing”

Ken62 (taken for less than 1 month) January 4, 2018

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