Hydrocodone/acetaminophen (Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab, Norco, Xodol, Hycet) is cheap medication used to get moderate extreme agony. It is more mainstream than equivalent medications. It is accessible in different nonexclusive and brand versions.
Acetaminophen is utilized to mitigate torment and lessen fever in patients. It doesn't get propensity shaping when taken for quite a while. Yet, acetaminophen may cause other undesirable impacts when taken in huge dosages, including liver damage.
Hydrocodone has a place with the gathering of meds called opiate analgesics (torment medications). It follows up on the focal sensory system (CNS) to alleviate agony, and stops or forestalls cough.
Take this medication just as coordinated by your PCP. Try not to take a greater amount of it, don't take it all the more regularly, and don't take it for a more drawn out time than your PCP requested. This is particularly significant for old patients, who might be more touchy with the impacts of agony prescriptions. In the event that a lot of this medication is taken for quite a while, it might become propensity shaping (causing mental or actual reliance) or cause an excess. A lot of acetaminophen may cause liver damage.
For moderate to moderately severe pain:
For oral dosage form (capsules):