WHY DOES LORATAB 10/500MG MAKE ME SEVERELY NAUSEOUS AND THROW UP A LOT???
I have been taking loratab 10/500 for my dental and Pelvic pain sydrome pain. I have been taking Norco 10/325 for a few years and in the last 6 months its been the loratab. In the past 2 weeks I have been severely nauseated from taking it and throwing up a lot...ti'll it wears off. I take Phenergan and eat before I take them so this won't happen, but it has been happening! Why is this happening all the sudden? It ***** bad!!
It sounds to me like you may be having a reaction to the acetaminophen. Request to return to the 10/325. If that doesn't make a difference it may be that you system has build up an intolerance to the hydrocodone.
Are you taking an OTC med like Prilosec? You may want to ask your physician is something in that family will help with your nasty symptoms. Due to the large quantities of IB I use to take Prilosec is now part of my daily medication regime.
did you have a break in taking meds at all? even for a week or so? when I used to not take vicodin for a couple weeks or more, i found that when i did start it again, i too would be puking and super nauseaous for days until my system got used to it again. crazy how i got addicted to it even when it would make me so sick for days. Anyhow, if you have not stopped taking the hydro at all and it has been continuous then Im not sure why it would suddenly cause this to happen out of the blue unless it is hormones like mentioned above..
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