The only thing you need to be careful of is the higher doseage of the opiate. You will probably be sleepy so until you know how you tolerate it don't drive, stuff like that. Also, if you are building a tollerence to the opiates and need a higher dose for pain be very careful. Opiates are HIGHLY addictive because they affect the pleasure zone in our brains. They don't do anything to the injury to heal it, they just stop the signal in our brain that says it hurts. A fake happy that destroys lives. Yes dear, that is experience talking. I'm glad you posted your question, I hope I helped. Please talk to your doctor or pharmacist about non narcotic options if you feel your tollerence growing.
Does norcos sometimes make you nott able to move ?
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Hydrocodone (Norco) taken as directed will not cause you any difficulty with movement - provided you're not having a severe allergic-type reaction to the medication.