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Monday, August 31, 2009 chattykathie047, Community Member, asks

Q: Is there a narcotic pain medication out there that does not contain aspirin/tylenol/ibu?

My doctor has taken me off of Narco, which he had been using to replace hydrocodone due to the fact that my blood test came back with my akaline/phosphate level being too high. I was on a cocktail of Neuronton/Morphine/Tramadol/Narco tablets. With the Narco being withdrawn you can imagine that there is more pain that I now have to deal with. I know that he is trying to protect my liver, which is important and I appreciate that. I am just hoping to find a pain medication without the aspirin factor so that I may achieve a level of pain that I can live with. I have chronic pain and have been on meds for it for about 4 years 

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Cort, Health Guide
8/31/09 9:15pm

There are pure forms of narcotic drugs available.  Oxycontin is pure oxycodone. Fentanyl - the strongest pain killer - is pure narcotic. Morphine (morphine sulfate) is another.  Hopefully he can find something that works for you! Good luck. 


http://www.healthcentral.com/druglibrary/408/oxycontin.html

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amy, Community Member
5/22/12 10:57am

I have chronic pancreatitis and had liver failure.My dr. put me on OxyIR which is not as scary or addictive as Oxycontin.Percodan and Darvon(both with aspirin in

leiu of acetaminophen.Oxy IR-the IR means immmediate release...it has been ver effective.

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