• chattykathie047 chattykathie047
    August 31, 2009
    Is there a narcotic pain medication out there that does not contain aspirin/tylenol/ibu?
    chattykathie047 chattykathie047
    August 31, 2009

    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 With the Narco being withdrawn you can imagine that there is more pain that I now have to deal with.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
    August 31, 2009
    Cort
    Health Guide
    August 31, 2009

    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

    • amy
      amy
      May 22, 2012
      amy
      May 22, 2012

      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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