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Can a person be allergic codeine ( I itch all over) and not allergic to

5/17/2014
01:54 | Author: Emily Peterson

Allergic to codeine
Can a person be allergic codeine ( I itch all over) and not allergic to

5 Answers - Posted in: codeine, hydrocodone - Answer: Hydrocodone and codiene are two totally different meds. Hydrocodone is an.

... itch all over could that be a allergic reaction ?

Also mamy people (including healthcare professionals who should know better) do not know what an allergy to a drug is. There are allergies then there are intolerances. A true allergy is swelling-hands, feet, face and most dangerously lips, tongue and throat. In fact, in a severe allergic reaction called anaphylactic reaction the throat closes off preventing the person from breathing and this can escalate rapidly and can be fatal! Anaphylactic response is worse when a person who is allergic is given a repeat dose or if the dose is higher but anaphylactic reactions can occur on the very first dose but is more common on the second or third because the body has had a chance to build up defenses against the substances.

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A person allergic to codeine can take tramadol?

11/26/2014
07:32 | Author: Alex Watson

Allergic to codeine
A person allergic to codeine can take tramadol?

1 Answer (question resolved) - Posted in: codeine, tramadol - Answer: Should be able to. There is no xodeine in Tramadol Dave.

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I started weaning myself of codeine early this year and managed to get through codeine withdrawal and tramadol withdrawal and have successfully.

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My mom has had cirrhosis of the liver for 3 years. She was given tramadol once before and had 3 grand-mal seizures. Her DR said it was an allergic.

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Does Tramadol cause liver damage?

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Should be able to. There is no xodeine in Tramadol... Dave.

I am such a sissy with pain meds but I've got spinal arthritis and fibro along with restless leg syndrome. I have 1 pill of codeine and a.

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I have taken lortab on and off for years and sonmetimes have had the cough syrup with hydrodcodone in it but this time they gave me some with codeine.

2 answers • 8 Feb 2012.

a friend of mine is very allergic to codeine and he is suffering a tooth ache. Can he take tramadol? 7 Feb 2010.

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I Am Allergic to Codeine. Any Suggestions for Pain Control After

11/25/2014
05:02 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

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I Am Allergic to Codeine. Any Suggestions for Pain Control After

We have several different kinds of pain medications available for patients who may be sensitive or allergic to one kind. Some patients get.

The allergy to codeine in pain medicines is so common that I rarely use these pain medications in my practice.

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Is it safe to take Norco? - Allergic Reaction Questions - Ask a

9/24/2014
03:56 | Author: Hannah Ramirez

Allergic to codeine
Is it safe to take Norco? - Allergic Reaction Questions - Ask a

Patients who are allergic to codeine may also be allergic to Norco. Your doctor can discuss the risks and benefits of trying Norco. For some.

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If a person is allergic to sulfa and codeine, there are options

7/23/2014
01:30 | Author: Alex Watson

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If a person is allergic to sulfa and codeine, there are options

The over-the-counter medications ibuprofen and naproxen can be used safely by patients allergic to both sulfa and codeine.

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