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Codeine vs Oxycodone - Why would one be allergenic? Archive

6/15/2014
01:45 | Author: Sarah Gray

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Codeine vs Oxycodone - Why would one be allergenic? Archive

And could I develop an allergy to it in the future just based on the fact I'm to codeine but able to take oxycodone, haven't had hydrocodone.

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Hydrocodone - Simple Steps To Better Dental Health

4/14/2014
03:50 | Author: Alex Watson

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Hydrocodone - Simple Steps To Better Dental Health

People with codeine allergies should avoid hydrocodone. People with allergies to other drugs that are combined with hydrocodone should not.

Hydrocodone and other oral narcotics (codeine, oxycodone and propoxyphene) can cause:

Concerns and possible side effects : l your dentist and physician about all the medicines you take. This should include over-the-counter vitamins and herbal supplements. Also, let your dentist know if you have had a sensitive or allergic reaction to any medicine. If you are pregnant or nursing, or might be pregnant, talk to your primary care doctor before starting any new medicine. This also includes vitamins and supplements.

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I am allergic to Codeine Hydrocodone have chronic joint pain

12/23/2014
05:25 | Author: Sarah Gray

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I am allergic to Codeine Hydrocodone have chronic joint pain

Just in case you want to know, the Codeine and Hydrocodone have horrible affects on my heart. I'm trying to find out what my doctor can.

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Ask an Expert Opioid Allergy - NetWellness

10/22/2014
03:20 | Author: Alex Watson

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Ask an Expert Opioid Allergy - NetWellness

I need to find a pain medicine for an upcoming surgery. I am truly allergic to hydrocodone (not pseudoallergic) and codeine as well.

This answer was prepared in part by Erin Shupert PharmD when she was a student at the University of Cincinnati, College of Pharmacy.

Hydrocodone and codeine are in the morphine class. Meperidine is in the phenylpiperidine class. Other members of this class include fentanyl, and alfentanyl. The third class, known as the diphenylheptane class contains drugs such as methadone and propoxyphene. There is no expected cross-allergy between codeine/hydrocodone and meperidine or other members of the meperidine group.

NetWellness is a global, community service providing quality, unbiased health information from our partner university faculty. NetWellness is commercial-free and does not accept advertising. Sunday, October 19, 2014 Home HealthTopics Health Centers Reference Library Research Join us on Facebook Share on Facebook Tweet Share Search Advanced Pharmacy and Medications Opioid Allergy 08/14/2006 Question: I need to find a pain medicine for an upcoming surgery. I am truly allergic to hydrocodone (not pseudoallergic) and codeine as well. Would demerol be a safe choice? Can you recommend anything? thankyou! Answer: All opioids can cause histamine release as a part of their pharmacologic action. Another common side effect of the Opioids that is often mistaken for an allergic reaction is vomiting. Histamine release is responsible for itching, rashes and sneezing often reported after a dose of an opioid. Histamine release can also lead to acute onset of asthma -like symptoms in some patients. True allergies to opioid products are rare. However, when they do occur, life-threatening adverse effects can develop. The Opioids are comprised of 3 different chemical classes. When a patient is an allergic to an opioid in one chemical class, an opioid from a different class may be less likely to cause an allergic reaction and possibly used safely.

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Allergy hydrocodone codeine Samantha blog

8/21/2014
01:15 | Author: Sarah Gray

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What Difference Between Hydrocodone and .Codeine is an opiate analgesic, which means that it is used to alleviate pain. It is used to treat.

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