The list of possible Lortab side effects can include nausea, sedation and constipation and many others. Not everyone will experience the same side effects and some can set in after first use. Other patients may not feel the onset of side effects right away. It should also be said that the opiate-based painkiller can be taken without any side effects. Lortab is the combination of hydrocodone, a narcotic painkiller, and acetaminophen, a non-narcotic agent used to treat pain. Lortab also has cough-suppression properties. The hydrocodone component can be habit-forming, leading to tolerance, addiction, even overdose. A hydrocodone addiction can necessitate a medically-assisted detoxification. The acetaminophen can be toxic at excessive levels so patients taking Lortab should do so carefully. Taking more than the recommended daily dose can lead to liver damage. This poses a problem because acetaminophen is in many over-the-counter products unbeknownst to many people.
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Some of the side effects widely reported among patients taking Lortab include nausea, vomiting, sedation, euphoria, lightheadedness, vision changes, mood changes, dizziness, fatigue, depression, tremors, sleeplessness, anxiousness, flu-like symptoms, upset stomach, dry mouth, pupil constriction, itching, hallucination, delirium, sweating, muscle and bone pain, confusion, extreme irritability and muscle spasms. Constipation is one of the most commonly-reported effects of narcotic medications including Lortab. Left untreated, severe constipation can lead to a blockage which can be serious, even fatal. Medical help should be sought immediately if patients experience any of these more serious side effects: severe respiratory depression, slow or irregular breathing, slowed heart rate, hearing loss, changes in the amount of urine, confusion or stupor, coma, clammy skin, circulatory collapse and cardiac arrest. The signs of liver damage due to excess acetaminophen can manifest as yellowing of the skin or eyes, severe nausea, dark urine, stomach pain or extreme drowsiness.
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Our rapid detox process is administered in a fully-accredited hospital in Orange County, Ca., where patients are monitored around the clock. They sleep comfortably under sedation while medications cleanse the opiates from their receptor sites. Accelerated withdrawal symptoms usually within a hour instead of days, as with traditional rehab methods. Once patients wake up, they are no longer physically dependent on opiates and are unaware of the withdrawal that occurred during the procedure. Our program is safe, effective, humane and very private. We don’t use opiate replacements such as Suboxone or methadone to treat addiction. Our Domus Retreat continued care facility is also available for those patients who want to continue recovery in a luxurious, pampering and supportive environment. Amenities include use of a personal chef, massage and therapies including counseling and biofeedback.
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