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Vicoprofen Precautions

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Vicoprofen precautions should be taken very seriously because of its narcotic nature. Some prescription pain relievers can have very serious side effects and may be habit forming. Opiates are often used for pain relief and need to be taken carefully to ensure safe use. Vicoprofen is the combination of hydrocodone, a narcotic painkiller, and ibuprofen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.
Vicoprofen is meant to be used for short-term, severe pain. Both hydrocodone and ibuprofen can cause complications so patients should take them with care. Ibuprofen can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke for some people. It shouldn’t be taken right before or after heart bypass surgery because it can cause chest pain, shortness of breath, weakness and slurred speech. Hydrocodone can be habit-forming and should therefore be taken exactly as prescribed. Some patients taking therapeutic doses may develop a tolerance after prolonged use, causing the effects to be diminished. Some choose to escalate use or increase the dose to experience pain relief. Patients instead should talk to their doctors about pain management alternatives. He or she may be able to adjust the dose or suggest another course of treatment.

Important Information and  Vicoprofen Precautions

Because it depresses the central nervous system, Vicoprofen should not be used in combination with other substances that have this effect, including alcohol, other opiates, benzodiazepines, antidepressants and sleeping medications. This can lead to overdose. Patients who take too much Vicoprofen and those who aren’t sufficiently tolerant to opiates can also suffer a potentially fatal overdose.
Using Vicoprofen can cause impaired thinking and reaction time so it should be taken with caution when driving or doing important tasks that require alertness. Knowing the signs of an allergic reaction to Vicoprofen is important. They can include rash, itching, hives, dizziness, trouble breathing and swelling. One of the most important things to know about Vicoprofen and other opiates is that they can be habit forming. Opiate addiction is serious and results in potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms if proper treatment is not sought.

Vicoprofen Detox does not have to be a Painful Ordeal

A patient attempting to detox on his or her own, can experience a very painful and uncomfortable Vicoprofen withdrawal. Waismann Method offers an effective treatment option, providing a thorough opiate detox that manages withdrawal to ensure comfort.
Waismann Method ® for Vicoprofen addiction, utilizes the most advanced inpatient medical detoxification methods available. We have one exclusive location based in California, where we receive patients from every corner of  the world. By having one single location, we have been able to focus all efforts in maintain our position as the leader in Vicoprofen detox worldwide. Our dedication and unparalleled reputation is backed by almost 20 years of experience and superior medical care.
Many people who have developed an addiction to Vicoprofen, have delay seeking treatment due to shame or withdrawal fear.  Our medical detoxification is individualized and based on safety, comfort and success of the patient. If you are looking for the best  Vicoprofen Detox treatment available, you have found it. Call us today at 310-205-0808 and speak to an detox expert about you history and available options. We are here for you seven days a week!

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