The most important thing to know when taking prescription painkillers is that they all have the ability to be habit-forming. Vicoprofen and other narcotic analgesics are important in the fight for pain relief but may also lead to problems including side effects, allergic reaction, tolerance, misuse, abuse, addiction, overdose and withdrawal symptoms. Vicoprofen is considered to be the chemical cousin to Vicodin. The difference is that Vicoprofen contains hydrocodone and ibuprofen while Vicodin is the combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Vicoprofen is meant to manage short-term acute pain. The possible side effects caused by the drug cannot be fully anticipated. The experience can be different for individual patients, depending on factors including the dosage, how the patient metabolizes the drug and whether other substances are used in combination. A doctor should be consulted if side effects persist or worsen over time.
Vicoprofen Side Effects and Other Possible Negative Consequences
Some of the possible Vicoprofen side effects includes: constipation, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, anxiety, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, headache, indigestion, gas, insomnia, itching, weakness, swelling, sweating and nervousness. An allergic reaction can include signs of rash, wheezing, difficult breathing, closing of the throat, hives or swelling of the lips, face, tongue or throat. It’s important to take Vicoprofen exactly as prescribed. Combining it with some other substances including alcohol and other narcotics can lead to heightened side effects. Taking too much or more often than what’s prescribed can lead to addiction and possibly overdose. Overdose symptoms can include extreme drowsiness, fainting, nausea, sweating, muscle weakness, small pupils, vomiting, dark urine, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes), confusion, cold and clammy skin, weak pulse, depressed heart rate, coma, blue lips and shallow breathing.
Safe, Reliable and Discreet Vicoprofen Detox Offered by Waismann Method
The Waismann Method Medical group has treated thousands of patients from all over the world, with its exclusive accelerated medical opiate detoxification methods,and with much success. Patients in our Vicoprofen anesthesia assisted rapid detox program, sleep comfortably while intravenous antagonist-medications cleanse the opiates from their receptors- sites. This procedure takes less than two hours and does not rely on opiate replacements such as methadone and Suboxone to wean patients. Our in-hospital procedure allows patients to return to a normal life within days. Once patients are awaken, they are no longer physically dependent on opiates and they are usually unaware of the withdrawal syndrome that has occurred during the procedure. After-care is closely monitored and patients are prescribed a daily dose of non-addictive Naltrexone, an opiate inhibitor to eliminate physical cravings for opiates. We also include a few days at our aftercare, Domus Retreat. A facility where services may include biofeedback, individual therapy, counseling and massage. Our approach to Vicoprofen dependence is safe, effective, humane and very private.
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