Stop itching from hydrocodone

Main / Syringes with Needles / Stop itching from hydrocodone Phentermine hydrochloride 37.5 mg cost

Join Date Aug Posts 1. Anybody had to deal with something like this? Anal Itching and Jock Itch.

Roxithromycin used treat whooping cough

Results 1 to 17 of Server Info for IRC clients: If you take Norco, Lortab, Vicodin or the generics. I'm going to quit taking Vicodin and see what happens. Try taking an antihistamine because what happened is when you ich your body at least when taking opiates releases histamines that cause you to itch,the antihistamines counteract that.

I have been taking vicodin and norco for about 3 months now and in the past 3 weeks I have been experiencing horrible constant itching. Neither does ativan which I take for anxiety.

7 posts in this topic

I took a nasty spill on the ice we had nasty storm here in the midwest and sprained my already crippled carpel-tunnel hand and hurt my elbow pretty bad. Based on these findings, the claritin or zyrtec may not be very helpful.

Logo voltaren

I could never take OxyContin at bed time as I would never fall asleep. That's always worked for me. Talk to your doctor, he may have you take an antihistimine with your meds or change meds. Benadryl is the medication diphenhydramine which is an antihistamine for itching and other allergy symptoms. Just an idea but I hope everything will be ok for you. I hear you on the itchies!!!! I'm thinking it's the hydro's because it's the only new addition to my regimen.

For me it takes two capsules to lessen the itching.

When is the best time to take lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide

I can't stand the feeling so that's it for any med that has the word 'codone' in it's makeup. Hey valerina, Yes, itching is a common side effect from the hydrocodone in the vicodin and norco. Sometimes, simply venting helps! Already have an account?

Methotrexate injection dosage for lupus

I have heard hydroxyzine is good but we don't have it here in Australia. FDA votes to ban Vicodin and Percocet. I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice.

More: