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How many pills of 800mgs of Vicodin would be too many? Also are there any side effects or like can you overdose? What happens when you take it? I got 5 Pills for 10$ from my boy, but I just don't know if I should take them. Also, can this show up on drug tests? :confused:

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"Vicodin is produced by Knoll Laboratories. Each tablet contains both hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen. They come in tablet form and are taken orally. Vicodin tablets come in three different strengths."

Vicodin Strengths:

hydrocodone acetaminophen

Vicodin 5 mg 500 mg

Vicodin ES 7.5 mg 750 mg

Vicodin HP 10 mg 660 mg

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The above info was taken from www.erowid.org. There are generic hydrocodone/acetominophen that contain different ratios and I know Lortab is made with different strengths, but the point is that your Vicodin does not contain 800 mg of Vicodin. You can search pill id's on www.rxlist.com by searching for the imprint code and then you will know exactly what you have. I hope this helped.

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Originally posted by tommyconigz

I have connections in a pharmacy...they got 800mgs trust me.

these are current brand name versions of vicodin:

Lortab Elixer: 2.5/167 mg 15 ml Lortab: 2.5/500 mg tablet

Anexsia: 5/500 mg tablet mg Lortab: 5/500 mg tablet

Panacet: 5/500 mg tablet Lorcet: 5/500 mg tablet

Stagesic 5/500 capsule Bancap HC: 5/500 mg capsule

T-Gesic: 5/500 mg capsule Ceta-Plus: 5/500 mg capsule

Zydone: 5/500 mg capsule Co-gesic: 5/500 mg capsule

Azdone: 5/500 mg tablet Duocet: 5/500 mg capsule

Damason-P: 5/500 mg tablet Dolacet: 5/500 mg capsule

Medipain 5: 5/500 mg tablet Hydrocet: 5/500 mg capsule

Lorcet HD: 5/500 mg capsule Hy-Phen: 5/500 mg tablet

Margesic H: 5/500 mg capsule

Lortab: 7.5/500 mg tablet Anexsia: 7.5/650 mg tablet

Lorcet Plus: 7.5/ 650 mg tablet Vicodin ES: 7.5/750 mg tablet

Lortab: 10/500 mg tablet Lorcet: 10/650 mg tablet

Anexsia: 10/660 mg tablet Vicodin HP: 10/660 mg tablet

**it doesn't matter if you have connections at a pharmacy. point is they do not produce 800mg pills. unless you know a PHARMACOLOGIST that can SYNTHESIZE you a batch of custom-made pills, there is no such thing as a 800mg pill of vicodin.**

anyways though onto the rest of your questions:

- Vicodin can be habit-forming. If you take this drug over a long period of time, you can become mentally and physically dependent on it, and you may find the drug no longer works for you at the prescribed dosage.

- Side effects cannot be anticipated.

More common side effects may include:

Dizziness, light-headedness, nausea, sedation, vomiting

If these side effects occur, it may help if you lie down after taking the medication.

Less common or rare side effects may include:

Allergic reactions, anxiety, blood disorders, constipation, decreased mental and physical capability, difficulty urinating, drowsiness, fear, itching, mental clouding, mood changes, restlessness, skin rash, slowed breathing, sluggishness

Vicodin may make you drowsy, less alert, or unable to function well physically. Do not drive a car, operate machinery, or perform any other potentially dangerous activities until you know how this drug affects you.

- Use caution in taking Vicodin if you have a head injury. Narcotics tend to increase the pressure of the fluid within the skull, and this effect may be exaggerated by head injuries. Side effects of narcotics can interfere in the treatment of people with head injuries.

Use Vicodin with caution if you have a severe liver or kidney disorder, an underactive thyroid gland, Addison's disease (a disease of the adrenal glands), an enlarged prostate, or urethral stricture (narrowing of the tube carrying urine from the bladder).

Narcotics such as Vicodin may interfere with the diagnosis and treatment of people with abdominal conditions.

Hydrocodone suppresses the cough reflex; therefore, be careful using Vicodin after an operation or if you have a lung disease.

High doses of hydrocodone may produce slowed breathing; if you are sensitive to this drug, you are more likely to experience this effect.

- Symptoms of a Vicodin overdose include:

Blood disorders, bluish tinge to skin, cold and clammy skin, extreme sleepiness progressing to a state of unresponsiveness or coma, general feeling of bodily discomfort, heart problems, heavy perspiration, kidney problems, limp muscles, liver failure, low blood pressure, nausea, slow heartbeat, troubled or slowed breathing, vomiting.

- As for showing up on drug tests, it depends on what type of drug test you are given - as with most drugs.

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