Review: Vicoprin side effects
(By eHealthMe on Mar, 6, 2014)
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This is a review of Vicoprin side effects by studying 6 people who take Vicoprin. We analyze Vicoprin side effects by the time on the drug, gender and age (0-60+) of the users. The review is based on reports from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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What is Vicoprin
Vicoprin (latest outcomes from 14 users) has active ingredients of aspirin; hydrocodone bitartrate. It is often used in pain.
Other drugs that have the same active ingredients (aspirin; hydrocodone bitartrate): Azdone.
On Mar, 6, 2014: 6 people who reported to have side effects when taking Vicoprin are studied
Most common Vicoprin side effects*:
If people were to have side effects while taking Vicoprin, what are they:
(1) Loss Of Voice: 2 reports.
(2) Halitosis (offensive breath): 2 reports.
(3) Sleep Walking (walking during sleep): 1 report.
(4) Pain Inflammation Activated: 1 report.
(5) Headache (pain in head): 1 report.
(6) Sweating Increased (excess sweating): 1 report.
If people were to have side effects after taking Vicoprin for a long term (> 1 year), what are they:
(1) Pain Inflammation Activated: 1 report.
Vicoprin side effects by gender*:
Vicoprin side effects in women:
(1) Halitosis: 1 report.
(2) Sweating increased: 1 report.
(3) Headache: 1 report.
Vicoprin side effects in men:
(1) Headaches: 1 report.
(2) Pain inflammation activated: 1 report.
(3) Loss of voice: 1 report.
(4) Sleep walking: 1 report.
(5) Claritin: 1 report.
Vicoprin side effects by age*:
Vicoprin side effects in children aged 0-1:
Vicoprin side effects in children aged 2-9:
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 10-19:
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 20-29:
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 30-39:
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 40-49:
(1) Halitosis: 1 report.
(2) Headaches: 1 report.
(3) Pain inflammation activated: 1 report.
(4) Loss of voice: 1 report.
(5) Claritin: 1 report.
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 50-59:
Vicoprin side effects in people aged 60+:
(1) Sweating increased: 1 report.
(2) Headache: 1 report.
(3) Sleep walking: 1 report.
* Some reports may have incomplete information.
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From this study (2 years ago):
My husbant took vicodine for pain and seens then he lost his voice. so no voice for two weeks already. Can you please give advise what to do.
From this study (5 years ago):
My doctor perscribed Claritin to me for Allergies. Within 3 days of taking it i felt so sick. I was very, very dizzy and had this foggyness in my brain. I went online and checked the interactions of the drugs I am currently taking. I started elliminating the drugs I could and once I stopped the claritin I felt much better. The feeling was gone witin 2 days. As soon as you feel lightheadedness with this drug stop!!
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