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Taking norco m367 for years. Dealing with triple bypass. Should I want to replace them?

i have been taking norco m367 for several years 4000mg a day and they don't work noe without doubleing up on then what should i ask the doctor to replace them with?
ok i need something stronger than the norco's i'm taking now but i am also dealing with a triple bypass i had in dec.can you tell me what i can ask my doctor for?
i still only have a state of ca. medical card to pay with i need to know how to pay you with my medical card so i can get the answer
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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NORCO m 367 is a narcotics which has 10 mg of hydrocodone which is active content. It maximum safe dose is 40 mg/day, after the 40 mg/day dose person is consider to be addict, and nothing else will work.

Doctors will be resilient, prescribing a higher dose of that drug. As their is risk of addiction. And none of the doctor will risk loosing their practicing license.

Now its not possible to pay, using CA. medical card.

Hope it helps
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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