Anexsia Related Topics

Anexsia (hydrocodone/paracetamol) is an opioid medication used to treat moderate to severe pain. It comes in pill or tablet form and is commonly used illegally as a recreational drug. Anexsia has the potential to become addictive if not used properly. Recreation use can lead to tolerance and dependence, increasing the risk for dangerous and sometimes fatal overdoses. If you’ve become addicted to Anexsia, it can be hard to quit because of the severe withdrawal symptoms experienced as the drug leaves the system. If you’re addicted, get treatment. Call The Recovery Village to learn more about treatment options.


Anexsia Related Topics

Mixing Anexsia and AlcoholTypically, doctors will discuss the risks associated with new prescriptions, as many medications should be consciously blocked from interacting with others. Anexsia is a commonly prescribed narcotic, and if it's taken alongside other substances it can cause some serious reactions.
Anexsia OverdoseAnexsia is a prescription medication recommended for treating moderate to severe pain. Anexsia contains both hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen.