Reprexain Addiction and Abuse
Reprexain should only be taken as directed by a doctor. You should not take Reprexain to treat the pain of chronic conditions such as arthritis. This medication is intended for short-term treatment, and misusing this medication can lead to adverse side effects or dependency.
Hydrocodone attaches to opioid receptors in the brain, which changes your brain’s reaction to pain, thereby increasing your tolerance for pain. Ibuprofen keeps any fever and pain under control. Reprexain is taking orally once every four to six hours as needed to control pain levels. It is recommended that you take Reprexain at the first sign of pain for the medication to work effectively. Suddenly stopping this medication may cause symptoms of withdrawal, and you should never increase your dosage of Reprexain unless directed by your doctor.
Always take Reprexain exactly as prescribed by your doctor to avoid any adverse symptoms. Never combine Reprexain with any other medications, especially other pain relievers, to avoid serious symptoms or a possible overdose.
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