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  1. ... medicines. Tramadol hydrochloride is a type of painkiller called an opioid. It is related to morphine, though ...

    5 Answers · Health · 16/08/2007

  2. It depends on the painkiller and the dosage. Some painkillers such as Tylenol when ...

    3 Answers · Health · 17/07/2008

  3. What do you mean " painkillers "? Are you referring to opiates? And if you ...

    5 Answers · Health · 09/03/2011

  4. "experimented recreationally with painkillers off and on"? Why? So basically... to "experiment recreationally with painkillers ". And yet you're asking...

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  5. Vicodin contains an opioid painkiller . Opioid painkillers , which are... discontinued. Addicts abuse painkillers by taking them in order to experience...

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  6. Aspirin isn't a painkiller . Most of its benefits come from its anti-inflammatory...vessel in the case of a migraine, or a tight muscle in the case of a tension headache. Painkillers (hydrocodone, morphine, endorphines) simply stop the pain. The ...

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  7. Painkillers aren't just psychological placebos, they actually can reduce pain or can reduce...perception of pain. I can only assume you're taking the wrong kind of painkillers for your migraine. When I have a full-blown migraine, ibuprofen...

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  8. Narcotic painkillers (opiates) can slow your breathing which could be why your...

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  9. ...of pain and sometimes the oral surgeon might advise taking a pre surgical dose of painkillers such as non steroidal non inflammatories such as mefenemic acid or synflex...

    3 Answers · Health · 08/04/2008

  10. ... you asking why people are telling you that abusing painkillers will lead to harder stuff? Or are you letting all the...

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