Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019429/003.

Names and composition

"FIORINAL W/CODEINE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ASPIRIN and BUTALBITAL and CAFFEINE and CODEINE PHOSPHATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019429/003 FIORINAL W/CODEINE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019429/003 FIORINAL W/CODEINE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG
074359/001 BUTALBITAL, ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE, AND CODEINE PHOSPHATE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG
074951/001 BUTALBITAL, ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE, AND CODEINE PHOSPHATE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG
075231/001 BUTALBITAL, ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE, AND CODEINE PHOSPHATE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG
075351/001 BUTALBITAL, ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE, AND CODEINE PHOSPHATE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG
203335/001 BUTALBITAL, ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE AND CODEINE PHOSPHATE ASPIRIN; BUTALBITAL; CAFFEINE; CODEINE PHOSPHATE CAPSULE/ORAL 325MG and 50MG and 40MG and 30MG

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Answered questions

Can you use frozen urine for drug test i need to test positive for fiorinal w codeine?
i ran out of medicine so i did urine sample while it was in my system and froze the urine Asked by Hunter Ronin 1 year ago.

No problem. Thaw it first. Answered by Amos Cristina 1 year ago.

Who are you cheating? YOU! What is your problem? Get a grip and act like an adult. Answered by Esta Popovich 1 year ago.

I think they will notice if it has been frozen or not Answered by Ashlyn Madi 1 year ago.


What are the negative side effects of painkillers?
I have been described a heavy dose of oxycodone (Percocet) and loritabs that I have been taking at the correct dosage as prescribed by my doctor. I was originally on morphine for my accident also. After 5 weeks of basically eating painkillers like candy I am curious to know if I am looking at long term... Asked by Jimmy Klemen 1 year ago.

I have been described a heavy dose of oxycodone (Percocet) and loritabs that I have been taking at the correct dosage as prescribed by my doctor. I was originally on morphine for my accident also. After 5 weeks of basically eating painkillers like candy I am curious to know if I am looking at long term ramifications of this (can't get in touch with my doctor, vacation, and was curious if anyone had an idea). Answered by Wynell Viafara 1 year ago.

I'm on MScontin and Fiorinal w/codeine. Most negative side effect is definitely constipation. Also short memory span, and I don't feel real confident driving, and I'm on the least amount possible to help my pain. (Optic neuralgia-it's a long story.) It says possible dizziness, fainting, drowsiness, weight gain, weight loss, (really!) blurred vision, tiredness. They pretty much cover everything, but for me it's just the dreaded constipation. I'll continue:anxiety disorders, nausea,sweating , yawning, weakness, and it goes on and on. I don't think there are long term ramifications, if you mean you will eventually stop them. If you have more questions, e-mail me. I've been on them over 10 years, and my balance isn't great. But I'm on Oxygen too (for pulminary fibrosis), which has nothing to do with the chronic pain. Come to think of it, I do have a lot of anxiety problems too, but they're not from the pain pills. Wow! I sound like a real doozie, don't I? I'm just going with the flow. I suggest you call your pharmacist with these types of questions. Call late at night or early in the morning when he/she is not busy. I have come to learn that pharmacists know a lot more about meds than most doctors. Good luck to you, my friend. I hope you get back to 100%. :) Answered by Carylon Milbrandt 1 year ago.

You really shouldn't be on painkillers unsupervised. I'm surprised any doctor would allow that . . . the most important long term ramification that I can think of is addiction. Pain killers are narcotics and are highly addictive, so be careful. Answered by Taylor Nickolls 1 year ago.

Im a 42 yr old construction worker, and i can tell you first hand that painkillers are highly addictive if not closely monitored by a pain specialist. ive seen alot of close friends get addicted because they abused them. talk to your doc as soon as possible about alternatives and pain management specialists. Answered by Tim Wint 1 year ago.

hi there............well i have been on pain meds since last Aug due to an accident. i have been on oxy,musclerelaxers and antiinflamatory meds. the first 6 months i took them as the doc ordered, now i only take when needed. you have to slowly take yourself off them if you can. long term effects are liver and kidney damage and addiction. talk with your doctor and explain your thoughts to him or her. you also might want some blood work done to see if you have any problems with your organs. good luck to you...... :) talk to you soon. Answered by Mohammed Creveling 1 year ago.

First off your not supposed to mix pills such as antidepressants or pain killers. Second off your not supposed to mix alcohol with any type of pill. That would probably be the result of hallucinations etc. and you should probably get someone to get her help/to get her to stop Answered by Julieta Pankhurst 1 year ago.

Painkillers such as aspirin and others in large amounts are likely to be bad for your kidneys. Answered by Melodie Portlock 1 year ago.

Can be very addicting and bad for your liver. VIcodin was my friend. Answered by Bong Albertini 1 year ago.

the only thing i can think of is that you get addicted to them Answered by Daryl Binggeli 1 year ago.


Medical marijuana possibility?
back in 2003 i fractured my left ankle from falling down a hill. the doctors diagnosed it as a "mild sprain" and 2 years later learned from the foot doctor that it was broken the whole time and never got properly treated. now i have a dead ATL that wont heal ever again. now 6 years later, after many... Asked by Terry Cotroneo 1 year ago.

back in 2003 i fractured my left ankle from falling down a hill. the doctors diagnosed it as a "mild sprain" and 2 years later learned from the foot doctor that it was broken the whole time and never got properly treated. now i have a dead ATL that wont heal ever again. now 6 years later, after many visits to the pediatrist and failed therapy treatments, the pain is still very very strong and i have trouble walking at times. ALSO, my right thumb (first metacarpal bone) has a dead ligament and also has as much pain as my ankle. ive tried tylenol for arthritis, ibuprofin, vicodin, etc. they have no effects on relieving the pain what so ever. does anyone think medical marijuana is a possibility? i live in michigan, so that is why i ask the question, and have heard some good results. someone help me! please and thanks! Answered by Felisa Lucido 1 year ago.

So far it's mainly for chemo and glaucoma. The doctor who gave you the vicodin, can you ask him/her if you can try MSContin and/or Fiorinal w/Codeine? That's what I'm on for chronic unbearable hot nerve pain. It's the ONLY thing that works for me. It's worth a try.......About the weed, you could ask him about it. I don't think they're handing it out like candy, but if he's not afraid to help you, ask! No one should have to live in pain. Don't give up. Have you been to a pain clinic? It took me 9 years of hell and over 60 doctors to finally get relief. My prayers are with you. :) Answered by Bernie Lanson 1 year ago.

Because of the pain you are experiencing I have to ask you if any doctor has ever tested you for RSD aka Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (aka CRPS; Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome)? Does your pain feel like it is burning, stabbing, pins and needles? Those are symptoms of this disease. I've had it for over 10yrs from a sprained ankle in an auto accident. It took the doctors over 3 months to diagnose me and it is considered rare (although I believe many never get diagnosed) and I felt like my foot was broken at the time of the accident and I still feel like I'm walking on a broken foot. My pain has also spread up my leg and into my hip. It can go to other extremities also. If your pain is due to any type of nerve damage (which RSD is), the use of medical marijuana helps tremendously. It gives me about 35% pain relief and has kept me on the same dose of pain meds for 8 of the over 10yrs I've been in what is called "The most painful chronic pain disease known to man". You should seek out a doctor who will not only prescribe this for you but also find an Orthopedic or Pain doctor who is willing to test you for RSD and other possibilities as this disease stems from sudden minor trauma to an extremity most of the time. I pray you do not have RSD but if you do, it would be nice to know what you are up against and what treatments are available even though there is no cure. I have learned to live with my pain thanks to the use of marijuana for pain. I only use it in small doses (unlike my party days) and maybe smoke 1 to 2 times a day taking only about 3/4 hits at any time. My prayers are with you Answered by Lakeshia Pelaez 1 year ago.

Medical marijuana is actually fairly simple to get a prescription for in states where it's legal. Go to a doctor who approves of it's use and ask him about the potential benefits. If he thinks it will be helpful, he'll write a prescription and you'll enter into the process of obtaining your new miracle treatment, which it most certainly is. Answered by Migdalia Fallon 1 year ago.

Drug addiction being the way it is, I would recommend using accupuncture and hypnosis for your pain. Medical marijuana is for people with cancer, who are dying and in such agony that nothing really helps, including the marijuana. Stop being such a baby. There are people all over this country with problems worse than yours and they don't use marijuana, or anything else narcotic for that matter. If you can still walk at all, you simply don't have all that much pain. I should know. I fractured my hip about 10 years ago. I spent two years in a wheelchair. I searched high and low for pain relief that wouldn't fog my thinking and came up with several things which I combined to heal my hip and get out of the wheelchair altogether. I use Tahitian Noni Juice by Morinda for the pain and to improve the way my body uses the Joint support drops, also by Morinda. I use accupuncture for the healing and the pain, and hypnosis for the pain and occasional sleeping problems. I have managed to heal the hip and get out of the wheelchair. I am no longer on disability. I am back at work 40 hours a week. I do not use drugs, and I do not drink alcohol. Man up. Answered by Shante Yantzi 1 year ago.

Everyone is different. But yes, medicinal marijuana is a possible treatment. You will know in 30 days. Answered by Bea Gunst 1 year ago.

just go for it, im pretty sure you will be able to get it. most medical marijuana patients got their card because of pain issues. Answered by Rheba Chino 1 year ago.

I agree with you, though I don't have a problem with it for recreational purposes, either. Treat it like alcohol -- enjoy a little bit, but don't drive or perform brain surgery under its influence. Answered by Trisha Gatzke 1 year ago.

you can get it for practically ANYTHING Answered by Michelle Karpe 1 year ago.


Drugs question?
how long does E stay in the body for visable on drug tests? Asked by Donita Sciulli 1 year ago.

Amphetamines (Biphetamine, Black Beauties, Crosses, Dexedrine, Hearts), 1-2 days Anabolic steroids (Stanzolol, Stanazolol, Nandrolene; Steroids, Roids, Juice), oral- up to 3 weeks; injected- up to 3-6 months and more Barbituates (Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, Phenobarbital; Barbs), 2-3 days Benzodiazepines (e.g., Ativan, Halcion, Librium, Rohypnol, Valium; Roofies, Tranks, Xanax), 2-3 days Cocaine (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), (Candy, Coke, Crack, Flake, Rocks, Snow, Whitecoat), 1-2 days Codeine (e.g., Fiorinal w/codeine, Robitussin A-C, Empirin w/codeine, Tylenol w/codeine, 1-2 days GHB (G, Grievous Bodily Harm, Goob, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid X), 1-2 days Heroin (Horse, Smack), 1-2 days Inhalents, just a few hours Ketamine (K, Kit Kat, Special K, Vitamin K), 2-4 days LSD (Acid, Blotter, Microdot, Yellow sunshine), a few hours or up to 5 days Marijuana (Bud, Blunt, Grass, Herb, Pot, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Smoke, Weed), 2-5 days (the daily, heavy user can sometimes be detected up to 30+ days) MDMA (Ecstasy), 1-5 days Methadone, 1-7 days Methamphetamines (Crank, Crystal, Desoxyn, Glass, Ice, Speed), 2-4 days Methaqualone (Ludes, Quaaludes), 10-15 days Nicotine (Cigarettes, Cigars, Habitrol patch, Nicorette gum, Nicotrol spray, Prostep patch; Smokeless tobacco, Snuff, Spit tobacco), 1-2 days Opiates (i.e., Opium: China, Dreams, Laudanum, Paregoric; Dover's Powder), 1-2 days Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percolone, Roxicodone), 1-2 days PCP (Angel Dust, Boat, Hog, Love Boat), 1-8 days For chronic drug users, drugs (other than alcohol) can be retained in the system much longer by the chronic-user after their last use. For instance, marijuana and PCP can be detected for up to 60-90 days after lengthy, heavy-use periods of use. Answered by Lenny Langwell 1 year ago.

Tested for in Standard Drug Tests? NO Can Trigger Tests for Other Substances? Yes : Amphetamines Detection Period in Urine: Single Use: 1 - 3 days Heavy Use: 3 - 5 days Answered by Felipe Mcnaney 1 year ago.

Depends on what drugs r in it, cocaine and what not only stay a couple days but other stuff can lasts weeks just depends on what there made with, ive had some friends go into seizures on X and i had a near death experience its not really worth a night of fun you should try finding more to do with your time your life sounds like it must be a little boring if you gotta pop pills, try geting a job and going to church or making some new friends would probably be a real good idea Answered by Mathilde Buddie 1 year ago.


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