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If you experience moderate to moderately severe pain, your healthcare provider may prescribe Co-Gesic® (hydrocodone/APAP). This medication is a type of narcotic that contains two different medications: hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Co-Gesic is a highly abused drug of choice, as it is readily available and inexpensive. Seek medical attention immediately if you happen to overdose on Co-Gesic. Symptoms of an overdose include vomiting, a slow heart rate, or difficulty breathing.
 
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