Loriset

Were you looking for more information about Lorcet? Loriset is a common misspelling of Lorcet.
 
Lorcet® (hydrocodone/APAP), a pain relief medicine, contains both acetaminophen and hydrocodone (a narcotic). Due to the hydrocodone component, Lorcet is a highly desired drug of abuse and is prescribed under a strict set of laws and regulations. Before using the medication, you should let your healthcare provider know if you have Addison's disease, lung disease, or a history of alcohol or drug abuse. Lorcet comes in tablet and capsule form, and is taken "as needed" or on a scheduled basis.
 
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