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Drug Facts and Comparisons (2001)
Dosage: Do not exceed recommended dosage.
Hepotoxicity: Hepotoxicity and severe hepatic failure occurred in chronic alcoholics following therapeutic doses. The hepatotoxicity is believed to be caused by induction of Hepatic microsomal enzymes resulting in an increase of toxic metabolites, or by the reduced amount of glutathinone responsible for conjugateing toxic metabolites or by the reduced amount of glutathine responsible for conjugating toxic metabolites. A safe dose for a chronic alcohol abuser has not been determined. Caution regular alcohol users to limit acetameniphin use to less than 2 grams per day.
Originally posted by Dr Love
I wouldn't tell the dentist anything. I'd take the oxycontin and the vicodins.