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    Zohydro ER, 20mg....stopped working....misery.
    An_261465 posted:
    The wonderful meds suddenly stopped working.

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    Kat23429 responded:
    I think calling your doctor is the best answer to this question. Go to the ER for uncontrollable pain that leaves you unable to function normally.
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    I have to agree with Kat23429. Your doctor would be the best person to ask this question. Please consult him/her before taking more medication (which can be potentially harmful), or go to the emergency room.

    I would also check out Zohyrdro in WebMD's Drugs & Supplements Center where you can read user reviews. WebMD has over 20 user reviews and you might be able to find someone who experienced the same or a similar situation. You can read user reviews of the drug here .

    Please be sure to keep us updated. We care about you and we are here for you ((hugs)).

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