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Vicodin Street Names

Widely used to treat pain after surgery or to help patients moderate chronic pain related to a variety of conditions, Vicodin is one of the more commonly prescribed painkillers that fall under the category of opioid medications. As with many of these painkillers, however, Vicodin is highly addictive. Statistics show that it is one of the opioid painkillers that is most commonly abused in the United States today. But it is possible to be addicted to Vicodin and not even know it, and that is because there are a number of street names for Vicodin under which it is sold illegally. If you regularly use any of the following, you may be addicted to Vicodin and should pursue addiction recovery immediately:

  • Fluff
  • Dillies
  • Hydro
  • Maxi, Maxine
  • Scratch
  • Vic, vikes, vees, vitamin V, vicogesic
  • Vitamin H

Each street name for Vicodin has a different origin. Some street names are derived from the name Vicodin, which is the brand name for the substance. Other street names come from the labels associated with generic versions of the drug. Whatever name it goes under, however, Vicodin can lead to many health problems if it's abused. Customized treatment in traditional or alternative rehab programs for Vicodin addiction is the best way to get sober and avoid long-term damage to your body.

The harmful side effects of Vicodin are many, and they include:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Breathing difficulty
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty passing urine
  • Mood changes such as anxiety or depression

The side effects of Vicodin are worse when the drug is consumed along with other substances such as alcohol. Excessive use of the painkiller is never advised, but it is particularly unsafe when you combine it with drinking, as many addicts have experienced liver failure when they drank alcohol and took Vicodin at the same time. This effect is possible whether you take the drug under its brand name or under one of the many street names for Vicodin. It is imperative that you enter rehab and start healing if addiction is a problem, or you might end up dead.

Whether you take the drug under a street name for Vicodin or its official brand designation, BetterAddictionCare can help you get care near you for your addiction. Our recovery network includes some of the top addiction counseling and recovery programs nationwide, and we can help you find programs accepting new patients, so you can get help now. Call today or fill out our contact form for confidential help with your Vicodin addiction. Our client care specialists will work diligently to help you find the best treatment for you.

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