I'm sorry you aren't feeling well.
It takes most people close to 20 hours to fully digest and push out your food.
If someone is not getting enough fiber or water...it can take up to 100 hours!
I don't think the Hydrocodone would make it into your intestines that quickly.
And usually, the immediate release medicines are full effect within 45 minutes.
Since the Ultram ER is meant to be a 24 hour medicine...some of it is released by the gastric juices in your stomach....but then the rest is through the enzymes in your intestine.
It depends on how much diarrhea you actually had as it most likely did not clear you entirely out. This would be where you would keep going literally a few times every hour...for a day or so. It just "seems" like more when it's diahrrea.
Your burger wouldn't even have digested that quickly in the 15 minutes to a half hour.....
If you had thrown up....that would have been the burger's fault causing gastric distress.
So, most likely....the diarrhea was caused by something else that had already digested in the intestines.
Again....this is all just basic knowledge stuff that I have learned when I got a terrible stomach virus that lasted a week...And I take a bunch of different medication from ER to IR meds as well.
But I am certainly not a Dr.!
I would contact your Dr. who prescribes these meds and ask them what to do about your medication and how to take it if you are still feeling sick....Or if you are able to hold down the burger and are hungry for dinner tonight....than it seems you got rid of the potential bug...
SB and "the pup who snores loudly"
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(reabsorption of bone 2 years later...still lost in body..expect to burp it out at anytime..haha"))
ACDF with hardware, allograft bone Nov. 2005
Anterior and Posterior CDF, allograft bone with BMP, removal of old hardware, use of titanium plates, rods, screws, & kitchen sink (lol) Oct 2006