10-325 Generic Percocet

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David Says:

The pill which you are describing is Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone bitartrate (325 mg - 10 mg).

Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain.

For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen+%2B+Hydrocodone/­

If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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Leo Says:

Have Late Onset CMT4-J very painful

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PleasantCreek Says:
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Leo? Are you taking the Percocet 10/325? I have MS and a misfire in my brain, so I've been on it for well over 8 years now. I'm not sure what your question is but I've tried to go off of them due to stigma from society, it's awful and I'd rather be pain free than in pain. That's just me. The choice is certainly yours and yours only, I opted to stay on them because daily activities are slowly being taken from me, they've had neon every patch, morphine, and long term drug out there and all have had terrible side effects, for some reason, my body and mind responds much better to the Percocet 10/325. So I choose to stay on them. Also when they started changing everything, my thought process wasn't normal AT ALL and I had to beg my Pain Doc to please stop as the anxiety I was experiencing for a week prior to seeing her was more than I could bare. I believe it was the unknown of "what next" theory. So make the choice yourself. Remember doctors are only "Practicing Medicine", that's why they are said to be "Practicing Doctors", you have the control, nobody else. If your trying to get off, wing yourself, drop for a week by one pill, then the next week drop another pill, this way you'll not suffer severe withdrawals or dangerous side effects. Good luck.

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PleasantCreek Says:
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I meant they've had me on every long term drug out there ***

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Leo Says:

where can I find a monthlky supply of percs 10/325? I have Late Onset CMT4-J an Orphan disease and as a non-cancer disease Mayor Bloomberg prohibits opiods for non-cancer pain as of 5 years ago throughout NYC. Thats why NYC is such a b**** when it ciomes to being in pain in NYC. Leo

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Jillady Says:

one woman stated she was on percocet, and thinks they are hydrocodone, but in fact they are oxycodone and tylenol. get off the tylenol if you have long term chronic pain so your liver will last longer.

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