Camber Pharmaceuticals Generic Percocet (Page 26)

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Marv Says:
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Just got Camber Pharm generic Percocet at Walgreens instead of the Actavis brand. It's giving me an upset stomach and causing me to feel weird. Has anyone else had a similar reaction?

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Bella Says:

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To the best of my knowledge and I should say; Ive been through all the BS with medications. Pharmacy's will not take the pills back once you sign for them and leave the store. If its a chain pharmacy they have no control over whats sent to them by corporate. If its Wallgreens (that I have dealt with), they only have Camber in percocet and oxycodone. I switched to a different independent pharmacy for pain medication. They can be flexible; although I still think once the med's leave the store they can not take it back. I had to fine a Doctor that would support me and give me a new script. I had to raise hell with the insurance company. Even with the independent he could only get Actavis percocet in 7.5mg and 10mg. I use 5mg; so I switched to Oxycodone from Epic pharmacy and use tylenol with it. Camber is dangerous IMO but then so are alot of the generic drugs today.

This whole mess with Oxycodone and the fools that made up all these senseless rules just make me sick. My Doctor recently wrote a script for 125 5mg pills for the month. She went 5 over the current limit, just to make sure i would be ok until my next appt. NOPE.....can only fill 120 at a time;without prior approval from ins. However, they would have given me a much higher dose of 120 if the script was written for that. Now what kind of sense does that make. Its a joke and its a rule made up by jokers. It certainly isnt about my well being and saftey. I use to be able to fill my script 3 to 5 days in advance. NOw, I can not until 1 day before. Have your Doctor up to the dosage to make it more per day; so that you can fill it when its convenient. We have to outsmart the idiots who are running our control and playing Doctor.

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Bella Says:

We have to outsmart the idiots who are running our control and playing Doctor.

I meant the idiots who are running our Country and playing Doctor. Sorry, I do get worked up when I talk about this. Oh, but how I love to expose them anymore. The hell they put people through and could care less. The health care system is broken, broken, broken. Anyone who thinks they are looking out for us should do some research. Its allllll about profit.

People say they want single payer. Do some research or go to the DMV and wait in line for 3hrs for a simple transaction and you might change your mind about the government running your health care. If they ever accomplish single payer; you can bet our politicians will not have the same. They will have 5 star health care, just as they do now. Our veterans get poor health while the powers that be discuss free health care for non-citizens. Free is a word used to pander for votes. Dishonesty about deaths caused by prescription opiods gets votes. Not that Im fond of the person that said this; "Fake News." I think our politicians and media consist of a bunch of hateful, narcissistic juveniles. Anybody who is honest, sincere and has common sense is voted out.

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n2braves Says:

Re: Bella (# 502)

Just wanted to say I agree with you Bella! So sorry for everyone who suffered taking Camber poison.

Walgreens is still ordering Actavis for me.

There have been a couple of months where they forgot and luckily after explaining the situation to Wal Mart, they agreed to fill it for me when Walgreens can't.

They carry several different brands and so far I have received KVK and Mallinckrodt. I know they also carry Rhodes but didn't have them when I was there.

I had no problem with either of those brands.

My PM doctor says to keep spreading the word about this poison.

He says that if there is enough bad press about it or people start taking their business elsewhere, these pharmacies will be forced to stop stocking this crap.

Everytime I think about how sick I was on Camber it makes me angry.

Anyway, glad you all are feeling better.

Thanks for spreading the word!

I also told them not to put that I won't accept Camber Percocet but no Camber products period!

No way would I trust ANY of their poison!

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Bravesfan Says:

Re: n2braves (# 503)

Sorry! Forgot I use Bravesfan on this site!

Got confused!

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Mejane Says:
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Once Camber made me sick as well switched to ALVOGEN GENERIC PERCOCET & it’s almost worse than Camber! Omg BIG PHARMA genocide going on here with us chronic pain patients?!?

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J Says:

Hopefully these side effects are temporarily. I am on 5 medications. I just started to take a new med that give me a few side effects but went away after a few days except for dry mouth, which I never remember getting before. I take lifesavers candy believe it or not to get rid I of the dry mouth.

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