Endocet 10/325 Mg Prescription

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Hi....i've been takin endocet for 8 yrs ..now i had changed to another pharmacy. i've been in this new Pharmacy for about two to three years now. Never had any problem. i also get my endocent there (10/325 - e 712) they help me real good for my back pain. i had a serious surgery on my lumber spine and them Endocet really help with my pain. now im noticing my pharmacy are trying to give me other pills that are 10/325 and they dont help with my back pain at all. i gave them back and they change them for me to endocent 10/325, the ones that really help with my back pain. is there a way for them to stop trying to change my medication knowing they dont help? they know already that the endocet helps me a lot. i've been getting them there for about two to three years now. is there something i can do about that?..thank u for any feedback.



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Verwon Says:

You should speak to your doctor about writing your prescription as 'brand medically necessary', or whatever the equivalent is in your state. If they do so, the pharmacy cannot give you an alternative generic.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation.

I am very sorry that you've been so miserable. Is there anything else I can help with?

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