Generic Percocet 10 650 Best

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tbaby56 Says:


Which generic manufacturer has the most active ingredient? I think endo does but its hard to find in jeff in. What would be the next best to the endo?



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Verwon Says:

What it really comes down to is which one works best for you. Everyone can say which one they've found to work best, but that doesn't mean you'll have the same experience with it.

You can learn more Percocet details here.

One thing you could try is asking your doctor to write the prescription as 'brand medically necessary', so your insurance would pay for it and then you'd eliminate the problem.

Does anyone else have any ideas or advice?

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