Ic Endocet 5 325

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Lita Says:


Is IC endocet 5-325 petcocet?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, it is just another name brand for a medication that contains the same active ingredients as Percocet, Acetaminophen and Oxycodone.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation.

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https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Percocet/­

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Jeff Says:

Hello We just switched pharmacies and for years we have been taking oxycodone / acetaminophen 5 - 325 MG tabs. The new pharmacy gave us IC Endocet 5 - 325 tablet. Are they the same and won't your bady notice the change?

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Marti Says:

I've been taking (which I thought were the same) meds for about a year for severe osteoarthritis of my knees..generic Percocet, Endocet, Oxycod/APAP 5 - 325. It really helped the pain, I actually always cut the pills in halves..and sometimes I take less than was prescribed.
3 days ago I filled my prescription for Oxycod/APAP 5 - 325mg (Made by Mallinckro). I somehow started to feel sick, I got somachaches, I became drenched in sweat, and yesterday I collapsed and barely was able to call 911. I was taken to the hospital, I felt better, they couldn't find anything seriously wrong.
I just realized that this med. might be different from what I took before.
This was a very serious episode, I became extremely dizzy, couldn't stand up for several minutes, I hurt my legs, my knees, I was extremly frightened..
Is this med. different from Endocet, Percocet..??? Thank you

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Ellen Says:

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE be careful with generic forms of medications. Doctor's, Pharmacy's, Pharmaceutical companies and ESPECIALLY insurance companies will not always tell you that the formula has been changed when they transferred to generic, in fact I have had a Pharmacist and my Insurance company flat out lie to me. I nearly ended up in the emergency room, and nearly had a car accident when Watson pharmaceuticals purchased Avasta Pharmaceuticals; then dropped the Watson name (I suspect because they have multiple legal suits filed against them) Avasta altered the formula of 10/325 Oxycodone which I use for horrific Fybromyalgia pain. Because of the side affects, I nearly ended up in the ER.

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Mikes mom Says:

I have been taking endocet 602 5/325 for 3 years it has helped me, I have no problems or side effects. Today unbeknownst to me I noticed ( because pills did not seem to be working) look at the bottle and the pill which had a different imprint on it. New pill say Oxycod/apap 5/325 .....I do understand that different pharmaceutical companies make them. But WHY WOULD THEY CHANGE WITHOUT INFORMING ME. I KNOW THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THE SAME, BUT THEY ARE NOT, MY PAIN TELLS ME THAT??? Advice please

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