Methocarbamol And Percocet - Possible Accidental Overdose

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Wendy Says:
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I had neck surgery two weeks ago and I may have accidentally doubled up on my medication. It is oxycodone/apap (percocet) 5-325 rx'd 1 to 2 every 4 to 6 hours, plus methocarbamol (robaxin) 750 rx'd 1 every eight hours. I may have taken 2 percocets and 1 robaxin at 7:30; then took the same dosage again accidentally at 7:45. For the life of me I can't remember if I had just thought about taking them at 7:30 when I went to take a shower and changed or if I actually did.. and then redosed myself after my shower.. I have not had any all day as I am trying to only take them when absolutely needed. But I had a pretty active day and was hurting so I was taking them to help me sleep.. Just a wee bit concerned here. I am 5'7 and about 215lbs. Thank you for any advice whether it is comforting or will scare the crap out of me, either way.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Wendy! How are you? Did you experience any adverse effects?

When in doubt, it never hurts to consult your doctor, or your nearest emergency services to be safe.

The FDA warns that doubling up like that could result in more severe side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, vomiting, and drowsiness. It could also result in overdose toxicity.

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Wendy Says:
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Hi Verwon. :-) Thank you for your reply. I ended up being ok. No adverse affects. I called my boss. [The surgeon who rx'd the meds] He felt I would be ok, but just to make sure, I had someone here with me to keep an eye on any possible symptoms. It sure sucks getting old and forgetful. LoL. Thank you again. God's Blessings.

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