Mylan Brand Percocet 10/325

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Angela Says:
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I am looking for Watson 10/325 Percocet and they no longer make them. What about Mylan brand? Has anyone had those- also Amneal is another generic. Help!!!



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EJ Says:

My wife takes the 10/325 and has preferred the Watson also. Mylan worked well for her but we can't find anyone near us that carries Mylan. Who are you getting them from?

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David Says:

I haven't had any personal experience with this med, but after seeing all the complaints against Actavis I think any other brand would be worth looking into.

Endo Pharmaceuticals also makes Percocet. I'd just be mindful of the inactive ingredients (binders/fillers) that they put into those tablets, because you never know if something in there could be effecting its potency/bioavailability from the point of absorption.

From what I've read, Endo uses the following inactive ingredients in all of their Percocet tablets (however, different dosages also contain a specific color dye as well): Croscarmellose sodium, colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, pregelatinized cornstarch, povidone, stearic acid, and crospovidone.

Does anyone else find this brand to be better than others?

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Bella Says:
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Just started endo from watson and I am so happy with it. I feel like I am taking watson. No side effects.

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Diane Says:

do you mean you are taking endocet by endo? I don't think Watson made endocet I could be wrong though.

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Bella Says:
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Sorry. I meant I was taking watson brand and then I got Endocet which was great and now I have brand name. Endocet is hard to find but it worked great.

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josh Says:
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help me can you tell me where what pharmacy has those

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Michael Says:

Endo is the the real deal. They are the makers of percacets. Endocet comes off the same production line and they call it their generic. Generic brand Endocet is the only way to go.

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Sondra Says:
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Can I get the percocets delivered by fed ex or ups??

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BeBe55 Says:

Get doctor to write just plain oxycodone mg.? No added fillers or Tylenol, way way cheaper and don't have to worry over finding the good brands! I did this, medicare D, no longer pays for anything yellow in oxycodone or percocet name brand. The 10 mg. If you were on 10/325 will be oxycodone 10mg. Little pink tablet

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Devs Says:
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My pharmacy also changed to Mylan percocet and in my opinion they wiork about as good as a big chalky gaviscon. Anyone else exoerience this?

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