Oxycodo Acetamino And Weight Gain

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Diane Says:

does this drug cause weight gain? Oxycodo Acetamino

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Verwon Says:

Oxycodone and Acetaminophen are the active ingredients in Percocet, which is a narcotic pain reliever and no, by itself, it isn't actually known to cause weight gain as a side effect.

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When it comes to most analgesics, rather than causing weight gain themselves, weight gain occurs due to a person being more sedentary, when they're in pain. Many people are afraid of being in pain and don't realize that exercise can actually help relieve it, so they gradually slow down and stop doing their normal activities.

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