Oxycodone Vs Endocet

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trisha Says:

I got endocet for my last prescription vs oxycodone and tylenol and it doesnt seem to be giving me the same results - is it true it could have different fillers in it therefore not making it the same

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Verwon Says:

It is not only the fillers that can be different, there can also be differences in the active ingredients between a name brand and a generic.

The FDA does allow them to differ by as much as plus or minus 20%, they consider this to be an acceptable therapeutic difference.

So, for instance if you are used to taking a certain generic that may have more of the active ingredient in it and you suddenly switch to the name brand that the FDA is more strict about, so it just has the exact amount, you could have problems from getting a lower dose and may find it is not as effective for you.

The reverse, of course, is also true, if you go from a name brand to a generic.


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me Says:

ENDOCET is OxyCodone its just GENERIC and MANY different Pharmaceutical companies make the Generic (SO CALLED) Equivalent. They DO use different FILLERS and ROXICET is No Longer called a GENERIC Pain Pill it is now like ORIGINAL PERCOCET and costs the SAME as Name Brand Pills. This is Why your insurance company will NOT pay for ROXICET any longer. your getting the SHAFT at your OWN expense. ROXICET are being SA|VED for SELF - PAY, or High End Insurance Companies who WILL pay for them. You MUST pay for them out of pocket if you want them. Or just take the CHEEP OLD EXPIRED HALF as STRONG Generic they Give You.

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Jonath Says:

i looked up the specific ingredients, the odd ones i got last time had a ton of magnesium in them, as a natural lubricant for their production. problem is with me, i have a slow digestive track due to renal failure. i noticed the new pills not working as well or at all sometimes, and then i went to the bathroom and saw HALF a pill still there in my stools...no wonder, my body cant dreak it down. im on the hunt for endocet, someone HAS to be carrying it.

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