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Yellow oval pill with T194 on one side

Is this T 194 yellow pill a new Percocet? Is it regular release? My pharmacy switched from the A333 version. ## An oblong/oval yellow pill marked with T 194 on one side and blank on the other is an immediate release 10/325mg Oxycodone HCL + Acetaminophen tablet (generic for Percocet, NDC 31722-0194). I don't know how new it is (I think it was approved some time around April 2017 per the NDC page), but the manufacturer is Camber Pharmaceuticals. Inactive Ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Crospovidone - Microcrystalline Cellulose - Croscarmellose Sodium - Povidone - Starch, Pregelatinized Corn - Stearic Acid - D&C Yellow No. 10 I hope this helps! ## Thank you David. I appreciate the time and compassion it takes to reply and help others. ## Ive been on Oxycodone 10/325 for 2 yrs. I...

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Percocet vs Oxycodone Strengths

Out of curiosity what is stronger Percocet 7.5 (325 mg) or Oxycodone 10 mg Immediate Release (IR)? I know the only difference between these two is one has Acetaminophen and one doesn’t. The 7.5 mg Perc didn’t say if it was IR or (Extended Release) ER. If needed more details I’ll explain replying to your post(s). Just trying to have an idea. ## Percocet is immediate release, and even though the Acetaminophen does boost its efficacy for some people that take it, the 10mg Oxycodone is still stronger. The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, headache, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## No. That’s perfect thanks! Had 2 surgeries in the past (1...

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Percoset alternatives

Given that federal law permits generic pharmaceutical manufacturers to diminish principle ingredient(s) by as much as -20% (i.e. minus 20% as compared to the principle amount in the original or "brand" version), I am attempting to find a generic producer of Percocet that has proven to be more effective for others in situations like or similar to mine. Due to a hard fall, I sustained an injury called spondylolethesis (i.e. shifting vertebrae) from L4, L5, & S1. Corrective surgery was required involving a vertical abdominal incision below the navel and two low-back incisions on either side of lumbar spine to allow installation of the appropriate orthopedic spine hardware (e.g. screws, rods, posts, etc.). Since the post-op pain has only increased from surgery 2 wks. ago, and th...

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What is the best generic version of Percocet (Rhodes or Endo)?

If anyone could help me with just these two...Rhodes or Endo - as those are the only choices I have for right now, I'd greatly appreciate it. I take 7.5mg Percocet and the pharmacy I usually go to does not have what I've been taking, so now I only have the choice of Rhodes or Endo, and that is it. Thanks for any help in this matter. Take care. ## I wanted to add that I tried the Rhodes 7.5 and they did not seem to work as well as what I've been taking. So, that leaves only the, Endos. I cannot remember if they're suppose to work all that well or not so I need your help. Rhodes and Endos are the Only two choices I have, as they're the only one's the pharmacy's near me have. I'd appreciate any input you have on these two Mfg.s very much. I see my pain docto...

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Getting Prescriptions From 2 Different Doctors For Pain Meds But There Are Conditions

Well I just really need to know if what I am doing is considered doctor shopping. I fell at at department store and injured my knee. Now I have to go to the doctor the lawyer sent me to. He prescribes pain meds for me but the only thing he can treat is my knee. I started having back problems. My primary care doctor sent me to a different doctor and he also gives me meds. But the pharmacy said they would call the doctors and tell on me. So I went and ahead and told the doctors myself so that it would not look as bad. What do you think will happen to me? The pharmacy refused to give me back my prescription. Can they do that? ## Yes, when you are getting medications from more than one doctor, regardless of the condition, that is the very definition of doctor shopping. Logically, if one doc...

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Rhodes Pharmaceuticals Percocet

I have been taking 10/325 for years and my pharmacy filled this one with Rhodes pharmaceutical product. I have been taking now for 3 days. I have been sick to my stomach, neck, and jaw pain and it does not relief the pain it is prescribed for. Why could this be? ## Neck and jaw pain can be an indication of serious heart problems. Please do not ignore these symptoms. ## Hi Susan, According to NIH, "severe stomach pain" is listed as a side effect of Acetaminophen; whereas they recommend contacting your doctor immediately. [Note: nausea and vomiting are also on the same list] - Just mentioning this in case it's attributing to your "sick to the stomach" feeling... As far as the neck & jaw pain is concerned, I haven't found any specific details suggesting that it...

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Percocet alternatives and best rated generics

Knowing that generic pharmaceutical manufacturers can vary principle ingredient(s) by as much as -20% (i.e. minus 20%), I am attempting to find a generic producer of Percocet that has proven to be beneficial for others in situations like or similar to mine. As a result of a hard fall, I sustained an injury called spondylolethesis (i.e. shifting vertebrae) from L4, L5, & S1. Corrective surgery was required involving a ventral incision below navel and two dorsal incisions on either side of lumbar spine in order to install the appropriate orthopedic spine hardware (e.g. screws, rods, posts, etc.). Six days after hospital release (12 days post-op) had to return to hospital ER due to incision inflammation and increased pain. Morphine was substituted for Percocet. Knowing their are a good...

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is this pill a percocet

small round pill with watson 364 on one side and number 75 on one side. is this a percocet 7.5? ## THE PILL YOU DESCRIBED IS NOT PERCOCET AS I HAVE TAKEN OXCODONE/PERCOCET made FROM VARIOUS COMPANIES and THE PILLS CAN BE ROUND or OBLONG BUT ARE MUCH LARGER THAN WHAT YOU DESCRIBE...I WOULD GO TO ANY DRUGSTORE and ASK THE PHARMACIST or LOOK IN A PILL BOOK which ARE ALWAYS NEAR THE PHARAMCY COUNTER. GOOD LUCK but YOU DO NOT HAVE PERCOCET!! ## Watson Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 7.5mgs of Clorazepate. NDC: 00591-0364 It is a benzodiazepine which is most commonly used to treat anxiety, and nervous disorders. It carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, and mood changes. It is not commonly used, anymore. Is there anyth...

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Which Pharmacies Carry Yellow Percocet 10

Does anyone know of a pharmacy that carries the yellow 10-325 percocets? They work a lot better for me than the white ones but i havent had much luck finding them. ## No one is really going to be able to answer your question, without having at least a general idea of where you are located. Most websites, including this one, are accessible from almost any country in the world, so if someone from Pakistan knows a pharmacy that carries them, this will likely not help you, if you are in the U.S. In addition, you may also want to provide more information, such as the markings on the tablet or the manufacturer, since the colors do not actually mean anything. Can you please post back with more information? ## I live in Bronx New York I'm trying to find a pharmacy that carries the 10/325 Pe...

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Demand that chronic pain sufferers get their pain medication now!

Hi, I just started a petition on Care2: Demand that chronic pain sufferers get their medications now!!. I'm hoping that if enough people sign my petition, we can make a difference. Right now I've got 10 signatures " will you help me collect more by adding your name, and then sharing it with others? Here's a link to the petition: thepetitionsite.com/356/711/114/demand-that-chronic-pain-suffers-get-their-medications-now/?z00m=21004080 If there's anyone you know who might be able to help me spread the word, please let me know. Thanks so much -- I really appreciate your help! ## Hi valerie, Thank you for taking the time out to start a petition about this. For those who don't understand the battle that chronic pain sufferers are going through, there's a lot that h...

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White oblong pill 5

I was given a white oblong pill with just a 5 on it. I was told it was an opioid. A percocet 10 mg. It's driving me mad that I can't figure this out!! Someone please help. ## Jay, a 5 denotes 5mg, not 10 mg. At least with any pain meds I know. Just saying.

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alvogen percocet 7.5 325 needs to be recalled

I have been taking generic Watson for two torn meniscus surgeries including taking the brand. After getting this latest prescription filled by ALEVGON there is a serious problem with the medication. I consulted both of my nephews who are chief pharmacists at top philadelphia hospitals and they both explained that not only the binders different but there is a sliding scale that each generic company can use which takes the narcotic pain reliever as far down as 85 percent! With that said in addition to the first pill taken i became violently ill, throwing up and dizzy! Believe me no matter what anyone says just ask a pharmacist and he will be very clear on this and other manufactures which included Mallenkorpt which was recalled last year pulling the same crap. I emailed the manufactor thi...

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Generic percocet 10/325 by Mallinkrodt bad side effects

My pharmacy switched to Mallinkrodt generic percocet 10/325. After 3 months of taking them my wrists are stiff; my outer side of hands, pinky & ring fingers have gone totally numb! Also, little to NO pain relief, withdrawal symptoms ie; like the flu, exhaustion, episodic sweating, nausea...as if I’m taking a fake pill! I’ve been a legit CP PATIENT for 20 years; never a problem. Last 2 yrs every generic percocet has very odd side effects. My whole life & persona has drastically changed. Hard to function. What has obviously been added/subtracted, changed in the formulations? Is anyone else experiencing this or am I losing my mind? Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer me some advice &/or facts. ## Regarding the numbness, you should really have that checked out ...

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Percocet pill with blue specks

Why have the blue specks in Percocet been added? When wet my tongue turned bright blue... ## I'm sorry, but I don't have any listings of a Percocet that matches this description. Can you please post back with more details? What are the markings on the tablet? The FDA warns that Percocet carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Are you sure it isn't Vicodin, or Lortab, which contains Hydrocodone with Acetaminophen? There is a tablet that contains those ingredients that has blue specks in it. Can you please double check and post back? Thank you! ## It is a white tablet scored and other side has the t192. Prescription bottle says oxycodone/acetaminophen 5-325mg tablet. Also says mpg ca...

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Doctors who will prescribe heavy pain meds in Louisiana

I’m in Lake Charles and my Doctor stopped my Percocet 10/325 mainly because I was complaining about it no longer working. Different manufacturers & fillers I believe. Anyway I’m currently on SSI Disability for my chronic pain and since stopping the Oxycodone last August I’ve had no quality of life. I can’t sleep well because of pain and can’t wait even do Daily living activities. New Doctor just kept pushing Gabapentin and different antidepressants, plus I’ve tried Lyrica & Cymbalta with horrible side effects from all. They’re trying to make me crazy. I don't even care if it’s Oxycodone. I’d rather have something that’s extended release. I’m in Lake Charles if anyone knows who may help me close by and not judg...

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percocet vs norco

I'm taking percocet 10/650mg. I have (DDD), (Athritis), and the list goes on. I have a friend on Norco. Can you tell me what the difference is between them and the highest mg the norco comes in? THANK YOU SO MUCH! ## The Percocet is way better then the Norco, and the reason is because Percocet contains Oxycodone and Norco contains Hydrocodone. What im trying to say is Oxycodone is a stronger and longer lasting Opiate then Norco. {Edited for safety} just make sure to watch how much Tylenol/Acetaminophen ur taking, try not to take more 4000 to 5000mgs cause it can damage ur liver. The best Percocet you can get is 10-650 and 10-325 The best Norco you can get is 10-325 or Lorcets which are 10-650 . Hope this helped in anyway at all and fell free to ask me any questions u have about Pers...

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white oblong pill L484

The pill is white oblong and has L484 on it. Is it percocet? ## White oblong pill with L484 on one side. I was told it was percocets but not really sure. Please help ## Hi Liz, I believe I have identified your pill as 500 mg of Acetaminophen manufactured by Kroger with a National Drug Code of 30142-0484. Acetaminophen (Paracetamol) is classified as a mild analgesic. It is commonly used for the relief of headaches and other minor aches and pains and is a major ingredient in numerous cold and flu remedies. In combination with opioid analgesics, paracetamol can also be used in the management of more severe pain such as post-surgical pain and providing palliative care in advanced cancer patients. Though acetaminophen is used to treat inflammatory pain, it is not generally classified as an N...

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percocet blue pill alv 196

Does it have less Tylenol than other brands and are they just as strong as other brands? ## Hello, Chazzy! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Alvogen and they list it as containing 325mgs of Acetaminophen/Tylenol and 5mgs of Oxycodone. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. I still have several left from the time I had a kidney stone and they worked great for me. Is there anything else I can help with? ## This blue percocet seems to me like it has some type of stuff in it that causes it to gel. Anyone else get that? Also leaves a extra bad taste in my mouth. ## Hi I'm a RN. Pharmaceutical companies started making opi...

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tcl 370 Percocet or Excedrin

Getting contradicting info. White oblong TCL 370. One site says Percocet one site says Excedrin. ## TCL 370, white oblong tablet is Acetaminophen 250 mg/Aspirin 250 mg/Caffeine 65 mg. ## Not sure why someone down-voted this person's post. It is the correct information. I have these and yes, the oblong white tablet with TCL 370 on one side is a generic form of Excedrin consisting of; 250mg of Acetaminophen, plus 250mg of Aspirin plus 65mg Caffeine. Over the counter headache meds. ## I is an excedrin, but excedrin works better on pain than percocet

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T 154 yellow oval pill

Has anyone taken the yellow oblong/oval T 154 pill? I have been on Percocets for over 5 years and have never seen this pill. Can anyone help me? ## Is the marking possibly T 194? Can you please double check and post back? If so, it is manufactured by Camber Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, which is a generic for Percocet. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, and headache. (NDC code: 31722-0194) This medication is most commonly used to treat moderate to severe pain, and requires a doctor's prescription. Does this match your normal dosing? ## Here is my question. I take these t194 four times a day for many ...

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