Rhodes Pharmaceuticals Percocet (Page 2)

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Susan Says:


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?



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Lildarlin Says:
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Re: Roy (# 12)

It's the combination of Crosprovidone and Providone. There is no reason both should be in there. The same with Camber. That's why I couldn't take Rhodes and now Camber. Same ingredients. It's way too much FORMALDEHYDE we are taking in our bodies. The crosprovidone needs to be removed before someone gets seriously ill as I feel I'm headed there

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MeJane Says:
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Re: Roy (# 12)

I’ve been ill for months trying to figure this out being in pain mgmt for years never a reaction til this past year. All same as you & everyone posting. All of your symptoms match mine. I discovered that Povidone & crospovidone fillers, binders in generic percocet brands are actually fermaldehyde as I’ve been doing lotsa research for a few months now to figure this out. These are new fillers that have been added. We are being poisoned.

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Sam Says:
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The worst side effect of Oxycodone w/Acet (Percocet) 10/325 is the 325 mgs of Tylenol, which causes liver and kidney damage in long term use, hence the extreme stomach pain. Get off of it asap. Google “side effects of Tylenol” and you will see that It is life threatening over time.

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Tookie Says:
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Re: K lip (# 4)

Yes I have had projectile vomiting, constant diarrhea, fever,headache, body aches,does not relieve pain. Constant nausea, stomach pains! My pharmacy switched to Rhodes around February 6th I never had any problem with the previous brand.

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Nicole Says:

Re: RONALD (# 7)

I live in Rhode Island and Rhodes is the only brand that CVS is carrying at the moment. Rhodes made me feel out of it with no pain relief. Walgreens and Rite Aid are only carrying Camber. They say that they can not order anything else. Whatever you do, steer clear of Camber!!!! The side effects I got from that were severe and intolerable. I felt so weak that I could barely stand. Body aches (withdrawals?) Severe nausea and vomiting that did not respond to Zofran. Zero pain relief. I call the pharmacy now before bringing my script in to find out what brand they have. Have been using Walmart for the past 2months. They carry Mallinkrodt and I have not had any side effects from that. Also, try a Mom and Pop pharmacy. They will most likely order what you need.

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Emily Says:
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Wondering what ingredients are in this Rhodes Percocet? Never used this brand. Makes my lips tingle and cheeks flushed. I have been on a different brand for 3 years, was out of my brand and used Rhodes 10/325 Percocet.

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Roy Says:

Hi Emily - here are some details which I've taken from message # 2 in this thread:

Inactive Ingredients:

- Silicon Dioxide
- Magnesium Stearate
- Povidone K30
- Crospovidone
- Corn Starch
- Stearic Acid
- Water

Rhodes Pharmaceuticals:
Oxycodone 10mg / Acetaminophen 325 mg
NDC 42858-104

Round White Pills:
R | P one side, 10 over 325 other side

I hope this helps!

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Emily Says:
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Re: Emily (# 26)

I think I got used to them. Not as strong the pain clinic issues my prescription every 28 days. So when I take my Endocet script in they never have it have to wait 3 days cause they order on Friday. I call them ahead of time. I think there giving me a hard time because it’s now from pain clinic and not my family DR. He stopped writing out pain meds. I’ve been there 3 yrs at cvs. Now they look at me different. I can’t help it I have pain. I’m going to have to take less until I can get my endocet. I have them write out script for endocet. Maybe that’s why? They have to order them. And they can’t give me Rhodes

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MeJane Says:
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Re: David (# 2)

There must be a new additive. Drastic change in side effects I share as well SUDDENLY after years of taking Percocet that I finally after years of failed surgeries etc put on that has made my life tolerable to live a balanced life. No way could this be coincidental as to so many in pain mgmt for years taking same med suddenly experiencing horrible side effects as I have read on this site. Something is terribly wrong.

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Lildarlin Says:
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Re: Larry (# 1)

I had the same while taking those for my chronic pain. the symptoms were very scary. just as u described. never again. something is seriously wrong in that medication.

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Re: Nicole (# 20)

I was just raised on my dosage to 10/325 and found out that Hyvee carries Mallinkrodt brand ~ the only one my regular pharmacy can get is Purdue, which I can’t find any info on. I had been taking the Mallinkrodt in the 5/325 with okay results. Well guess what??!! Not so for the 10/325 Mallinkrodt! I have been extremely ill since taking it 2 1/2 weeks ago, plus NO pain relief. Symptoms are really bad upset stomach, nausea, extremely fatigued, headache, hard to urinate and just a general all over feeling of being sick ~ like the flu. So even different doses can make a huge difference. Hyvee said they can order Endocet brand if the doctor specifically puts it on the prescription (as medically necessary). That is the only brand that seems to be the best in most people’s opinions and trust me, I have done lots of homework searching all the drug forums and other sources for as much info as I can get. This time I think I will have my doctor prescribe for just one week to make sure they work for me. I can’t go a month being extremely ill anymore and not knowing if any permanent harm has been done to my body. It seems from everything I’ve read that most of the problems are happening in the 7/325 and 10/325 dosages. I had the same problem with the 7/325’s six months ago when my pharmacy switched brands on me without telling me. The new brand was AMNEAL and they also made me extremely ill. This is all so frustrating as we, the patient, shouldn’t have to do investigative work until we find the right generic brand. I think it’s criminal on the part of generic pharmaceuticals to make people ill, plus still have to deal with no pain relief. I found out that I have to be my own advocate as no one else will be. So wrong!!

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jeeperscreepers Says:

Re: Nicole (# 20)

I hear ya. I've been on 10/500 for years, then the 10/325s. Always liked Mallinckrodt the best but insurance wants to be cheap so Walmart's Rhodes was it. Now with the opioid crisis those of us that depend on our meds are suffering because the illegal users and dope heads overdosing are causing us more pain and unable to buy or get our brands, and the govt is not helping. I feel your pain now. We need a movement.

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Bamablues Says:
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Re: Larry (# 1)

I realize this is an old post but the info could help someone down the line. I am an RN. As Larry said, neck and jaw pain accompanied with nausea could very well be symptoms of a heart attack or stroke. Please don’t down play these symptoms, go get checked at your ER. If it isn’t either that’s wonderful as those symptoms could be other things, but NEVER take that chance. Way to look out Larry!

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Tookie Says:
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Re: Tookie (# 24)

Rhodes medication is carried by all pharmacies: it is a terrible drug that causes terrible side effects. The pharmacies carry it because it's cheaper! Pharmacies today have no regard for the patient!

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MeJane Says:
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Re: Tookie (# 34)

I really think & know by trying different brand generics this past year that all generics of percocet have definately been altered/changed in formulas & horrible fillers. All these years taking this med as a managed chronic pain patient NEVER have I experienced any bad side effect til this “crisis”... In fact I feel something has been removed eliminating the energy & positive feeling factor.

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Scott Says:
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Because most pain relief generics are junk.The only good ones are made by Mallinckrodt. Been on them for years (strength 10-325). My pharmacists know for sure if the Boss won't order the Mallinckrodt I'll pay the piper and pay $63.00 for a month's supply of brand name PERCOCET.

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Sue Says:
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Re: K lip (# 4)

How r Roades oxycodone 10mg with Tylenol. I am looking for generic Percocet that works. Any feedback is appreciated. Sue

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MeJane Says:
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Re: Sue (# 37)

I've read bad reviews on Rhodes 10/325. It's sad cuz it seems all generic percocet formulations have been modified for the worst. So many of us now on this site w/ the same issues that it cant be a coincidence in tolerance, etc issues. I take alvogen now which I'm stuck with. I'm trying to get Mallinkrodt generic which is white with no dyes & has good reviews but cant find a pharmacy that carries it or will order. Hope this helped a little. Godspeed! We must fight this victimization together & be heard!

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Emily Says:
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Re: Sue (# 37)

I have endocet brand of Percocet 10/325. They work the best. Always consistent. I have the dr write endocet. It’s a generic but it works wonders. Have tried many different ones. If it says endocet they have to fill it.

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MeJane Says:
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Re: Emily (# 39)

Yes Endocet is the most consistent. My Dr has written that for me every month medically necessary as well. However not one pharmacy can order it for me saying it is unavailable!! Its unbelievable the run around Ive lived as well this past year or so. Ive been a chronic pain patient for 15yrs & have never experienced such hell every month. I have no choice but to settle w/ horrible side effects from these new generic low quality pills. There's been a definite change in formulation to silently detox &/or slowly (hate to say) kill us. God bless us all innocently victimized by this. Our lives were fine until now as our lifeline that took us years of trials, failed surgeries, etc to receive this med has been taken away from us.

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