Why Do Watson Percocet Work Better Than Alvogen?

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Josh Says:


Ive been on 10mg percocet for herniated and buldging discs in my lower back and neck, for about 8months now. I had always got watson pills up until 2 months ago, and these yellow ones do not seem to work as good. They tend to wear off alot faster, and dont seem to help as much when they do first kick in. Is there any different ingredients in the too manufactures' pills or a reason one companys would work better being as they are exactly the same mg?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Josh! How are you?

The first question I need to ask is what have you been taking?

If you've been taking Percocet, then there should be 2 doses for you to list, since it contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone. I can provide you with more accurate information, if I know for sure what we're talking about.

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