Activis Percocet A333 Doesnt Work

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ruptured spine Says:
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My cvs just switched from watson manuf for percocet 10 to this actavia oblong pill marked A 333..and it does NOT work as well as the other did. I get very little relief and have to take more...sometimes with NO effect at all. Can someone have these pills tested to see what is actually in them? I suffer from a severe back injury and often bedridden .

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Katie Says:
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I have the same problem wih my perocet the beige ones I got from the pharamacy last month was made from the same company and I had no relief it did nothing for my pain due o cancer backsurgeris bone ain from the cancer I do not like that brand how doI ask for the other brand I was getting please answer anyone.

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David Says:


I'm not entirely sure that patients can ask for a specific brand, mainly because the pharmacy only gives you whatever brand they have in stock at that time.

Just out of curiosity, have you tried looking into any natural alternatives for getting rid of the cancer? I'm familiar with quite a few natural treatment options you can discuss with your doctor if you're interested.

Actavis on the other hand, has had numerous complains about the potency of their medications, and not just this one. I think they really messed up when it came to making some of their business decisions.

The bottom line is that they are more than likely using very cheap ingredients that probably don't become effective at the recommended dose that they give it to you at. This is my assumption anyway after coming across several of these reviews.

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Misty from indiana Says:
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Report to fda and drs let it be known that actavis is not making the meds right ty

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Oxeaseisgone Says:

its very simple ,the government has redesigned the chemical responsible for relieving pain called a abuse deterrent because of the outbreak of people who are addicted ,the pills ALL now have this chemical compound in them and basically dont work like they use to prior to 2014 , all drug companies that manufacture opiate based painkillers BY LAW HAVE TO FOLLOW THIS FORULA

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