Alvogen Is There Another Brand If This One Doesn't Work

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bumbles4 Says:


I just received the 7.5/325mg yesterday, I have been reading the reviews and I am very concern. I have always taken the 7.5/325mg. by the brand Watson. I have been on disability since 1994. I don't know what to do if it doesn't work and this is the only type availability. Why would a pharmacy have a contract with this company? I have chronic back pain plus I have other medical problems, If this pill doesn't work and I have other side affects, is there any other Percocet that I could use?



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Verwon Says:

Pharmacy distributors will have a contract with whatever generic manufacturer is offering the cheapest price, since not everyone has prescription coverage. It is permissible, as long as the given generic has been approved by the FDA.

Not everyone has a problem with this product from Alvogen, we are all different, so it can vary from person to person.

As to other brands you can try, that depends on what others are available at your pharmacy, or other pharmacies in your area. Though, once filled, you are stuck with that fill, it cannot be replaced, unless your doctor adjusts your prescription.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation.

Have you tried taking it, yet?

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