Can One Take Oxycodone And Meloxicam Together

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Anthony Says:
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I’ve been prescribed Percocet and was told I could take Advil (I imagine any type of ibuprofen) or Alieve to help boost the pain relief. Will I get the same by using Percocet in conjunction with Meloxicam or what would be the best way to boost it?? Other wise I might double up on the Percocet, which I really don’t want to do.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Anthony! How are you doing?

Have you tried just taking the Percocet by itself? What dosage have you been prescribed?

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

Did your doctor tell you to take another medication with it? Percocet contains Oxycodone, and Acetaminophen, the latter of which boosts it, so usually another medication isn't required.

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Anthony Says:
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I’m doing pretty good. Soreness of 3 root canals and 5 pulled teeth in less than 18 hours is finally subsiding. The initial pain was unbearable but way more manageable with the Percocet. I have since learned a few things. Firstly that I need to take the Percocet with food to get the most benefit as I was always getting nauseated otherwise. No fun at all ??. I’m not sure how anyone could get addict to opiate meds. Just never got any more of a feeling other than the pain reduction so that’s a good thing. Secondly, after I posted my question, I saw the dentist the next day for the extractions and got a little more clarification as to what they meant as to how to boost it. I thought they meant to take Advil, Alieve or another drug, except acetaminophen as it would conflict with that in the Percocet, at the same time as taking the Percocet but what they meant was to alternate taking the drugs to keep a consistent level of pain control. Something like Percocet at 8 am, Advil or ?? at noon, Percocet at 4 pm, Advil at 8 pm....

I appreciate your follow up. Thank you so much.

Hope all is well with you.

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