Endocet Yellow Pill 10 325 Shortage

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Scott Chapin Says:
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Why can't my pharmacy get the Endocet 10/325?

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Scott! Sorry about the problem that you're having.

By any chance are you on the east coast?

If so, there was a very large distributor that got shut down, so most pharmacies have a backorder on controlled substances, until they can get a new distributor to take over.

Apparently, this distributor was found to be processing much larger amounts of controlled substances than others, which made government agencies suspicious.

Learn more Endocet details here.

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Truth Says:
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Could you please share the possible link to the knowledge of this plant you are speaking of, for all us east coast fellow pain management patients/sufferers. I have no doubt it's true, but would really like to read the information myself online & I know many more would as well, plus my therapist would like to see that as well. I'm a licensed health nutritionalist and I unfortunately have to take generic percoset for the pain. The doctors want me to go on much stronger meds, but I must be able to function & so while it just barely helps on bad days, I tough it out. I recently found a miracle helper that's all natural & acts like any other NSAID, yet it will not hurt the stomach or liver, it's called Nexrutine, it comes in many forms & I won't say names of companies but it's comes from the bark of phellodendren tree, as real aspirin not grocery store stuff that's synthetic but aspirin comes from willow bark, & as for Tylenol or acetaminophen comes from that thick black tar like stuff you see on older wooden electrical & phone poles, so go FDA for making all pain products containing it, to stop allowing it in such greater amounts. I have to say it is getting harder to get scripts filled & that's really sad because there are many people whom need it to function, it use to be in the early 1900's that the people controlled what they took & how, then along comes big brother & the FDA is born to regulate, control, punch, etc.. That of what we the people take, hinse making that of pain medication frowned upon & changing the way society views opiates, when yet in my grandmothers early years, morphine was as abundant as that of aspirin in ones medicine cabinet. The control & all associated w/ it, is what makes it sought after by people, just like prohibition of alcohol it didn't work, as this war on drugs, but I will not open that door. Our bodies are our temples & they are ours, so much for freedom, as I don't see the US as a free country, it's getting to be near communist. Sorry to ramble, I wish you all the best & a pain free tomorrow.

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Bill Says:

I am looking for a pharmacy in the Jackson, Ga area zip 30233 that carries the endocet 10/325 percocets. My normal pharmacy stopped carrying them due to costs and their substitute gives me adverse reactions as well as not giving me the pain relief that I got from the endocets. Anywhere in the 30-40 mile range south of Atlanta would be great if someone knows of a pharmacy that still carries this brand.
Thanks for any help!

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