Generic Percocet 10 A333 Not So Bad.

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Sally Says:
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I have seen a lot of negative post about this medicine but it has worked woonders for me with no side effects except for the normal bit of euphoria about 10 minutes after I take them. I have been pain free since I started. Sorry for the people who've had trouble with them. Different strokes for different folks I guess.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sally! Wow! I am very glad that you are working so well for you. You are actually the first person to post and not have a complaint.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Do you have any questions or concerns?

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Jennifer Says:
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Sally? How many are u scripted to take per day?

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Dale Says:

I just started taking the A333 as well and it has worked for me as well. No complaints so far. I have noticed that most of the post that I have been reading are quite old like from 2014 so things may be getting better for this particular brand of generic percocet.
Thanks and hope others will post some more recent postings and not from last year.

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Al Says:

I agree with you that the A333's have worked well for my pain relief as well, and really have no complaints about them at all. I also agree with your comment on the old post's that had the majority of complaints for this particular manufactured brand.

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Donald Says:
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Agreed. I think there must of issues with the A333 originally. I take six a day for my newly repaired bit still very painful herniated disk and disc tares. Never had any negative side effects. The yellow Endocets. Terrible! Made me sick.

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Ken Says:

This a333 pill is no good. Now I'm going to be in pain for 30 days.

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