Is Rhodes Percocet Better Than Amneal

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Mr Bad Back Says:
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Hi everybody! I've been on "Amneal" oxycodone HCL 20mg tabs (1 three times daily) for about three years, I just pick my prescription up today and it was "Rhodes" brand oxy's! Is one better than the other? I never felt that "Amneal" ever works that grant in the first place, so I really can't afford to get something that is even LESS affective! Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Verwon Says:

It can vary from person to person. Have you tried it, yet? If so, how is it working for you?

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.

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Babyjgirl2003 Says:
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Rhodes is the best brand of percs there are I think. Amneal is horrid! I had to make a complaint against the company because it caused really BAD itching. I've taken percs for 2 yrs now and never had the "itch" until I took the Amneal brand.

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TNT Says:
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RD Rhodes is a very good generic drug and I'm a firm believer that all generics are different okay now Watson is the best for Norco I like roads personally for Percocet but let me say something about hey amneal it's junk it's almost flat I have taken 3 verses one of the roads and the roads is stronger and works better so there it is my friend your answer I've been on medication for a long time I flew off a cliff on a motorcycle and I've been in a lot of pain and believe me I know what works and what doesn't annealing sucks they should recall them

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