Otc Drugs That Resemble Percocet 7.5s

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keith Says:

Are there any vitamins or other OTC drugs that may resemble Percocet 7.5mg? I suspect there may have been a mix up from the pharmacy.

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It is very doubtful, since prescription medications are all required to have markings on manufactured tablets, or capsules, to enable their identification in case of emergency. In cases of overdose, or severe allergic reactions, where a person might be unresponsive, the markings enable emergency responders to be sure what the person took, so they can provide the best possible treatments.

That said, what are the markings on the tablets you've received? Can you please post back with this information, and a description of the tablets?

These details would enable someone to check the identification for you to ascertain whether or not you have received the correct medication.

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

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