Oxycodone Acetaminophen 10 325 (Thread 258820)

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spider Says:


have been on oxycodone 10/325 for over three years 6 per day doc wants to change what would be comparable since my body is dependant on that dose



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Spider! How are you?

There are several others that would be comparable, but without knowing more specifics, I can't provide you with any details.

Why does your doctor want you to change your medication? Is it due to the Acetaminophen? If I have this information, I can provide you with more accurate info. Thanks!

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What is a good substitute for percocet 10/325 that doesnt not have Tylenol in it?

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