Percocet Or Oxycodone (Thread 185050)

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oxycodone Says:


i nomally take (2) oxycod/apap =percocet up to 6 a day my question is can i take oxycodone if i have ran out of my percocet?



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Verwon Says:

If you are running out early, then you really need to consult with your doctor, your dosage may need to be adjusted.

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Diane Says:

To my knowledge percocet and oxycodone are the same exact drug, one is just the generic name.

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Verwon Says:

No - Percocet contains both Acetaminophen and Oxycodone.

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KIMILUV Says:

what is the difference btween percocet n roxicodone30mg? my dr. just switched me n he told me roxicodone wuz just perc without tylenol ?????can someone help

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Verwon Says:

Your doctor is correct, Roxicodone just contains the narcotic Oxycodone in a regular release formulation and Percocet contains Oxycodone and Acetaminophen.

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newf Says:

I have been taking percocet for chronic pain for 7 years.
I worry about the Acetaminophen and the liver damage it can cause.
Can someone tell me if there is any further benefit by using the mix in percocet for pain as opposed to oxycodone?

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Verwon Says:

The Acetaminophen can help with swelling and inflammation. Please speak to your doctor about your concerns.

Does anyone have experience using this medication or switching?

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loulo Says:
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They are both the same thing I've been on them for the past 10 years there's no different

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