Percocet Withdrawal Or Tolerance To Durg

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Bubbles Says:

I'm hoping someone understands what is going on with me. I have chronic pain from fibromyalgia. I've been on Percocet for a year. Approx. 2 1/2 hours after I take a pill, my pain starts to return. Am I building up a tolerance to the dosage I'm on or could this be withdrawal symptoms? I'm on 5/325mg 3X per day. How many hours after your last pill can you develop withdrawal symptoms?

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Cats68 Says:
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Hi Bubbles! If u have been taking it 4 a year, u can develop a tolerance. When I was on pain pills, I needed an increase in dosage a few times, throughout the years. R u taking more than prescribed, sometimes? Then your body would b use 2 the increase, and, would experience some withdrawals.

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Christine Says:
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You need to get off of it, its very dangerous to your liver and kidneys.
Anything sooner than 4 hours you risk death. And im not being overly dramatic. Im a nurse and i see totally healthy people blow out their livers on percocet all the time, from overdosing and/or taking with alcohol.
Coma is the other issue.

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