Percocet Withdrawaling

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anthony Says:
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I have been taking 30 mgs a day of percocet. how long do i have to go through withdrawals in order to take another percocet without withdrawing?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Anthony! How are you?

What are you actually taking? There is no Percocet on the market that contains 30mgs of anything.

Percocet contains Oxycodone and Acetaminophen and is now only available with 10mgs of the Oxycodone and 325mgs of the Acetaminophen.

However, Oxycodone by itself is available in higher doses.

And the real fact of relevance is that there is nothing in either that will cause you to go into withdrawal.

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jen Says:
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I went to detox and have been clean for 18 days my back really hurts if i take a half of a 10/325 will i have w/d tomorrow I use to take up to 8 pills aday

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Christine Says:
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Not true, oxycodone will always have a withdrawal even if taken for a week.

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