What Does A Brand Name Percocet 10/325 Look Like

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summer Says:

I have been taking this for a few months , just got increased from 7.5 / 325 the first two months was great they were white oblong with the imprint 10 / 325 on it ! I got filled last week and its yellow oblong with 4829 on it with a squiggly line on the other side and it does nothing at all , very frustrated , they say they have the same ingredients, I argued with the pharmacy , unless you take it , you don't understand how important it is to get the quality ones. If I ask the doctor to write brand name only what should it look like , or should I just ask to see them before I fill ? The pharmacist told me i could , but it doesn't look good ! At this point I don't care how it looks I am the one suffering !!! Any suggestions

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Warren Says:
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Hi, it is possible for you to split the pills with a pill splitter you can get at a local pharmacy no scoring needed. Make sure you run this by your doctor so they are aware of what you are doing. It is also possible to get the 5 mg/325 Percocet that way you don't need to split pills. Keep in mind when you split a Percocet you lose half of the Tylenol as well which is very well coordinated for the two drugs to work better in concert. Just something to keep in mind. Best of luck.

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David Says:

Hi summer,

Sorry to hear about your experience with those ineffective percocets. In my opinion you have every right to be frustrated. This sort of thing has been happening to patients all around the world who know and feel the difference between various brands of the same medications and how they truly affect them. As far as what one should do to guard against the unknown, I would encourage you to ask the pharmacist to show you the pills before purchasing them. This way you can at least know (from present or past experience) which one's to actively avoid even if it means having to drive to several different pharmacies in the process. The other idea of asking your doctor to write only brand name from a specific manufacturer is a good one as well. And although I can't provide a visual on the physical properties of every percocet tablet, I do believe your doctor can help point you in the right direction if he/she clearly understands your position on the matter.

Take care and be well!

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Copperblue Says:
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My new pharmacy acted offended when I told them that their generic Klonopin wasn't as effective as others. I gave the new kind a month and it simply didn't relieve my neurological disorder and anxiety problem. I switched back to my former type and feel much better. After 30 years on the same medication, I feel I'd notice a difference.

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bubblewrap Says:

Whatever you decide to do...PLEASE DO NOT GET THE CAMBER MFR ON ANYTHING! I think it's a placebo with terrible nausea and massive headaches! This is NOT PAIN MEDICATION> Check on the mfr before they ring you up at the register!!!

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