What Is The Diffrence Between Oxycodine 5 325mg And 75 325 Mg

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what is the diffrence between oxycodine 5 325 mg and 7.5 325mg



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reb Says:

the oxycodone 5 means there is 5 mg. of oxycodone and 325 mg. of acetaminophine, with the 7.5 its 7.5 mg. of oxycodone and 325 mg. of acetaminophine

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Verwon Says:

Reb is correct. The difference is in the amount of Oxycodone in each tablet, one has 5mgs and the other 7.5mgs, but they both contain 325mgs of Acetaminophen. This is a narcotic pain reliever.

Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, dry mouth and constipation.



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mar mar Says:

what is the difference between endocet and oxycontin??
I thought oxy was different(stronger), but was told they are the same.


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mar mar Says:

I don't understand..my daughter is prescribed 3--80mg oxycontin every day AND 2--10/325 percocet every 4 to 6 hours daily. If they are the same why would they give her both?

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