White Round Pill Percocet 1i0 325 Rp

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v lynn Says:
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I I have always used the white oblong 10 perc and now I'm taking the 10 but it's a round pill and it is not as strong, I feel as if I'm taking tylenol3. I have tried the 10 and 7.5 and for 3 months I have kept a headache, nausea, and itching. on both strengths. with all these rules I am stuck with 90 and because of the headaches I'm using more. due to no change in pain
I use it because I have sjorgens and sle lupus and a migraine on top of that I do not need. I'm scared to try another pharmacy, don't wanna look like a drug seeker , I'm just looking for pain relief, compared to the brand I was on, it was the company that bought watson. what do I do ? am I having side effects do to the new generic ? I'm so confused and sick of being sick..thanx

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Verwon Says:

Given the itching, it would be best to consult your doctor, because that might be due to an allergic reaction to this medication, and if that is the case, you will likely have to switch to a different medication, because such issues tend to get worse with repeated exposure.

The headache and nausea, however, are listed as typical side effects, according to FDA reports. You may also experience dizziness, dry mouth, and constipation.

It is always possible to suddenly develop an allergy, because our bodies change with time.

Have you informed your doctor, yet?

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Kimberly Bryant Says:
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I too have always used the oval yellow percs,however, in MO l was given hydros 10 325. They called them Norcos. They were oval and bright yellow. Once my pharmacy filled my script and they were oblong and white. They gave me the jitters and did nothing for the pain. When it came time to refill again l called my pharmacist and said while l had enjoyed being a customer l could not tolerate the whie pills and that l would be going elswhere. I had made a few calls and found that walgreens carried the brand l needed. My pharmacist begged me to stay with them and told me they had tried a new drug company but assured me l would have the pills that worked be for me. I never had another problem. So do not be afraid to ask for what works best for you. Remember pharmacy's are a dime a dozen qnd they want to keep u have happyKim

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styler Says:
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Styler here just wanted you to know it's not as good as the oblong shape Percocets and you can use another pharmacist because I've done it myself because of them changing the kind they carry so this is not a problem unless you've done it very often good luck

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Poohsy Says:
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You can change pharmacies as long as you tell your pain management doctor that you've done so. You can also have them write two sentences written or d a w which would mean that they can't fill them as generics which may be what they're doing and there may be a compound in them that you may be allergic to which would cause your itching. It may not be the drug itself being Percocet but the compound that they need company that the generic brand is using.

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Angie Says:
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From now on just have your doctor specify on the prescription the name of the generic you wish... for instance endocet is a generic percocet with 10 mg oxycodone and 325 mg acetominophen so your doc would specifically write Endocet (Do not substitute)... hope this helps.

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