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percett 229 an 4827
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Is there a difference in vicidon peach 229 and yellow 4827 ## Hello, Karol! How are you? To clarify and avoid confusion for others that may read this post, I'd like to note that Percocet and Vicodin aren't the same thing. Percocet contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone, while Vicodin contains Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen. The FDA lists these medications as being narcotic analgesics, so they have the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. That said, the two pills that you've listed both contain 7.5mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, but they've been manufactured by different companies. The one with the 229 marking is made by Alvogen Inc. and the one with the 4827 V has been manu... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Thu, Mar 31 '16, 2:31 PM
Taste like vinigar
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Round white pills no markings on either side has a vinegar taste to it, does percett come without markings?i was told they are percett but I took one and feels like nothing how can I tell? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Jul 31 '15, 4:04 PM
Nine years of parkinsons disease maybe?
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I am a 51 old male i was diagnosed with pd 9 years ago .I HAD 2 DISC FUSED IN my neck 2 years ago,it was so bad the doctor said i should be paralyzed after looking at the x ray an and mirapex fo these 9 years what shall i do concerned persons.2 Doctors told me ihave pd symptoms but i dont have pd .The disc have created the same effect as pd. In the 9 yeaars i have progressed about 20 percett.Ive been takinging sinemet ## Hi kevin, Sorry to hear about your situation. I can certainly understand your concern since there's not a whole lot one can do to escape the side effects of a fused disc. However, you may want to consider approaching a physical therapist about various types of stretching and/or yoga exercises that you can do at home in order to help keep things in proper alignment w... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirapex.
Fri, Aug 09 '13, 1:10 PM
How Long Does Oxycodone Stay In Your System For Blood Test
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I have been taking oxycodone10mg and oxycottin 5mg for 1year and want to change be put on lortab 10 however they want to take blood test so how long does it take to get out of youre blood if over takeing them do to pain increese and the doc. i have now does not want to raise does or change me to lortabs i take blood test in a week for new doc. then i will have surgery but i need to know asap so i know when to stop taking the oxys take about 10 aday 5 of each one ## i had a drug test today and i was wondering if oxycodone will be in my blood test ? i took one at the beginning of last week and it needs to be in my system. ## How long does percetts stay in your blood? ## It will go all day way 90 days( 3 months). Good luck ## I took a percocet and need to know how long it will take ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Mar 28 '16, 7:44 AM

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