7 Answers - Posted in: percocet, pain, oxycodone, health insurance, health - Answer: The reason both drugs are packaged together is that they.
I have taken both. They seem the same as far as pain relief goes. I would definiy ask the doctor for the straight oxycodone, especially since you have to pay so much more for the Percocet. It is also much better healthwise. You don't need the added Tylenol because it doesn't help and it's bad for your liver!
I would go with the straight oxycodone as there really isn't much of a difference having that small amount of tylenol in it and if you feel you need the tylenol just go buy some generic tylenol.
1 Answer (question resolved) - Posted in: percocet, oxycodone - Answer: oxycodone is the active ingredient in percocet the reason that.
many times the brand name is preferred and considered better quality by users.
4 answers • 23 Aug 2014.
Whats the difference between yellow school buses and a round pink pill that says k 56 oxycodine.
same reason they pay twice as much for any name brand instead of a no frills generic... they really believe the quality is much better. In some cases it is,most of the time its the same with a different wrapper.
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Everyone I have ever talked to says they are the same thing..
PERCOCET (Acetaminophen,Oxycodone) drug information & product resources from MPR including dosage information, educational materials, & patient.
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Company: Endo Pharmaceuticals. Generic Name and Formulations: Oxycodone HCl, acetaminophen; 2.5mg/325mg, 5mg/325mg, 7.5mg/325mg, 10mg/325mg; tabs.
5mg/325mg, 7.5mg/325mg, 10mg/325mg: 1 tab every 6hrs as needed. 2.5mg/325mg: 1–2 tabs every 6hrs as needed. Max 4g acetaminophen/day. Not recommended.
Tabs—100, 500. Lightheadedness, dizziness, sedation, nausea, vomiting, euphoria, dysphoria, constipation, urinary retention, rash; overdosage: respiratory depression, hepatotoxicity.
Opioid + analgesic. Potentiation with alcohol, other CNS depressants, MAOIs, tricyclic antidepressants, anticholinergics.
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Drug abusers. GI or GU obstruction. Debilitated. Elderly. Nursing mothers. Severe pulmonary, renal, hepatic, thyroid, or adrenocortical dysfunction. Acute abdominal conditions. Pregnancy (Cat.C). Labor & delivery. Increased intracranial pressure. Asthma. Head injury.
Moderate to moderay severe pain.
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I was taking percocet 7.5/325 and now I'm on oxycodone 5mg. I feel compley different with the pure oxy I don't feel like I get as much energy.